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School Uniform2018-09-05T10:14:12+00:00

School uniform

At Carr Lane Primary School, we believe that what people wear affects the way they behave. The following school uniform policy is intended to foster positive working attitudes and pride in the school.  It also aids social equality.

The uniform policy is similar in principle to that required at Wolfreton, and so prepares children for their transfer. We believe that children should be dressed as children appropriate to their age.

Children should not wear nail varnish, jewellery, make up or any tattoos, including the stick-on variety. A single small stud earring may be worn in each ear, if the ear has been pierced.

Hair styling should be natural / standard in style and colour. Wide hair bands which resemble headscarves / pom-poms etc are not accepted. Shaved heads, lines cut into the hair, and sculpting and artificial colours etc. are not acceptable.

Daily Wear
TrousersPlain black or dark grey
Tailored shorts, culottes Plain black or dark greyKnee length
SkirtPlain black or dark greyKnee length
DressBlue checked or dark grey
Blouse, shirt, polo shirts with collarPlain whiteLong enough to tuck in
Sweatshirt/ cardiganNavy or bluePreferably with school logo
SocksPlain black, dark grey or dark blue
TightsPlain black or dark greyOpaque
SkirtsPlain black or dark greyKnee length
ShoesBlackLow-heeled Not trainers, boots, sandals, fashion shoes No logos
Wellies/ boots For wet weather/ snow - with change of shoes when indoors

PE & sports kit

For reasons of hygiene children must change for all PE and games lessons.

Stud earrings must be removed.  Where earrings cannot be removed, i.e. during the eight week period following the date of piercing, parents should provide tape to cover them.

Hair should be tied back.

PE Kit
T-shirt Plain whitePreferably with school logo in house colour
ShortsNavy or blue
Sand shoesOr bare feet for dance and gymnastics
Trainers
Football boots
Shin pads
Sports socks
TracksuitNavy or blue
SweatshirtNavy or blue

october, 2018

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‘He has settled in soooooooooooo well at primary school.’

Parent testimonials

‘He has made lots of friends, is extremely happy and developed lots of confidence and independence.’

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‘It has been fantastic watching his learning grow and he loves gaining new skills, particularly reading. Thank you’

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‘She has come on leaps and bounds and we will continue to support her at home’

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‘Excellent. We have been kept informed of any areas that need support at every stage throughout the year.’

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‘She has made many friends at school and is always happy to put her uniform on and go to school.’

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‘The nativity, Easter service and sports day have all been wonderful, and it is brilliant how you give every child confidence to get involved in front of an audience.’

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‘Her confidence and enjoyment has grown for reading which is lovely to see.’

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‘I feel that the education my son has received has been exceptional.’

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‘He talks about his day at school with a smile on his face.’

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‘We are very happy with the high standards that the school tries to achieve.’

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‘His SENCO and TAs have done an amazing job. He needs a lot of extra help…although he doesn’t feel “different” or any other way than the other children which I fully appreciate.’

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‘Come on leaps and bounds in confidence and ability. Given the opportunity to flourish.’

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‘I am happy with his education because he is obviously very happy, secure, keen to learn, and enjoying his achievements.’

Parent testimonials

‘Very pleased with the education that my child has received.’

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