We are very proud of the appearance of our pupils. Our uniform is a symbol of belonging to Christchurch Junior School and underlines the sense of community we seek to develop. We see it as a clear statement of identity both inside school and when we are on educational visits away from site. The children should take pride in their appearance and present a positive image for our school. We ask for your support in this matter.
Children of parents in receipt of certain benefits may be entitled to a clothing grant in the form of a voucher which may be redeemed at Stevensons in Southbourne. Please contact the school office in the first instance.
Our school uniform is available from the following outlets:
148 -150 Seabourne Road
Telephone: 01202 425192
Furthermore we are now pleased to advise you that, as well as being able to purchase from the Southbourne shop, uniform is available now available to be ordered online from Stevensons. Click here for the current price list.
Maroon V-neck sweatshirt with embroidered logo or maroon sweatshirt cardigan with embroidered logo
Gold polo shirt with logo
Grey trousers for boys
Grey skirt or pinafore for girls
Grey socks for boys
White socks for girls
Maroon crewneck T-shirt with logo
Black shadow stripe shorts
White sports socks
Black football socks
Maroon book bag with logo
Maroon PE bag with logo
Maroon fleece with embroidered logo (for outdoor use only)
Grey trousers for girls
Red striped or checked summer dress for girls
Black tracksuit bottoms
Maroon crewneck sweatshirt (for outdoor use only)
We expect pupils to wear sensible, school shoes and not trainers in school. We also ask for your support in controlling the size of heel as a matter of health and safety. We do not allow children to wear boots, sling back or mule type shoes which do not support the ankle. Shoes should be worn with grey or white socks (or grey tights in colder weather). Trainers are not allowed (except for use in the playground at break times and lunch times only).
We do not allow the wearing of jewellery in school unless a Medic Alert / SOS Talisman is needed. Children whose ears are pierced may wear plain studs if necessary but we cannot accept responsibility for the loss or damage of jewellery brought to school. During PE, earrings will need to be removed or taped for health and safety reasons. Children may wear a watch but must be responsible for it. All other forms of jewellery are not allowed for reasons of safety. We do not allow children to wear make-up or nail varnish to school.
The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children. We would greatly appreciate the support of parents and carers with this issue. Long hair should always be tied back. These guidelines apply to both boys and girls.
With over 500 children wearing similar items of clothing, it is vital that all schoolwear is clearly marked with the child’s name. We do accumulate large amounts of unclaimed, unmarked clothing in lost property. We request that all garments are named using woven name tapes, iron-on labels or a permanent laundry marker so that ‘lost’ items can be returned to their owners. Any unnamed and ‘lost’ items are placed in our lost property box and anyone is welcome to view this box when items have been mislaid. The school cannot accept responsibility for the replacement of lost items of clothing or personal belongings.