School Uniform 

The Governors and staff of Carcroft School recommend a school uniform and the children of Carcroft take pride in their uniform. 


Winter Uniform - all year if wished

Sweatshirt/Jumper/Cardigan: Navy Blue                    

Polo Shirt with collar: White             

Trousers: Navy/Black/Grey                     

Skirt/Dress: Navy/Black/Grey                     

Socks: Plain Black/Navy/White

Shoes: Black or all black trainers


Summer Uniform -optional in summer term


Shorts: Navy/Black/Grey 


Dress: Blue and white checked/striped dress



For health and safety reasons we request that no jewellery is worn in school, including earings. Children may wear a watch.


Polo shirts, T-shirts and sweatshirts may be purchased through the school at a very reasonable price.  The above are all supplied with an embroidered school badge on them at no extra charge.  Please see the School Secretary, Michelle Wilcox, for details.


PE Kit

All children must have a change of clothing for PE and Games, including footwear.  For PE this is a short sleeved white PE shirt/vest and black or navy blue short shorts or cycle shorts or black/navy leotard.  Kit should be as fully labelled as possible.  Please note that children in Foundation Stage do lots of Physical Development outdoors every day, in our outdoor area as well as partake in Mini Kick sessions. Therefore they do not need PE kits until KS1. 

The appropriate kit should be sent into school on a Monday and collected on a Friday so the children always have kit for indoor and outdoor PE available through the week.


Indoor:  Black Leotard                           Outdoor:     Plain Black/Navy Shorts                                                        
               Plain Black/Navy Shorts                               White T-shirt

               White T-shirt                                               Strong Trainers

               No Footwear                                                    


The school takes pride in encouraging children to develop healthy attitudes and this includes sport. The school has good facilities; two PE halls and a large playing field. We expect all children to take part unless there are medical reasons for them not to do so. Children are encouraged to participate in sport after school, regardless of ability, with the intent of improving their personal performance.