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Wooden Hill Primary & Nursery School
Staplehurst, RG12 8DB, UK Bracknell
+44 (0)1344 421117


Welcome To Our School

We are proud of Wooden Hill, its pupils and their achievements, its dedicated staff and governors and the happy and creative working atmosphere.  It is a lively primary and nursery school with a team of staff and governors who are able to offer a wide range of skills and talents.  The school is organised so that pupils and staff can identify with a particular team.  Everyone in the team knows each other well, so that each child feels special and secure.



Every item of clothing must be clearly marked with the child’s name

Trousers, skirts, shorts

Plain grey trousers (not bootleg) skirts, pinafores or shorts should be worn.

No jeans or jogging bottoms.

No fashion belts.

Shirts, blouses or t-shirts

White shirts, blouses or polo shirts should be worn.

‘V’ necked pullovers, cardigans or sweatshirts

Royal Blue ‘V’ necked pullovers, cardigans or sweatshirts should be worn.

Socks, tights

White, grey, navy or black.

No trainer socks should be worn.



Sensible footwear in black with laces, Velcro or buckles.  Shoes should fully enclose the foot and have a flat heel.

No trainers, sports shoes or boots.

Summer uniform

Royal blue and white gingham dresses may be worn.

Traditional sandals in navy or black.

No sandals with open toes or sling backs should be worn.


Indoor PE

Royal blue shorts and white t-shirt – only Wooden Hill logos.

Outdoor PE 

As above and a grey tracksuit during colder months.

Trainers or plimsolls


 One piece swimming costume or trunks

Swimming cap

Long hair must be tied back at all times.

Children may wear only one pair of earrings, provided they are in the lower earlobe and are stud earrings.

Wrist watches are allowed.

For health and safety reasons all jewellery must be removed by the child before starting any PE lesson.


Chairman - Mr J Collins

Secretary - Mrs M Gater

Treasurer - Mrs K Davies

Vice Treasurer - Mrs L Van Biene

Teacher Rep - Staff rotate termly

Stock Control - Mrs K Davies

Members - Mrs P Williams

                  Ms Piotrowski

                  Mrs Percy

                  Mr Biggin

                  Mrs Barker

The P.T A. is a  group of voluntary fund-raisers who work to raise money to provide pupils and teachers with equipment, facilities and activities which would not normally be obtained through the school's budget. They aim to raise several thousand pounds a year. In previous years they have helped to buy books, carpets, sports kits and to fund special "project" weeks.

The group meets on a regular basis to organise the events for the school year, including perennial favourites like the Christmas and May Fairs and events for children and adults.

They are always open to ideas and help. If youwould like to contribute in any way, please contact the school secretary.


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