The following information sets out the uniform requirements for the academy, and is also outlined in the parent/carer handbook which can be viewed at the bottom of our Policies and Guidance page.
(1) These items must be purchased from our approved supplier, Screens.
Please note the following footwear is not acceptable: sandals, boots, trainers/trainer type shoes or shoes with logos/stripes, or plimsolls. Fashion belts, wide, coloured and/or ornate designer are not allowed, however a slim,
plain black belt with a small, simple buckle can be worn. Buckles should be of a discreet size (no more than 7cm
Please note that students will be expected to borrow items of uniform from the academy should they not be in full uniform.
For serious or persistent concerns or where other strategies have been unsuccessful, students may be taught
separately from their peers or sent home for the infringement to be rectified. Ormiston Denes Academy reserves
the right to determine what constitutes acceptable in regards to student presentation/appearance. Students who
do not follow this guidance may be sent home for the matter to be rectified or taught separately from their peers.
Year 7 – 10
(2)These items must be purchased from our approved supplier, Screens.
(3)These items must be from our approved supplier, Screens. Please note that future availability
will be limited due to the new kit.
Year 11 only (students may either wear the old or the new PE kit):
No jewellery will be allowed to be worn by any student at any time. Any jewellery worn will be confiscated and will be retained by the academy until a nominated adult can collect it. Students who do not meet these expectations will be sanctioned in accordance with the behaviour policy.
Facial and body piercings and extremes of hairstyles including cut and colour are not permitted in the academy.
Make-up should be discreet and in keeping with a student’s appearance. Extreme or excessive make-up is not permitted and any student deemed to be wearing too much make-up will be asked to remove it. Students are not permitted to wear nail varnish or nail extensions. Please also note that clear retainers are not allowed.
Please note: Ormiston Denes Academy makes the final decision as to what is or is not acceptable in all aspects of a student’s appearance. We are happy to provide guidance where necessary, prior to purchase, should you be unsure.
Students will need to bring the following equipment to school and this will be checked on a regular basis:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR YEAR 9 PARENTS/ CARERS – WEDNESDAY 30TH MARCH 2022 Unfortunately, due to high levels of staff absence, we’ve made the reluctant decision to close the school to Year 9 today (Wednesday 30th March). These students can access all lessons on Google Classroom. More info on remote learning can be found at http://www.ormistondenes.co.uk/ […]
We are proud to announce that our very first PRIDE production will be taking place at the academy in April! On Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th April, we are opening our doors at 5.30pm for a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We are requesting a minimum donation of £1.00, with proceeds going to the […]
The Ormiston Academies Trust National Student Voice wanted to find a way that we can all come together to support the innocent people and families affected by the devastating conflict in Ukraine. Therefore, on Wednesday 23rd March, we will be uniting with all other OAT academies and OAT head office for an Ormiston Humanitarian Fundraiser for the Disasters Emergency Committee […]
On Wednesday this week a group of KS3 students rocked out at the Norwich Theatre Royal for the fantastic show, School of Rock! It was our first big trip since the start of the pandemic. Everyone had a brilliant time and students were impeccably behaved, a real credit to the academy. We are looking forward […]
Young Carers Action Day 2022 is about Taking Action on Isolation. We will be working to make sure that young carers get the support and access to services they need to live full and varied lives alongside their caring roles, and supporting any isolation. Young Carers Action Day is an annual event led by Carers […]
NCS will be in school lunchtime tomorrow, 15th March to talk to students about their summer activity programme. They will be located in the entrance hall, so please come along and to find out about this great opportunity taking place in the summer holidays!
The first fundraising day of 2022 is the 18th March 2022! We will be holding a number of events to support different causes on this day. • Comic Relief – a non uniform day for students and staff, with a voluntary donation of £1.00 and to raise much needed support funding for Ukraine. • Bake […]
Congratulations to two of our Year 7s who received a French breakfast and a certificate in assembly today to celebrate their amazing efforts in their weekly MFL vocabulary tests last half term! Out of over 400 students in Key Stage 3, Bradley and Daisy got the highest scores over five weeks. Excellent work!
Our senior leadership team led the way on World Book Day with their Horrible Histories themed outfits! Lots of other staff around the academy made our students smile by dressing up too!
Today is International Mother Language Day and we are so proud of the diversity of languages we have here in our academy!