School Uniform 

 

At Christ Church school we aim to achieve high standards in all areas of school life including appearance. Wearing a smart uniform is an important factor in encouraging a disciplined, positive ethos at Christ Church School. It is the policy of the School that pupils shall wear school uniform as outlined below.

Parents’/carers’ support in this matter is expected and appreciated.

The school uniform is;

Grey skirt or Pinafore or blue & white checked dress or Grey/black trousers.

A white / royal blue polo shirt

A royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan.

Black, flat shoes, boots or sandals

Children in reception can wear dark coloured jogging bottoms.

Polo shirts and sweatshirts/cardigans embroidered with the school logo are available to purchase from Shaw Hardcastle in Halifax. A small amount of second hand uniform is available for parents on low income.

 

In addition the children will require

Blue/Black shorts, White/Blue t-shirt and black pumps for their indoor PE kit

Blue/Black joggers, White/blue t-shirt, hoody and trainers for their outdoor PE kit

and, for those in Years 3, 4 and 5 a towel, swimming costume or trunks.

All belongings should be clearly named.

Jewellery

The only item allowed in school is a single ear stud worn in the lobe of the ear and a wristwatch. Make-up and any other form of jewellery are forbidden.

Hair

Must be neat and tidy with no ‘extreme’ styles, two-tone colours of unnatural colours. Fashion styles, including very short hair with patterns etc. cut into the hair are not permitted. Long hair must be tied back in practical lessons for health and safety reasons.

As children are very active during playtimes, we ask that parents ensure that children wear flat shoes which are appropriate for running and climbing.

 

Purchasing uniform

All items of school uniform can be purchased from Shaw Hardcastle in Halifax town centre. Their address is:

Shaw and Hardcastle

3 Old Arcade

Halifax

Telephone: 01422 353949

The uniform prices have been agreed between school and Shaw and Hardcastle.