Sacriston 2021


Our uniform and personal appearance at Sacriston Academy is a reflection of our school's character. Wearing a uniform creates a sense of unity and pride and we ask that everyone, students, parents and carers, help to ensure that our school dress code is always observed.

Important information about ordering uniform during COVID-19

In this uncertain time, we are working with our uniform supplier, Emblamatic, to make it is easy and safe to order the new school uniform for September 2021. 

You can purchase online at or by emailing your order to

About school uniform

We believe that proper school uniform is important because it:

  • instils pride in our students and the wider community
  • encourages identity with, and support for, our school ethos
  • protects children from social pressures to dress in a particular way
  • nurtures cohesion and promotes good relations between different groups of pupils
  • supports effective teaching and learning.

We would like to thank all parents/carers for their help in maintaining the standard and to ask for support in our continued drive for consistency.

You can purchase the new uniform online at


The uniform will be as follows:

  • Purple V-neck jumper or cardigan
  • School tie
  • White shirt
  • Grey straight legged trousers/knee length grey skirt
  • Plain black/grey socks (boys) or white knee-high socks/grey tights or white ankle socks in the summer (girls)
  • Plain black shoes


  • White t-shirt with Sacriston logo
  • Black shorts or black tracksuit bottoms
  • Training shoes
  • Football boots

Also available to purchase:

  • Sacriston hat
  • Sacriston backpack document case/book bag
  • Sacriston stormproof coat
  • Sacriston fleece


Each of our school blazers save 46 plastic bottles from landfill! Our blazers are made with RE-VIVE fabric - an innovative, eco friendly material produced by Trutex. 

Here’s how it works...

  • Plastic bottles are shredded into ‘flakes’ and heated to make the material workable (known as the depolymerisation process). 
  • The flakes undergo further complex heating processes to form recycled chips which are then put through a special machine to form a fine polyester yarn which can then be woven into a durable fabric.

... and voilá, our school blazers are ready to be worn, helping to save the planet!