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Uniform Information

Christ Church First School has adopted a smart uniform which is comfortable and attractive. This allows all children to feel part of the school community and wear their uniform with pride. We have devised our uniform to keep costs to parents as affordable as possible. 


The uniform consists of

  • a navy blue jumper or cardigan embroidered with the school crest.
  • a white shirt and school tie for Y3 & Y4,
  • a gold polo shirt for Reception, Y1 & Y2.
  • black, grey or navy blue trousers, skirt, shorts or culottes.
  • a blue and white summer dress in the warmer months.
  • sensible BLACK shoes. No trainers or sandals please.


To participate fully in Physical Education your child will need

  • pumps or trainers.
  • a gold school T-shirt.
  • black shorts.
  • suitable swimwear (preferably plain) and a swim hat for long hair (boys and girls).
  • in colder months, children can wear a PLAIN black or navy tracksuit, leggings, hoody.


The children in Y1-4 do not require a PE bag as they will attend school in their PE on the relevant days.

Children in Reception will require PE kit in a bag as changing for PE is part of the EYFS curriculum.


You can buy the school jumper, cardigan, tie and PE t-shirt from school. These are sold at cost price. All other items can be bought cheaply at supermarkets.


We also stock caps, woollen hats and school book bags in school.

School Uniform Prices

We try to stock most items at all times in sizes 26", 28" & 30/32".

We can order smaller and larger sizes and delivery is usually 3 weeks.

At busy times i.e. in September there is always a longer delay so if you can place uniform orders earlier it is helpful.

A uniform order list is available to download from the Forms section of the website. Payment will be made via ParentPay - we no longer accept cash payments in school.

Swimming lessons -   "We recommend swim hats for all pupils, safe and secure swim wear, not bikinis and long board shorts. Goggles can be worn and all other equipment for the lessons we provide."