Wood End School

Headteacher: Mr Richard Boulton

Yeomans Avenue, Harpenden Hertfordshire AL5 3EF


01582 761636

School Uniform 

Beat School Uniforms of 4 Station Road, Harpenden (Tel: 02033 622930) - to order online visit www.beatschooluniforms.co.uk.  Leaflet for appointments summer 2021.

Stevensons of Victoria Street, St Albans (Tel 01727 853262) and 10 Leyton Road, Harpenden (Tel 01582 968939) - to order online visit www.stevensons.co.uk/Schools/wood-end-school-harpenden/56

Essential School Wear of 
Mainrock House, Southdown Ind. Est. Harpenden, AL5 1DZ (Tel: 01582 462120) to order online visit https://www.essentialschoolwear.com/

My Clothing - to order online visit www.myclothing.com

We encourage all our children to wear school uniform.  Nursery children will be required to wear the school polo shirt.  
Book bags for children in Reception to Year 2 may be purchased from the school office and Beat School Uniforms.


Winter Wear

Winter Wear

Grey skirt or smart grey trousers
Jade green polo shirt
Grey school sweatshirt with logo / cardigan in grey
Grey tights or white/grey socks


Smart grey trousers
Jade green polo shirt
Grey school sweatshirt
Grey or black socks


 All children are expected to wear black shoes in winter and summer. Pupils are not allowed to wear boots in school. 

Summer Wear

Summer Wear

Gold checked dress or jade green polo shirt with grey skirt
Smart knee length grey shorts
Jade green polo shirt
Smart grey trousers / shorts


Flip flops, jellies or clogs are not allowed. Socks must be worn at all times. Girls may wear grey school shorts, but not over tights. 




Plain white t-shirt
Black shorts
Plain Black or White Trainers


Black tracksuit or suitable alternative
Plain white t-shirt
Plain Black or White Trainers


 Please mark clearly, with your child’s name, all items of clothing – including shoes, wellingtons and PE kit. Please visit the PTA commissions page for label suppliers.

The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children. This includes patterns cut into the hair, Mohican styles, artificial colours, spiking and gelling hair or having false extensions. The definition of an extreme hairstyle is at the discretion of the Headteacher.