Goosnargh Oliverson's Primary School

Goosnargh Oliverson's Church of England Primary School


Our school uniform is an important part of how we foster our feeling of togetherness and set our standards and attitudes towards learning.

We try to keep our uniform cost effective - badged sweatshirts and other items are available from  Mary Frances, (Derby Road Longridge) but main uniform items can all be sourced from high street shops and supermarkets.

We know how quickly children grow, and so have a good stock of clean, good quality "preloved" uniform in school. These are available to everyone who wants to help both the planet and their purse! 

We try to keep lost property to a minimum, but sweaters make really good goal posts and are often left as children run enthusiastically to their lessons after break. To keep expenses to a minimum, garments must be clearly labelled with your child’s name.

Following Lancashire's policy, the wearing of jewellery is not permitted. Earrings are a safety hazard particularly during PE, and no child will be permitted to take part in PE lessons wearing them (tape over earrings does not reduce the hazard). We strongly urge any parent intent on having their children’s ears pierced to do this at the start of the summer holidays so that access to the curriculum is not disrupted.

Uniform Policy

School Uniform Items 

PE Kit

Grey skirt, pinafore, trousers or shorts (not black please) - a red and white gingham dress may be worn in the warmer weather

T shirt in their house colour

- Parlick - Red

- Bleasdale - Green

- Fairsnape - Yellow

- Beacon - Blue

White polo shirt Navy blue shorts
Red school sweatshirt or cardigan Black slip on pumps 
Grey, black, or white socks A red hooded fleece  (not sweatshirt hoodie) for outdoor PE 
Red, black, grey or white tights Plain navy blue jogging bottoms or leggings
A waterproof coat or anorak


Black school shoes - no trainers

 In Year 6 the children may wear a white shirt, school tie and v-necked sweatshirt.

(The tie is gifted to the children by the school as they move into year 6. It is a sign of their responsible status within the school family)