Uniform

The wearing of school uniform ensures that all our children feel they belong to the school community. We seek the full co-operation of all parents in supporting this. Sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts and book bags can be purchased from our school uniform supplier Mapac Group Ltd online at www.mapac.com/ottershaw or you can send an order by post, All items of clothing must be clearly named with permanent pen. School ties for junior pupils are available to purchase from the school office.

To download a copy of our School Uniform Order Form  please click on the link below

 Uniform Order Form

 

Early Years and Key Stage 1 (Infants)
Girls Uniform Boys Uniform
White Polo Shirt or Blouse White polo shirt or formal shirt
purple school v-neck sweatshirt or cardigan purple school v-neck sweatshirt
black skirt, pinafore dress or tailored trousers

 black long or short trousers

white or black socks black socks      
black flat shoes black flat shoes
purple gingham dress  

 

Key Stage 2 (Juniors)
Girls Uniform Boys Uniform
White Shirt, School Tie (no open necked shirts) White Shirt, School Tie
purple school v-neck sweatshirt or cardigan purple school v-neck sweatshirt
black skirt, pinafore dress or tailored trousers

 black long or short trousers

white or black socks black socks      
black flat shoes black flat shoes
purple gingham dress black fleece or coat
black fleece or coat  

 Summer Term - Boys and Girls can choose to wear a white school polo shirt (with school logo) if they wish instead of the shirt and tie, this is just for the summer term.

P.E Kit - All Pupils
White t-shirt, black shorts, training shoes or plimsolls. A tracksuit is useful for cold weather

A school reversible shower proof fleece is also available for purchase for outdoor wear only

A protective garment such as an old shirt is essential for art and craft activities and it is helpful to have the sleeves cut down.

At break times, depending on weather conditions, wellington boots may be worn by Key Stage 1 pupils and training shoes by Key Stage 2. These must be changed for shoes in the classroom. We would ask that parents ensure that children only wear sensible, flat-heeled shoes for school. All equipment and clothing should be clearly named.

Please note that only plain gold or silver studded earrings may be worn. Surrey County Council’s policy is that these must be removed for PE lessons. We would ask for parent’s co-operation in this matter and suggest that any ear piercing is arranged to take place at the beginning of the summer break.

The wearing of make-up, nail varnish or hair gel to school is not permitted.