Cockaigne Academy

Cockaigne Academy is the only school in Cockaigne for children between the ages of 11 and 18. There is a companion school, Cockaigne Primary School, for younger children, ages 5 to 11, on a separate campus. Located in England, Cockaigne Academy follows the English education system.

The academy is co-educational, boys and girls, with an equal proportion of both genders, no classes are segregated, except certain sports, general physical education is mixed. All the changing rooms and showers are communal and mixed-sex.

The academy is pioneering two programmes help students become more comfortable with their bodies and sexuality. Details of the programmes can be found here:

The Student Uniform Exception Programme
The Teacher Clothing Exception Programme

 

Meet The Staff

Headteacher: Mr George Price
Firm but fair with the students, success is celebrated but bad behaviour is punished. He is 42 years old, bisexual and currently single. He is devoted to the success of the school and the students.

Coach Bryan Peters
I am head of the physical education department. I hail from the United States and expect nothing but the best from my students. I am proud of what our students have achieved and we have an elite team in swimming and rugby that compete nationally.

Assistant Coach Anderson
A PE teacher who is also a trained sports therapist who can provide treatment for sporting injuries, rehabilitation and support, and give advice on prevention. A tall young man in his early twenties. He has very blond hair, blonde eyebrows and lashes. He shaves all the blond hair from his body, including legs and armpits. His cock is 6″ soft and grows to 9″ hard.

Samuel Johnson
A newly qualified maths teacher who has only recently joined Cockaigne Academy. Reluctantly recruited to the Teacher Clothing Exception Programme but has decided to present himself as naturist to save face with the students. He is mid-twenties with brown hair in a side parting, brown eyes, slight all-over tan, a nice six-pack, neatly trimmed pubes and hung like a horse, at least 7 inches soft.

Brian Clarke
30-year-old handsome English teacher, interested in Samuel Johnson.

Mitch Masters
The school counsellor, husband to Brad and an old friend of Coach Peters from when they lived in the US. He has agreed to take part in the Teacher Clothing Exception Programme

 

Uniform and Equipment

Cockaigne Academy has clear and strict guidelines on dress code, we pride ourselves on high standards and all students are expected to wear the school uniform detailed below. 

In order to ensure consistency of uniform across the school, we would be grateful for your support in purchasing uniform items directly from CS Outfitters.

All items of clothing, including PE kit, should be clearly marked with the students’ full names, preferably by nametape. In the event of a student losing an item, if this is named, we can easily return the item to them. Any unnamed lost property is retained at Student Services until the end of the half-term before being donated to charity. Students should check regularly with Student Services if they have lost an item.

Please ensure your son/daughter has the correct uniform every day. Students’ uniform is checked daily by their Tutors and Year Leaders and sanctions will be implemented for students who persistently wear the incorrect uniform.

Items that are not permitted: Any items that are not permitted will be confiscated and held at Main Reception until a parent/carer can collect the item or returned to the student at the end of the half term. Please contact Main Reception to arrange a convenient time to collect any confiscated items.

  • No jewellery is permitted, except a wristwatch. Smartwatches are not permitted.
  • Nail polish and makeup must not be worn. Students will be asked to remove if worn.

 

Equipment: Students are expected to be fully equipped for all their lessons and are required to purchase the following equipment:

  • Pens: blue and black
  • Pencils
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Coloured pencils
  • Eraser
  • Ruler
  • Protractor
  • Pair of compasses
  • Pocket dictionary (English and French or Spanish)
  • Scientific calculator
  • Headphones

 

Boys Unifrom List
Maroon Blazer with school badge (exclusive design for Cockaigne)
White Shirt buttoned to the neck and with a rigid collar- short-sleeved or long-sleeved
School Tie (with a stripe in the house colour, red, yellow, blue or green)
Plain black cotton school trousers (not trousers made from denim, canvas or lycra)
Plain black belt
Plain black or white socks
Plain white underwear, preferably briefs
Plain black smart shoes or boots (no sports brands are allowed)

Outerwear: Students must wear a practical coat (leather and denim coats, sweatshirts, hooded tops and sports branded jackets are not permitted)
Turbans and Handkerchiefs must be plain black or maroon in colour.
Students must have a practical school bag (pouches are not permitted).
Bags must be big enough to carry a number of A4 size books Students are encouraged to wear a protective luminous jacket and a safety helmet if cycling

Physical Education – Boys
Indoor Uniform
Polo shirt (white with embroidered school badge)
Games shorts or cycling shorts (plain black)
Trainers with non-marking soles ( for health and safety reasons fashion trainers/boots or plimsolls are not permitted)

Outdoor Uniform
Maroon and white school rugby jersey
Games shorts or cycling shorts (plain black)
Games long socks (Black)
The following are optional items: gum shield, plain black tracksuit bottoms, studded boots and shin pads

Additional Requirements
Underwear must not be worn during physical education
Plain white jockstrap
Maroon swim briefs
Plain maroon towel
Showers are compulsory after physical education

 

Girls Uniform List
Black Blazer with school badge (exclusive design for Cockaigne)
White Shirt buttoned to the neck and with a rigid collar – short-sleeved or long-sleeved
School Tie (with a stripe in the house colour)
Plain black skirt of a reasonable length (‘tube’ skirts made from stretchy material are not allowed) or Plain black cotton school trousers (not leggings or trousers made from denim, canvas or lycra)
Plain back belt
Plain black/flesh-coloured tights or plain black or white socks
Where appropriate students are permitted to wear a plain black kamiz or a plain black shalwar (with a school tie), and optional plain hijab
Plain black smart shoes (no sports brands, canvas, high heels or slingbacks are allowed) or plain black smart boots

Outerwear: Students must wear a practical coat (leather and denim coats, sweatshirts, hooded tops and sports branded jackets are not permitted) Black or purple headbands only are permitted, baseball caps are not permitted Students must have a practical school bag (pouches and handbags are not permitted). Bags must be big enough to carry a number of A4 size books Students are encouraged to wear a protective luminous jacket and a safety helmet if cycling

Physical Education – Girls
Indoor Uniform
Polo shirt (Purple with embroidered school badge)
Games shorts or cycling shorts (plain black)
Trainers with non-marking soles (for health and safety reasons fashion trainers/boots or plimsolls are not permitted)

Outdoor Uniform
Maroon and white school games jersey
Games long socks (maroon)
Games shorts or cycling shorts (plain black)
The following are optional items: gum shield, plain black tracksuit bottoms, studded boots and shin pads

Additional Requirements
Underwear must not be worn during physical education
Plain white sports bra
Maroon swimsuit
Plain maroon towel
Showers are compulsory after physical education

 

 

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