We have a small stock of items at the school office, uniform can also be ordered please ask for an order form.
Children wear school uniform in our school colours which are burgundy and white.
- White or burgundy polo shirt (no logo)
- Burgundy jumper, fleece or cardigan (with school logo)
- Black trousers/skirt or pinafore dress
- Plain black shoes or trainers
All items above are required as part of our school uniform. However, we only specify that the jumper, fleece or cardigan should have a school logo on.
During the summer the children may also wear:
- Black trouser shorts (not cargo shorts)
- Red and white gingham dress
Note: High heeled or platform shoes are not allowed for reasons of health and safety.
For PE children will wear:
- White T-shirt
- Black shorts
- Black plimsolls or trainers
- An unbranded tracksuit in black or grey (to be worn during the Winter months)
Stud earrings can be worn at school but must be removed before PE and games*. All other body piercings are not allowed at school.
*Please note: staff are not allowed to remove or insert jewellery.
We strongly discourage children from wearing jewellery at school for safety reasons. The school does not accept any responsibility for lost or stolen jewellery or any injuries arising from.
For further information regarding our uniform supplier please click here.
To be taken directly to Woodhouse West's Logo Leisurewear page click here
Collection from Logo Leisurewear is FREE. Shipping to School is FREE (during term time only). Shipping to your home address starts at £3.95
Uniform basics such as gingham dresses, plain polo shirts, plain P.E kit, trousers, skirts and shoes can also be purchased from most local high street stores and supermarkets.
A selection of pre-loved uniform is available in school. If you require any of these items, please see Mrs Mitchell or Mrs Dobie to request them stating the item and size needed. School will endeavour to source these for you or offer you an alternative size.
A donation for these items is greatly appreciated but not compulsory.