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Uniform

Uniform Direct continues to provide and supply our school uniform at its retail outlets: 

Uniform Direct, 333 High Street, Lincoln. Tel 01522 510016
Uniform Direct, Dixon Way, Lincoln. Tel 01522 568865
Uniform Direct, The Pelham Centre, Canwick Road, Lincoln. Tel 01522 569271

Academy uniform is also available from other outlets in Lincoln and the surrounding area. We would advise you to refer to the strict uniform specifications detailed both on this website and within the prospectus before purchase to ensure it complies with our uniform code.

Uniform List

PE uniform from September 2018

From September 2018 there will be new additions to the PE uniform which can be used for both indoor and outdoor sporting activities:

Navy pro running leggings with LSST logo;

Navy slim leg track pant with LSST logo ;

Navy/white bespoke crew neck top with LSST logo;

Navy/purple hoodie with LSST Logo.

A combination of trousers and a top will be part of the compulsory PE uniform from September 2018 for Year 7. These are also available for students in Years 8-11 if they wish to use them. When there are certain events running in the Academy these items can be worn to travel to and from the Academy – students will be notified by staff when such events arise.

Indoor and Outdoor Kit

  • Academy navy blue polo shirt with academy logo.
  • Academy navy blue shorts with purple and white stripe.
  • White ankle socks.
  • Non-marking training shoes.
  • Priory Academy LSST PE Kit is available from Uniform Direct and other suppliers.

Swimming Kit

  • Plain navy blue swimming costume.
  • Plain navy blue swimming shorts (no stripes/no boarding shorts).
  • Plain navy blue or house colour swimming hat (optional).
  • Blue or black goggles.

Outdoor Kit

  • Academy navy blue and purple rugby shirt.
  • Academy navy blue shorts with purple and white stripe.
  • Navy blue football socks.
  • Training shoes or football/rugby boots – depending on the activity.
  • Shin pads and gum shields are highly recommended.
  • Priory Academy LSST PE Kit is available from Uniform Direct and other suppliers.

General comments

  • Students with long hair must tie their hair back so that no part of it will affect their ability to participate safely (including fringes that enter the eye line).
  • All items of jewellery will need to be removed for practical activity.  Please be aware of this when having ears pierced.
  • All items of kit must be clearly labelled.
  • Shin pads and gum shields are highly recommended for football and rugby

GCSE PE, A Level PE and BTEC PE.

  • Academy white polo shirt with academy logo and GCSE PE/A Level PE or BTEC embroidered underneath the logo.
  • Academy navy blue shorts with purple and white stripe.
  • White ankle socks.
  • Non-marking training shoes.

The Priory Academy LSST Sixth Form Dress Code

One of the core values at The Priory Academy LSST is Aspiration. We instil an attitude of hard work and determination in our students and this is reflected in our office dress code. We want to prepare our students for work, present them as role models for lower school and as ambassadors within the wider academy community. 

Parents/carers support their children when they choose to attend The Priory Academy LSST in the full knowledge of what our dress code requires of Sixth Form students. If students fall below our expected standards repeatedly, they may be asked to return home to change.

The student lanyard should be worn at all times for safeguarding those on site.

Students should wear a two piece business suit that can consist of:

  • Jacket and skirt
  • Jacket and dress
  • Jacket and tailored trousers

Where a skirt or dress is worn this should not be of jersey, bodycon or stretch style – skirts and dresses should be smart.

Where a tailored shirt is worn this should be tucked in and worn with a tie.

When a tailored shirt is not worn a smart top should be worn. Tops that are not smart:

  • Sweatshirts
  • Tops with logos
  • Tops that are revealing

Shoes or boots should cover the foot at the front and back.

Hairstyles should be in accordance with smart business dress – any dye should be of a natural colour.

The Academy is responsible for ensuring that jewellery worn does not pose a risk to those on site.  There should be a maximum of three piercings in either ear and there should be no facial piercings. Hooped earrings should be no larger than 2cm in diameter.

If there is any debate about an item of clothing the Head teacher’s decision is final.