Although St Christopher’s does not have a compulsory uniform policy, we strongly recommend that your son/daughter wears the school uniform. We believe that school uniform contributes positively to students' behaviour, as when students wear uniforms they feel more part of the school collective and behave accordingly.
We also think that our pupils can become distracted by fashion trends and status symbol clothing. Therefore, when all students are dressed in regulation uniforms, there is less focus on fashion in the classroom and more focus on their learning. Our school uniform consists of a polo shirt and sweat shirt (both with school logo), dark trousers or skirts and appropriate footwear (not trainers).
We encourage students to dress appropriately for the weather conditions and the school setting and appreciate parental support with this.
The uniform can be purchased from the Uniform Direct store or from their web site at www.uniform-direct.com.
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