At Christ Church we are very proud of our school uniform.

Please make sure your child is wearing the correct school uniform, including PE kit, at all times.

KS1

  • A light blue polo shirt (not shirt)
  • A navy blue jumper (not sweatshirt)
  • A grey skirt / dress or trousers
  • Navy blue or grey tights
  • White or navy socks
  • Black shoes (not trainers)

KS2

  • A white shirt (not polo shirt)
  • A navy blue jumper (not sweatshirt)
  • A grey skirt / dress or trousers
  • Navy blue or grey tights
  • White or navy blue socks
  • Black shoes (not trainers)
  • Year 6 children will be required to wear a purple tie

SHOES SHOULD BE PLAIN BLACK SENSIBLE SCHOOL SHOES ONLY. STRICTLY NO TRAINERS OR SOFT CANVAS FOOTWEAR.

In the winter children must bring their school shoes in their bags if they choose to wear something warmer for the journey to school.

School Uniform for PE

  • White t-shirt (school logo)
  • Blue shorts  (not denim)
  • Blue jogging bottoms or blue leggings (in the cold weather)
  • Black trainers (no plimsolls)

Jewellery

  • Plain stud earrings are acceptable but should be removed for PE for safety reasons.
  • No other jewellery should be worn.
  • Nail varnish and lip gloss are not permitted.

 

Often during the school day and week, the children will be involved in a lesson where they may get messy (art, mud kitchen, Forest School, Art Academy etc.).

We endeavour to make sure your children are appropriately protected either with art aprons, waterproofs or other coveralls but sometimes the children will get paint or other non-harmful substances on their clothes.

We are not able to replace clothing that is lost or where reasonable care has been taken to protect your child’s clothing.

If you are worried about their school uniform being dirtied, please give your child a set of old clothes to wear in school, that they will be responsible for changing into before taking part in a messy activity.

PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL OF YOUR CHILD’S UNIFORM IS CLEARLY LABELLED.

Any missing uniform should be accompanied by a letter of explanation.

If you are having difficulty in paying for school uniform please speak to the class teacher or Mr Tranter.

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