At Corpus Christi we take pride in the high standard of uniform which is described below. Jumpers, ties and girls’ trousers have to be bought from YC Sports in Crwys Road who are our approved suppliers. Pupils are not allowed to buy jumpers from other suppliers and sew badges on to them. From time to time during your child’s years at Corpus Christi, the school may clarify or adapt its uniform rules in response to changing fads or fashions.
|Black traditional style trousers||Black trouers with a moderate bootleg OR black A Line or pleated skirt. (The length of the skirt must be no longer than the mid-calf and no shorter than just above the knee).|
White long sleeved shirt (winter)
White short sleeved shirt (optional in summer)
Both are to be worn tucked inside the trousers
White long sleeved shirt type blouse (winter)
White short sleeved shirt type blouse (optional in summer)
Both are to be worn tucked inside
|School tie - kept in good condition||School tie - kept in good condition|
|V-Necked black pullover with badge||V-Necked black pullover with badge|
Black leather shoes.
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|Black socks||Black knee length socks (not over the knee) OR thick tights (winter). Black ankle socks (summer)|
As above, but with a distinctive tie.
Duffel coat, fleece, anorak or mackintosh - in plain black. Leather or material of a similar appearance is not allowed. School scarf or plain black scarf.
Fleeces are allowed as long as they are:
- Completely black. Different coloured linings or collars are not permitted.
- Three-quarter length. Waist length jackets are not permitted.
Hairstyles / No Make Up
Hair must be kept neat and tidy.1 watch and one signet ring are allowed.
No shaving, patterns, outlandish styles or colours are allowed. Boys’ hair must not be longer than the bottom of their shirt collar. Girls are also allowed one pair of small studs or sleepers. No other form of studs or body-piercing is permitted
No make-up is allowed.
Inappropriate jewellery is confiscated for a month. Trainers and inappropriate clothing are kept for at least a week
Children need, of course, to be equipped for lessons. All pupils must therefore have with them :
- 2 Pens - (roller ball pens or metal roller pens are superior to the BIC type biro to help pupils to produce tidy work)
- Set of coloured pencils (not felt pens)
- Pencil sharpener