- Boys are expected to ensure that their dress and appearance bring credit to the School and themselves.
- The School has a formal uniform, a separate uniform for summer as well as sport and physical education (PE) uniforms. These are listed below:
- The formal uniform is also the winter School uniform. Boys are required to wear their blazers to and from school whenever the formal uniform is worn. Boys may wear the school pullover, however, it should be worn with blazer and not instead of. Blazers may be taken off at school and should be hung on the special hook located in each boy’s personal locker.
- At other times boys are expected to wear the appropriate school uniform whilst travelling to and from school and for all school functions unless otherwise informed.
Formal Uniform (and Winter Uniform)
Blazer (with House braid Years 7-12)
College grey trousers
Black School belt
School pullover (jumper)
Tie (or Year 12 tie)
* These must be polishable lace-up black shoes (not boots or sport shoes).
Sport & PE
Tracksuit (top and pants)
Poly/cotton shirt (gold with navy stripe, collar, crest)
White sport socks
House polo shirt
Sports shoes (predominately white)
Navy school hat
Rash top for aquatics
- The school polo shirt is the playing top for PE.
- Hats and caps with the School Crest are available at the Uniform shop. Only hats and caps are to be worn by boys at the school. Hats and or caps are to be worn at all outdoor sports and PE classes.
- Suncreen lotion: boys are encouraged to bring their own sunscreen lotion. However, sunscreen lotion is available in the PE centre and is included in the kits for summer games.
Sports uniform when travelling
When travelling to or from training or matches boys must wear either the School uniform or the School tracksuit. During summer, boys may be permitted to travel without the School tracksuit but the overall appearance of the sports uniform must be one of neatness. Footwear must be worn, unless otherwise instructed by the supervising staff.
After school sports training
- All boys are expected to wear their match or House sports uniform and the correct footwear.
- When travelling to or from training, boys must wear either the appropriate sports uniform, school uniform or school tracksuit top.
- The school tracksuit jacket may be worn when travelling to matches and as the warm-up and cool-down top. It may also be used in the same way on training days but is NOT a training or in competition.
During summer, boys may be permitted to travel without the school tracksuit but the overall appearance of the sports uniform must be one of neatness. Footwear must be worn, unless otherwise instructed by the supervising staff.
The following specific uniforms are to be worn whilst playing inter-school sport:
House Athletics:– Plain House polo (light blue, dark blue, red, gold, brown, light green, orange and dark green, Navy PE shorts.
School Athletics team:- School Athletics singlet, navy blue athletic shorts and School Sports team shirt.
School athletics singlet, navy PE shorts, white sports socks and the correct footwear. (The school provides numbered singlets for matches).
White shirt, long white trousers, white socks, white joggers or cricket boots. Members of the 1st and 2nd XI wear long trousers and a special shirt with a white cricket hat.
School polo shirt, navy PE shorts (in Year 8). Rowing zoot suit, white tee School ‘V’ neck team top, rowing toweling hat (for Years 8 -12).
Navy PE shorts, school polo shirt, school rashie.
School racing bathers. School ‘V’ neck team top if selected in the school team, rash top (optional)
Tennis polo, navy PE shorts, sport shoes and white sport socks (1st VIII wear special shirt).
Volleyball polo, navy PE shorts, sport shoes and white sport socks (1st VIII wear special shirt).
Badminton polo, navy PE shorts, sport shoes and white sports socks (1st IX wear a special shirt).
Cross country singlet, navy athletic shorts. (1st XV wear a special shirt.).
Navy CCGS football shorts, football socks, football jumper (blue with yellow yoke) and football boots. (1st XVIII are provided with a special jumper).
Navy PE shorts, hockey polo and football socks. (The 1st XI wear a special shirt).
Years 5-9 school rugby jumper; Yrs 10-12 senior rugby top; navy blue rugby shorts and football socks. (The 1st XV wear a special jumper).
Soccer polo, navy PE shorts and football socks. (The 1st XI wear a special shirt).
Surf Life Saving
School Gold Polo, blue school shorts, school bathers (wet suit instruction from TIC)
|Art||Chess||Debating||Drama||Mock Trials||Music||Army Cadets||Life Saving Cadets||ENCOMM|
Each symbol is 1.3cm high, placed centrally at the bottom of the blazer pocket.
House Half Colours
Braid/ribbon in the House Colour with a gold band through the centre of the ribbon.
This is sewn on the top of the blazer pocket.These practical guidelines have been compiled to assist parents and boys in the interpretation of the expectations at Christ Church Grammar School.
|EXPECTATIONS||EXAMPLES OF WHAT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE|
|WINTER / FORMAL UNIFORM||School blazer (and House ID ribbon) to be worn to and from the School every day:
|White shirt and school tie
|School grey trousers with a black belt||
|SUMMER UNIFORM||School white and navy striped shirt||
|School navy shorts||
|EXPECTATIONS||EXAMPLES OF WHAT IS NOT ACCEPTABLE|
|AT ALL TIMES||School navy pullover||
|Polished black leather shoes||
|Jewelry is not to be worn. No piercings, rings, jewelry or wristbands are to be worn:
In keeping with the statement on dress and appearance, hairstyles should be tidy and not grown or groomed in an extreme or exaggerated fashion
Hair should be regularly cut, kept neat and above the eyebrows, ears and shirt collar. It must be of natural colour, worn off the face and should not be able to obstruct sight
Hair should be cut not shorter than a number three cut, nor have significant contrast in length
Hair should not be tucked behind the ears or need to be tied back in any way in order to play sport. Boys should be clean shaven at all times