School Uniforms

UNIFORMS:

The purpose of wearing the school uniform is to promote, amongst others, RESPECT, UNITY, PRIDE, DISCIPLINE, DIGNITY and REPRESENTATIVITY at activities.

  • Learners and parents not certain about the uniform should consult with the office.
  • School TIES are compulsory for all boys and girls wearing shirts. The tie must bear the school’s logo.
  • The school will not be held responsible for any clothing items/valuables confiscated, which are not in keeping with the Dress Code or regulations.
  • Cell phones and any other device not approved by the office are not allowed at school.  Cell phones/other devices found in the possession of learners will be confiscated.  The school will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to those confiscated items.
  • Contravention of the school’s dress code will result in Disciplinary Action instituted against the learner as outlined in the Learner Code of Conduct.
  • Uniform checks will be done on a continuous basis by all staff members.

SUMMER & WINTER UNIFORM FOR GIRLS

  • Light Blue Tunic (not shorter that 5 cm above the knee)
  • Navy Blue School Jersey (with logo)
  • Short White anklet socks or Navy stockings/legging
  • Black leather School shoes
  • Plain Navy woollen beanies (winter)
  • Long Grey Flannel School trousers (no Dickie pants)
  • Navy Blazer (with logo) – compulsory.
  • If a long Grey trouser is worn, a Light Blue school shirt with logo (long sleeved) and a school tie must be worn (see boys requirements). The trousers must not be to tight.
  • School tracksuit (with logo) for sporting and other related activities
  • HAIR – Clip back long hair and plait.  Short hair must be brushed from the face.  Hair bands must be navy or black.  Hair may not be frizzy or bushy.  A maximum of two plaits or braids is permitted.  Hair must be the colour of the learner’s NATURAL HAIR.  Colour rinses, dyes or bleaches may not be used.  No fancy or ultra modern styles and patterns are permitted. No hair extentions, bonding, wigs or any form of artificial hair is allowed.  Hair must take the form of the head.
  • JEWELLERY – only small plain gold or silver studs for pierced ears, and only one per ear is allowed on the lobe.  The only other jewellery which may be worn are the wristwatch and a medical bracelet.  Jewellery, which has a religious significance, may be worn only if the religious leader has submitted a letter to the Principal.  This jewellery may not be visible.  No piercing of the body will be allowed other than the ear lobe.
  • MAKE-UP – Coloured nail varnish is prohibited.  Fingernails must be cut short & must not be longer than the point of the finger.  Make-up or tattoos or any other decorative marks made on the skin is prohibited.  Contact lenses to be the natural colour of the learner.

SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS ALLOWED FOR GRADE 12 LEARNERS:

  • Grey flannel skirt (not shorter than 5 cm above the knee)
  • Light blue school shirt
  • Navy School tie with Logo (COMPULSORY) to be worn shirt
  • Black Mail colour  shade stockings with navy court shoes or black school shoes with long grey socks
  • Grey Flannel School trousers under grey skirt may be permitted under special circumstances (no Dickie pants)
  • Special design matric jackets as determined by the school

SUMMER & WINTER UNIFORM FOR BOYS

  • Long Grey Flannel School trousers (no Dickie pants)
  • Light Blue school shirt (short/long sleeved) with logo on the pocket
  • Navy School tie with Logo (COMPULSORY)
  • Navy Blue School Jersey (with logo)
  • Grey school socks
  • Black leather School shoes
  • Plain Navy woolen Caps/beanies (winter)
  • Navy Blazer (with logo) – compulsory for all Grade 8, 9 and 10 learners in 2010.
  • School tracksuit (with logo) for sporting and other related activities
  • HAIR – hair should be cut traditionally so that it is clear of neck, ears and forehead.  No fashionable or radical styles are permitted.  Hair should not be spiked. Hair must be the colour of the learner’s NATURAL HAIR. Colour rinses, dyes or bleaches may not be used.  Sideburns may not be longer than half of the ear.  Hair in the back may not touch the collar.  Hair must take the form of the head.  Hair must not be too thick.  No fancy or ultra modern styles are permitted.  The use of styling agents like gel, mousse, lotion, conditioner, etc is not allowed.  A little use of hair oil for hair nourishment may be used (not to style). No hair extensions, bonding, wigs or any form of artificial hair is allowed.
  • SHAVING OF THE FACE – All male learners must be clean-shaven at all times (once they have begun shaving).  If they have never shaven, they need to remove facial hair using a scissors.  No moustaches or beards are allowed.  Learners whose facial hairs are visible will be asked to remove it with a scissor or disposable razor provided by the school.
  • JEWELLERY – No earrings or jewellery pierced into any other part of the anatomy is permitted. The only jewellery which may be worn is the wristwatch and a medical bracelet.  Jewellery, which has a religious significance, may be worn only if the religious leader has submitted a letter to the Principal.  This jewellery may not be visible.
  • MAKE-UP – Coloured nail varnish is prohibited.  Fingernails must be cut short & must not be longer than the point of the finger.  Make-up or tattoos or any other decorative marks made on the skin is prohibited.  Contact lenses to be the natural colour of the learner.