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Our Lady Catholic Primary School

Our Lady Catholic
Primary School

Uniform 

 Boys/Girls Winter  Uniform

Winter Uniform

Winter Uniform (Autumn and Spring terms)

  • Blue shirt – long or short sleeved
  • Grey skirt/pinafore or grey trouser/shorts
  • Navy pullover with embroidered school badge on left
  • Navy/sky striped tie
  • White/navy/grey socks or tights

Infants can wear an elasticated tie.

Outdoor shoes should be sensible and supportive to the foot (secured with laces or straps).

Heavy boots, heeled or platform shoes or open sandals are not acceptable.

Outdoor shoes should be sensible, blue or black. Heavy boots, heeled or platform shoes are not acceptable.

All children need a waterproof hooded coat in school at all times.

 Boys/Girls Summer Uniform

Summer Uniform

Summer Uniform (Summer term)

  • As winter uniform but ties do not need to be worn

Blue/white checked dress and white socks/tights

  • Navy cardigan with embroidered school badge on left
  • Caps with school logo

General Information
 

School uniform can be purchased from our uniform supplier Beat School Uniforms either at their store in Hermitage Road, Hitchin or online at https://beatschooluniforms.co.uk/schools/our_lady_catholic_primary_school/

Embroidered school badges can be purchased from the school office which can be sewn onto jumpers and cardigans.  The school office also stock ties and water bottles which can be paid on ParentPay.

All clothing must be marked with your child’s name.

Please note that children should not have 'fashion haircuts.'

Jewellery

On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. We do not encourage earrings. However if ears are pierced, only studs should be worn. We ask the children to either remove or cover earrings with a plaster or tape to prevent them from causing injury during P.E./Games lessons. In exceptional circumstances we permit children to wear medical wristbands if this has been recommended by a GP/Paediatrician.

Watches

Only watches that are not classed at ‘smart watches’ can be worn in school. Watches must be limited to the following functions – Telling them time and counting steps.