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The school takes pride in its school community and to identify pupils with Cradley School, they wear:

  • Long or short grey trousers or a grey skirt
  • White polo shirt
  • Red round necked sweatshirt
  • white, black or grey socks
  • sensible black shoes - not boots or trainers
  • In the summer, girls may wear red check dresses. Closed toed sandals (not crocs) may be worn.

Children are expected to change for PE and Games in the interest of hygiene, and all children should have the following:

  • red shorts
  • white top (or Cradley T-shirt)
  • black plimsolls (or trainers for KS2)

Those who play football and rugby should have football boots, red rugby shirt or a black track suit for team games. Track suits are recommended for classes 3, 4 and 5 juniors for the winter.

The school office can provide details of two local companies (UK Embroidery and Your Name On It) that can supply the following items at very reasonable prices:

  • White polo shirts with embroidered school logo
  • Red sweatshirts with embroidered school logo
  • Navy blue fleece with embroidered school logo 
  • Track suits with school logo
  • Girl's red check dresses
  • White P.E. T-Shirts
  • Red P.E. Shorts
  • School book bags (red or blue) with school logo
  • School P.E/Swimming bags

 

Value of the Month

COURAGE

For I am the Lord your God, who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, 'Do not fear, I will help you.'

Isaiah 41:13

Chosen by Mr Barker (Maintenance Man)

Stars of the Week

Congratulations to:

Nursery:

Arian & Elijah

Class 1

Beth & Jake

Class 2

Jay & Jakey

 Class 3

Jacob & Van

Class 4     William & Leila
Class 5

Oscar, Tilly W & Ray

All school children

Well done to all of you!

Housepoints

Elgar:   1824  
 
Masefield:   1794  
 
Shaw:   1784