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Uniform

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School Uniform:

We are proud of our school and our pupils, and wearing of the correct uniform is visual evidence of our pride.  Please ensure children have the correct school uniform at all times.

 

Winter Uniform:

 

White Polo Shirt

Grey or black skirt/Pinafore dress or trousers

Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan with school emblem

Royal blue Hooded Jumper with school emblem

Fleece Jacket with school emblem

Sensible dark shoes

 

Children in Year 5 and 6 may wear ties.

 

Summer Uniform:

 

As winter uniform, or substitute with:

Blue checked or striped dresses

Grey/dark shorts

 

Sandals must be sturdy, flat heeled and worn with socks.  We would advise that, for health and safety reasons, open toed sandals are not appropriate.

 

All uniform can be ordered from MAPAC using the following link: https://www.mapac.com/education/parents/uniform/croylandprimaryschoolnn82ax

 

PE Kit:

 

Girls:

PE t-shirt – white

Plain black shorts or black cycling shorts

Tracksuit for cold weather (Yrs 3-6)

Plimsolls – black

Trainers (Years 1 to 6 - optional)

 

 

Boys: 

PE t-shirt – white

Plain black shorts

Tracksuit for cold weather (Yrs 3-6)

Plimsolls – black

Trainers (Years 1 to 6 - optional)

 

Long hair needs to be tied back for PE.

Swimming:

Pupils in Years 3, 4 and 5 will have swimming lessons at Wellingborough Pool. Boys should wear swimming trunks, not shorts, and girls should wear a one-piece costume not a bikini. In line with Local Authority policy and guidance, children are not permitted to wear goggles and must wear a swim hat which can be purchased through the school.

Jewellery:

Children are permitted to wear one stud earring in each ear. Jewellery should not be worn for PE, swimming or extra-curricular activities.  The school cannot be responsible for items of jewellery either misplaced or lost.  If your child is unable to remove their own earrings, please ensure that they do not wear them on days when they will be involved in PE or sporting activities or, they will have to be covered with plasters.  If your child is having their ears pierced, please arrange for this to happen at the beginning of the summer holidays.