We believe that a school uniform should reflect school values. Our children are proud to come to Christ Church and this pride needs to be reflected in what they wear. The uniform will instil our Christ Church values so that they become part of everything that we do.
Our School uniform is as follows:
Jumpers or cardigans:
We have red jumpers or cardigans. The jumpers need to be V-necked and both the jumpers and cardigans need to have the school logo on them.
The cost of the jumpers and cardigans is £10.00 and can be purchased from our online school shop. Click here for the link.
White shirts and clip on ties:
The children need to wear white shirts and ties, to ensure that our uniform is smart. The white shirts can be purchased from any local stores and supermarkets.
The cost of ties is £4.50 and can be purchased from our online school shop. Click here for the link.
Grey trousers or skirts:
Boys need to wear grey trousers (they can wear shorts in the summer term if they wish to).
Girls need to wear grey skirts/pinafores or trousers (they can wear red gingham summer dresses in the summer term if they wish to do so).
All children need to wear sensible black school shoes. During the winter months, the girls can wear sensible black boots.
If the children’s shoes are judged by staff to be inappropriate for school e.g. trainers or ‘ugg’ type boots, the children will be asked to wear their pumps.
If girls choose to wear tights, these need to be red or grey.
We sell water bottles and book bags via our online school shop. Click here for the link.
Every child in school is allocated a sports team when joining Christ Church. Their sports t-shirt represents the team that they are in.
You will be informed which colour t-shirt your child requires when they join the school.
You will need to purchase the correct colour t-shirt, with the school logo on it, at a cost of: £5.50. These can be purchased from our online school shop. Click here for the link.
All school uniform can be only be purchased via our online school shop. Please click here for the link.