School Uniform

Oak Lodge Primary School has its own uniform. We believe that besides being practical clothing for school it helps to give children a feeling of identity and pride in their school.  All clothing worn in school should adhere to the school colours. All clothing worn to school should be clearly marked with your child's name.

Most basic items can be bought from chain stores. Those items marked with a * are only available from the school uniform supplier, http://www.yourschooluniform.com or from the school shop which is open on the first Friday of every month in the Acorn Hall.

Click here to download a copy of the Uniform List.

 

Infants (Reception, Years 1 and 2)

 

BOYS

GIRLS

‘Winter’ Uniform

after autumn half term and spring term

Dark green pullover or school sweatshirt*

Dark green cardigan, pullover or school sweatshirt*

Grey tailored trousers

Grey skirt, pinafore or grey tailored trousers

 

Short sleeved aertex shirt*

Short sleeved aertex shirt*

Grey socks

White socks (ankle or knee length)

Grey, green or black tights

Black shoes (no boots or trainers)

Black shoes (no large heels, boots or trainers)

‘Summer’ Uniform summer term and first half of autumn term

Grey tailored trousers

Grey tailored shorts

Green checked or striped dress

Grey skirt or pinafore

 

Short sleeved aertex polo shirt*

Short sleeved aertex polo shirt*

Grey socks

White socks (ankle or knee length)

Black shoes or sensible ‘closed’ sandals

Shoes or sensible ‘closed’ sandals – black or white

 

Juniors (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6)

 

BOYS

GIRLS

‘Winter’ Uniform

after autumn half term and spring term

Dark green pullover or school sweatshirt*

Dark green cardigan, pullover or school sweatshirt*

Grey tailored trousers

Grey skirt, pinafore or grey tailored trousers

 

White shirt

White blouse/shirt

School tie

School tie

Grey socks

White socks (ankle or knee length)

Grey, green or black tights

Black shoes (no boots or trainers)

Black shoes (no large heels, boots or trainers)

‘Summer’ Uniform summer term and first half of autumn term

Grey tailored trousers

Grey tailored shorts

Green checked or striped dress

Grey skirt or pinafore

 

White shirt worn open-necked or short sleeved aertex polo shirt*

White shirt worn open-necked or short sleeved aertex polo shirt*

White blouse/shirt worn open-necked

Grey socks

White socks (ankle or knee length)

Black shoes or sensible ‘closed’ sandals

Shoes or sensible ‘closed’ sandals – black or white

Long hair Long hair must be tied back at all times.

Jewellery No jewellery should be worn in school.  Simple wrist watches are permitted in years 3-6 but are brought to school at the owner's risk. They must be silent and named. If your child does bring a watch to school, please ensure that it is engraved or clearly marked with their name.

We discourage the wearing of earrings in school, however pupils with pierced ears may wear a pair of simple stud earrings. These must be removed prior to school on PE days. (Pupils should have ears pierced in the first week of the summer holidays in order that they can heal before they return to school.)

Rings, bracelets or necklaces must not be worn in school for health and safety reasons unless they are authorised medical alerts.

Art All children will need to provide a painting apron or shirt to wear during art lessons to protect clothing.

Lost Property If uniform is not clearly marked then there is a considerable problem returning items to their owners. Marked items are returned to the owner as soon as possible.  Any unnamed items are given to the school shop for resale or disposed of, if they are unable to be sold.

Mobile phones Mobile phones are not allowed to be used in school. Pupils in years 5 and 6, travelling to and from school independently, may bring a mobile phone to school, but this must be given to the school office during the school day.

Security We do not accept responsibility for items of personal property or money brought to school.