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Christ Church Church Of England Primary School

School Uniform

Pupils are expected to wear the School uniform. This encourages a sense of belonging and avoids disputes over unsuitable clothing. The uniform is practical, inexpensive and widely available.

School uniform can be purchased from PMG Schoolwear 393-395 Hook Road, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 1EL, Tel: 020 8786 2211. Alternatively our uniform can be ordered online at www.pmgschoolwear.co.uk and by doing this you can collect the uniform from the shop in Tolworth or it can be delivered by paying a postage charge.

In addition, a couple of times a year, the Parents & Staff Association organise second hand uniform sales. 

Our School Uniform Policy can be found on our Policies webpage.

School Uniform

  •  navy sweatshirt or navy cardigan with logo
  • navy reversible fleece/raincoat with logo

  • navy fleece with logo (to be worn as outside garment only)

  • pale blue polo shirt with or without logo

  • pale blue roll neck pullover (optional)

  • grey trousers/shorts

  • grey socks

  • navy trousers

  • navy pinafore dress

  • navy skirt

  • navy/white or pale blue/white summer dress

  • navy, white or grey tights/socks

  • book bag

  • Sensible black/blue shoes are recommended with a secure fastening - NO boots, open toe sandals or trainers are to be worn (unless there are special circumstances).


All children need an apron or old shirt.


  • a plain light-blue t-shirt
  • dark coloured jogging bottoms/shorts
  • single colour trainers

Reception need a named kit bag to hang on their pegs to keep their kit in.

Years 1 to 6 come to school dressed in their kit on PE days. 

For reasons of safety the wearing of jewellery is discouraged. Children may be asked to remove items, which are considered to be dangerous. 

Children in Year 3 need a swimming kit and towel. Jewellery must not be worn at the swimming pool.

Non School Uniform Dress Code

We have occasional non-uniform days organised by either the school or the PSA.

The dress code for these days is "school appropriate clothing" and therefore own clothes worn to school must be suitable for the activities that take place as part of the school day.

The following must be taken into consideration:

  • No short shorts or short skirts
  • No crop tops or tops/t-shirts that leave midriffs uncovered and no tank tops or vest tops
  • No flip-flops or backless footwear or heels, due to health and safety reasons
  • No excessive make up or jewellery - face paint and appropriate make up can be worn e.g. as part of World Book Day costumes or on the PSA colour day
  • No onesies
  • No clothing with offensive or inappropriate logos