School uniform

GRADES 1 – 7

 Girls Summer Uniform

Boys Summer Uniform

  • Navy blue school skirt
  • White, short sleeve open neck shirt
  • White ankle socks with black school shoes
  • If required, royal blue school jersey or school blazer may be worn.
  • A school tie should always be worn with the school blazer.
  • Grey school shorts
  •  White, short sleeve open neck shirt
  •  Grey school socks with black school shoes
  •  If required, royal blue school jersey or school blazer may be worn.
  •  A school tie should always be worn with the school blazer.
  •  Please note:  The Grade 7 boys may wear long grey trousers in summer
  • Navy blue school skirt.

 

 

Girls Winter Uniform

 Boys Winter Uniform

  • White long sleeve shirt with school tie
  • Long grey school socks with black school shoes
    OR School tracksuit worn with white golf T-shirt, grey school socks and black school shoes.
  • If required, royal blue school jersey or school blazer may be worn.
  • A school tie should always be worn with the school blazer.
  • If required, the official school beanie and scarf  may be worn.
  • Long grey school trousers.
  • White long sleeve shirt with school tie
  • Long grey school socks with black school shoes
    OR School tracksuit worn with white golf T-shirt, grey school socks and black school shoes.
  • If required, royal blue school jersey or school blazer may be worn.
  • A school tie should always be worn with the school blazer.
  • If required, the official school beanie and scarf  may be worn.

P T Uniform

Learners must bring their PT uniform to school on the days they have PT lessons and on the days they do sport during the extra-mural activities.

Girls

Boys

  • Navy blue shorts.
  • School netball skirt on Match days.
  • White golf T-shirt.
  • White ankle socks and white running shoes.
  • Navy blue shorts.
  • White golf T-shirt.
  • White ankle socks and white running shoes

 Hair:

  • Hair must always be clean and neat and in a style that is appropriate for school, preferably in its natural state. Hair must not hang in the eyes.
  • Gels and lotions may only be used for control, not for styling and should not be visible
  • Hair may not be coloured, tinted or dyed.

Girls:

  • Braids are permitted. Braided extensions are permitted provided they are the same colour as the natural hair colour. ‘Rastafarian’ type extensions are not permitted.
  • Shoulder length hair must be tied back with either a plain white ‘scrunchy’ or with white ribbons
  • Elaborate combs may not be worn in the hair. If used, combs must tone in with the natural hair colour. Clips must also tone in.

Boys:

  • Boys: Braids are NOT permitted.
  • Extensions, including ‘Rastafarian’ type extensions, are not permitted.
  • Hair should be short and natural.
  • No Mohawks or other elaborate hairstyles are permitted.

Nails:

  • Nails are to be kept short and clean
  • Nail polish may not be worn.

Make-up:

  • Make-up may not be worn.
  • No lip gloss is allowed.

Jewellery:

  • Watches and medical bracelets are allowed.
  • Simple chains with crosses may be worn provided they are not visible under the blouse or shirt.
  • Any other item of jewellery is not allowed.

Girls:

  • Earrings are permitted provided that there is only one per ear lobe and that it is either a plain stud or a small, thin sleeper.

Boys:

  • Earrings are not permitted at all, including on Civvies days or other informal school functions.
NO-NO’S!!!
  • The wearing of gloves and beanies in class during lessons.
  • Towels wrapped around bodies for warmth.
  • Jackets and jerseys wrapped around bodies during the day (throughout the year).
  • Netball skirts as school uniform.
  • Long sleeve vest protruding from short sleeve shirts.
  • Any coloured T-shirts, polo neck or other garments worn under school shirt should not be seen.
  • Coloured lanyards around necks to be either in pocket or school bag.
  • No school shoes without socks.
  • Boys not to wear white socks with school shoes.
  • Combs or any protrusions from hair will not be permitted.