Osidge School Uniform Expectations

At Osidge, we expect all children to wear school uniform as it helps us set the tone for the school. We expect all the children to come to school in the correct uniform, looking smart and ready to learn.


Grey trousers / shorts / skirt / pinafore
Sky blue polo shirt
Navy blue sweatshirt (with logo)
Grey/white socks or grey tights (no leggings)


Sensible black shoes

Summer Uniform:

Girls: Blue and white check/striped dress
Boys: Grey shorts and sky blue polo shirt

It will help us enormously if you label all your child’s clothes with their name. It will also help you to identify your lost property! Labels can be ordered with your child’s uniform.

PE Kit:

Children must have a PE kit, clearly marked with the child’s name and kept at school in a properly marked bag.

All children will need:

Black plimsolls, navy shorts, light blue Tshirt and a PE bag.

In KS2 children can wear trainers. During the winter months children may wear appropriate dark coloured track suit trousers. (no leggings)

Jumpers, cardigans, polo shirts, joggers, summer dresses and PE bags can be purchased from our uniform supplier J Smith and Sons, 25 Station Parade, Cockfosters Road, EN4 0DW. Your child will need a book bag, or ruck sack depending on year group, also available from J Smith and Sons.


Children should not wear jewellery to school, except in the case of items of religious significance. Only simple stud ear-rings are allowed. Other items of jewellery pose considerable risk to personal safety at playtimes and during PE lessons.

Watches with leather or plastic straps may be worn. Watches with bracelet style straps are classed as jewellery and may not be worn.


Hair which reaches below shoulder length must be tied up using black, brown or navy hair fastenings (bobbles/clips). Any other hair accessories such as hairbands must be simple and black, brown or navy so that they don’t distract from learning.

The school accepts no responsibility or liability for any lost items of jewellery or clothing.