At Burley Oaks, we encourage all pupils to wear our school uniform.

We believe that this helps give our children the feeling that they belong to a close school community as well as giving them a sense of pride in their school and their appearance. 

The school is committed to ensuring that its school uniform is affordable and accessible to all pupils, and does not place an unreasonable financial burden on parents.

Partly due to certain environmental characteristics of the school building and partly for safety reasons we ask all our families to provide their children with indoor footwear – usually black plimsolls. These are kept permanently in school.

For safety reasons, particularly when using sports apparatus equipment, we feel a sensible PE kit is very important. Plain navy shorts (or a gym skirt for older girls) and a plain white T-shirt, or the school’s own branded T-shirt, are recommended. We are particularly keen that branded football club kits of any kind are not worn for school PE lessons.

Some children prefer to wear shorts, particularly in the Summer Term. This is perfectly acceptable as long as the shorts are consistent in colour and styling with other items of school uniform.

Please ensure that all items of your child’s uniform are named. 

For the full uniform policy, please click here.


Uniform Suppliers

Wharfedale Uniforms

2 Cowpasture Rd, Ilkley, LS29 8SR

07866 762291

Uniform may be purchased in store, online or via phone.


Sue Knowles Embroidery Services

34 St Richards Road, Otley, LS21 2AZ

07957 771721 or susan_knowles@sky.com

Uniform may be purchased online or via phone.

For order form, please click here.


Second Hand Uniform

The school holds second-hand school uniforms for parents to access at a cost of £1 per item. Please contact the school office to purchase this.

Parents are invited to donate their child’s uniform when they no longer need it.



Jewellery worn by children in school can constitute a very real safety risk. Items that have to be removed during the course of the day and are then misplaced can become a very time consuming problem for staff. For these reasons school policy is that children can wear only one pair of ear studs, should they have pierced ears. Wristwatches are allowed but must be removed for PE / Games. Should your child need to wear jewellery to identify a medical condition please inform the school office.

We do not allow smart watches (connected to a device) or camera watches to be worn in school for safeguarding reasons.