Weatherhead students are proud to be identified by their uniform which has been developed and designed with our students and the environment at heart. Our uniform is clean, crisp and smart, easy to wear and comfortable.
For PE lessons, students should only wear:
- Weatherhead or plain navy t-shirt
- Navy or black leggings
- Navy tracksuit bottoms
- Weatherhead or plain navy shorts (plain or contain a very discreet logo).
- Weatherhead navy hooded jumper
- Weatherhead zipped training jacket or a plain navy jumper
- For safety reasons, footwear must be supportive trainers and not leisurewear such as Converse
You can order the PE kit online at Baker & Son Schoolwear.
Free Uniform for Secondary Schools (FUSS)
Weatherhead High School are working with Wirral FUSS – Free Uniform for Secondary School.
Wirral FUSS is a voluntary organisation that works to encourage FREE distribution of school uniform in good condition for re-use by families who need it, without judgement of circumstances; as well as the recycling of worn out uniform.
A clothing donation drum is located in Weatherhead’s school foyer, where you can donate items your child no longer needs or has outgrown, and any uniform, PE kit, etc you may have from Weatherhead other Wirral schools.
During the half term and summer holidays, uniform donations can be dropped off at reception between 9am and 3pm (closed Bank Holidays).
There are lots of other locations where you can take your donations.
Find your nearest location at: wirralfuss.co.uk/where-can-i-donate.
Request Items of Uniform
The Hub that will hold stocks of Weatherhead High School uniform for collection is located at St Luke’s Methodist Church in Hoylake (they hope to have a Wallasey base in the near future). The Hub is staffed and open for collecting or exchanging items from 9.30am to 12.30pm every Wednesday and by appointment. In some cases, it may be possible to arrange delivery of requested items.
There are lots of hubs across Wirral where you can request/donate items of uniform for Primary and Secondary schools across the Wirral.