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Woodhill Primary School

Uniform

UNIFORM

Winter

  • Black V-neck jumper or Cardigan with Woodhill logo
  • White polo shirt with Woodhill logo
  • Grey or black trousers, skirt or pinafore dress (No jeans or tracksuit bottoms)
  • Plain flat black shoes or plain black trainers (no coloured soles, laces or designs)
  • White, black or grey socks or grey tights
  • Book bag with Woodhill logo

Summer

  • White polo shirt with Woodhill logo
  • Grey or black trousers / shorts, skirt or pinafore dress (No jeans or tracksuit bottoms)
  • Green checked summer dress
  • Plain flat black shoes or plain black trainers (no coloured soles, laces or designs)
  • White, black or grey socks or grey tights
  • Book bag with Woodhill logo

PE and GAMES

Indoor

  • Black PE T-shirt with Woodhill logo
  • Black PE shorts
  • Trainers or plimsolls’

Outdoor

  • Black PE shorts or tracksuit bottoms (winter)
  • Black PE T-shirt with Woodhill logo
  • Jumper (children may use their school jumper or other jumper from home in winter months as long as it is on top of their PE T-shirt)
  • Trainers (not their school shoes)
  • Kit can be kept safe in a kit-bag in school throughout the week.  Woodhill PE Kit bags are available

Optional items

  • Black and silver Woodhill waterproof jacket
  • Black sweatshirt for PE

Please ensure that you purchase name labels for your child’s uniform and kit. We do appreciate it can be very frustrating when items of uniform are lost, so please do ensure that you label each item with your child’s name and class.

No jewellery (other than plain studs for pierced ears) are permitted as it is a health and safety issue. If a child has their ears pierced, then only plain stud earrings are accepted, if your child is seen to be wearing any larger or hoop style earrings, we will call you to come and remove them. We do not expect any other body piercings aside from ears.

Long hair should be tied back and hair should not be cut too short or dyed. No patterns or designs should be shaved into hair. Children should not wear make-up, nail varnish or fake nails to school due to health and safety legislation.

Girls wearing hijabs or headscarves should wear plain black, white, or grey hijabs to fit with the colours of the school.