School Uniform

Carew Academy School Uniform 

At Carew Academy we believe that school uniform helps to create a greater sense of belonging. It also gives us a stronger identity and sense of unity throughout the whole school community.

School Uniform can be purchased directly from Asda either from the store or on-line. Some items need to be purchased from the School Office as outlined below.

 

Uniform for Year 3 to 6 (Cardiff, Warsaw and Moscow Classes)

Black School Sweatshirt

Black Skirt or Trousers

White Polo Shirt

Plain Black Shoes

Purchase from School Office

School Badge to sew on Sweatshirt £2

 

Uniform for Year 7 to 11

Black School Blazer

Black Skirt or Trousers

Optional Black School V-Neck Jumper

White School Shirt

Plain Black Shoes

Purchase from School Office

School Badge to sew on Blazer pocket £3

School Tie in House Colour £5

 

PE Kit for ALL Students

Plain Black Shorts

Plain Black Tracksuit Bottoms

Trainers

Purchase from School Office

School PE Top £12

Total cost of School Purchase Items £20 (£15 without tie)

 

On health and safety grounds we do not allow students to wear jewellery in school. The exceptions to this rule are watches, small plain studs in pierced ears and small religious symbols. All jewellery must be removed for PE, swimming and games to prevent injury. The school cannot accept responsibility for personal property brought into school.

 

 

Carew is an amazing school for our son, he now shines academically and his social skills are outstanding since being part of Carew.  Most of all they understand his needs and support him daily.

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