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Update from our uniform supplier SkoolKit - May 2020
All students will be expected to wear the correct uniform, as this gives the feeling of belonging and we want your child to be really proud of being a student at Oak Lodge School. The uniform policy is designed to make life easier for students and parents in making our expectations clear and easy to follow. We hope this policy will encourage pupils to take pride in their appearance and enhance the image of the school.
Our uniform is as follows:
Black Blazer (Optional)
Green Jumper with logo
Black Jumper with logo (year 11’s only)
School tie (clip on)
Trousers/Smart tailored shorts/skirts – black or grey
Sensible black shoes
White t-shirt with logo
Trainers/plimsolls (MUST be suitable for astro-turf)
Swimming shorts/one-piece costume
Swimming goggles (if required)
PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL ITEMS OF UNIFORM ARE CLEARLY LABELLED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
Parents can purchase blazers, jumpers, ties and t-shirts for PE from Skoolkit either online, or in one of their high street stores. Please see Skoolkit's website here.
All pupils should wear an appropriate coat or jacket to protect against cold and wet weather.
In the interests of health and safety, pupils are not allowed to wear jewellery other than a watch and one pair of stud earrings; jewellery associated with body piercing, other than ear lobes, is strictly prohibited. Jewellery, including sleepers and studs, must be removed for PE even though it can be worn at other times.
Students who have long hair must tie it back during activities where personal safety or hygiene requires this.
All personal belongings should be clearly marked with the owner’s name. Any money should be handed into the class tutor or the school office for safekeeping.
Valuable items such mobile phones and similar items MUST BE HANDED IN TO THE CLASS TUTOR ON ARRIVAL IN THE MORNING AND WILL BE STORED IN A SAFE PLACE. Parents should note that the school cannot accept liability for the loss or damage of personal property. Anything found should be handed into a member of staff or the school office.