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Uniform Information

School Uniform is one way in which a sense of pride and identity is encouraged. We recommend that the school colours of red and grey are worn, and judging from the appearance of children in school, most parents support this philosophy.

 

Items on the uniform list may be purchased from Skoolkit, Basingstoke, any chain store, or hand made.  Logo sweatshirts, polo-shirts and T-Shirts are only available from Skoolkit.

 

Nearly New Uniform Shop
There is a wide range of nearly new uniform available.  Please contact Louise Hanney by email louise@hanneyfamily.net or via the OJSA Facebook page for further details.  Donations of good quality items are always appreciated and can be left at the school office.   Order forms are also available from the school office. 

 

Uniform:

Cherry red sweatshirt or cardigan, white or grey shirt/blouse, grey trousers/skirt (denim jeans not allowed) sensible shoes.  Summer alternative - grey shorts, red/white gingham dress

 

PE Kit

Red Oakley T-shirt, red shadow stripe or cotton sports shorts, red football socks and trainers.  Suitable footwear such as football boots are required for activities on the field especially during the winter months.  PE lessons in the hall are done in bare feet.

 

A swimming costume and towel should be provided during the last half of the summer term.  For healthy and safety reasons, boys are requested to wear proper swimming trunks and not baggy shorts.  Long hair should be secured for PE and swimming lessons.  All jewellery must be removed or covered for PE lessons for safety reasons (no exceptions).

 

PE kit should be stored on your child’s peg in a clearly labelled draw string bag.  Kit should be taken home at the end of each week for washing and brought back in to school after the weekend.    

 

Jewellery and Valuables

The school cannot accept liability for loss or damage to jewellery or valuables and it is best if these items are not brought into school.

 

All uniform should be clearly named.

 

Lost Property

Over a period of a term, we often accumulate a great deal of unlabelled clothing.  You are welcome to come and look for anything which may belong to your child.    However, at the end of each term we have no choice but to clear away and remove articles of clothing which have been left in lost property for some time.  Children will be informed where lost property is stored and it will be displayed at regular intervals.

 

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