At Madeley Academy we believe that smartly dressed students create a positive image of themselves and of the Academy. This in turn can help students obtain employment or a place in further education or training.
A high standard of personal appearance is expected of all students and anyone arriving at school in non-uniform clothing may expect to be sent home to get changed. Fashion garments, hoodies, caps and trainers are not allowed.
In exceptional circumstances, students inappropriately dressed may be provided with the appropriate garment(s) by the school as a temporary measure.
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Available from Baker & Son, 29 New Street, Wellington
Everyone is expected to have a Madeley Academy polo shirt, a pair of Madeley Academy shorts (cycling shorts are not permitted) and a pair of Madeley Academy tracksuit bottoms/leggings as a minimum. Additional items include a skirt, socks and performance top.
MP3 and other personal music players can have a negative effect on student learning, and are a cause of conflict with teachers during lessons. They are therefore banned from the building.
The Academy's advice is that mobile phones should not be brought into the building. The Academy will not take responsibility or investigate any loss or theft. If mobile phones are taken out or used in the building, they may be confiscated and collected at the end of the day from the Academy office. Persistant offenders may result in parents/carers being asked to come into the building to collect phones.
Every student is expected to provide the following basic items of equipment for every lesson:
Tipp-Ex/Liquid Paper is not allowed in the building and should not be used on any coursework. Subject books and portfolios are issued to all students. Any loss or damage to to academy property will be expected to be paid for by students.
Due to Health and Safety regulations, the school must insist upon students following the rules, which are:
Students who wear bracelets and necklaces that constitute a hazard will be asked to remove them. It should also be noted that for some activities students may be requested to remove jewellery for safety reasons.