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Carisbrooke C E (Controlled) Primary School
Wellington Road, Carisbrooke, PO30 5QT, UK Newport
+44 (0)1983 522348


School Logo - Where Everyone is Valued

Carisbrooke Primary is a lively, dynamic, hardworking and caring community.  We have a strong Christian ethos and you will find us friendly, open and eager to work together to provide the best opportunities for your child so they can develop to their full potential.

We set high standards and have high expectations of everyone in our school. Mutual respect, tolerance and consideration for others underpin our high expectations through which we all can achieve personal growth and contribute to the life of the school as a whole.

We have an open door policy and welcome everyone to Carisbrooke. The best way to find out more is to come and have a look round. Please feel free to make an appointment and we will be delighted to show you round. Please investigate the rest of this website which will help gain an insight into the school.

Wendy Gibbins


To keep children active the staff and specialist coaches run a number of after school clubs. These change each term to give variety and letters are sent home at the beginning of term to apply for the clubs. During previous years we have run sports clubs-including football, netball, cricket, tennis, aerobics, chess club, art, textiles, weaving, creative art, cookery, sign language, green club, ICT, dance and choir.

The clubs may be run at different times throughout the year, most of the after school clubs are restricted on the number of children who may take part and some may be restricted to certain year groups.

All clubs will run for a total of eight weeks these being the four weeks before and four weeks after each half term holiday.

Due to the number of other activities most clubs do not run in the last half term of the school year.

Keep watching this page and your newsletters for more information.


As part of our identity as a school we ask
children to wear our school uniform.

The uniform comprises of

  • red sweatshirt or cardigan
  • white polo shirt or white shirt
  • black or grey trousers, skirt or pinafore.
  • In the summer children may prefer to wear red check dresses or black or grey shorts.
  • Children should wear black school shoes not trainers or shoes with heels.


The children may also choose to wear a school fleece.

Polo Shirt

PE Kit


For PE children will need a red T-shirt, red shorts and plimsolls. In the winter children may wear a tracksuit for outdoor games.



In year 3 children will need a swimming costume for the swimming programme.


PE Bag

We keep a supply of sweatshirts, polo shirts, fleeces, with the school logo, red PE T-shirts and shorts in a variety of sizes in stock.

Caps, book-bags and PE bags with the school logo are also available.


Book Bag

Order forms are available from the school office. Payment with orders should be given to office staff and the uniform will be dispatched.

Cheques should be made payable to Carisbrooke C.E. Primary.

Prices correct at the time of posting 4 November 2005


Please label all uniform and school items with your child’s name. We return all lost items if they are named. All other uniform is kept for half a term in lost property.

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The school day starts at 8:50am and finishes at 3:00pm.

  • Reception children should be taken to the entrance at the reception playground.
  • Year 1 and Year 3/4 children use the entrance from the main playground.
  • Year 2 children enter the school using their classrooms fire exit doors.

A bell is rung at 8:55 to indicate to parents to leave the building
and registration is about to take place.

  • Reception parents leave via the entrance near the reception plyaground.
  • Year 1 and Year 3/4 parents leave the building via the playground entrance.
    • Please adhere to the notices when leaving via the plyaground exit.
  • Year 2 leave via the classroom fire exits.

Late arrivals

  • Children arriving after 8:55am need to enter the school via the Office Entrance to be signed in.

Leaving after 9:05

  • At 9:05 the playground gates are locked and anyone leaving the building will need to exit via the office.

Collecting children at the end of the day
playground gates will be unlocked at 2:55 pm subject to all children being inside.

  • Reception children are collected from the entrance near the reception plyaground.
  • Year 1 and Year 3/4 parents met their children from their classroom outside doors.
  • Year 2 children are met from their classroom fire exit doors.

If you are unable to collect your children at the end of the day please inform their teacher who will be collecting them as they will not be released to unknown adults. If you are late to collect your children they will be taken to the office.

These procedures are in place to ensure the safety of all of the children, their safety is our main concern although sometimes it may cause some inconvenience.


We have 3 positive school rules:

  • Always be ready to listen
  • Always do your best
  • Always think of others

These rules are for everyone in the school community and are consistently applied across the school.

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