School Uniform And Dress Code
Our school uniform policy, rules and expectations have been designed to be simple, fair, and reasonable to parents, caregivers, students, and staff. Pupils are required to wear the necessary school uniform when attending school, representing the school, or participating in a school-based event outside normal school hours.
Students with even school numbers are sorted into House Grey while those with odd numbers are placed in White House. White House learners wear white polos on Wednesdays and Fridays to school while House Grey learners wear grey polos.
Boys’ shirts must be tucked into shorts and secured with a black belt. Girls’ skirts should be knee-length; jewellery should be kept to a minimum and nail polish should not be worn.
Shoes must be worn with a pair of white ankle-length socks. Shoelaces must always be fastened. Slippers, flip-flops, or crocs are not allowed.
Parents are encouraged to take care of learners’ hair, skin, and fingernails. Boys and girls should keep short hair. Students are not allowed to wear coloured hair or dyed hair to school. When a student wears long hair, it should be tied back. No writing on school uniforms or school-approved apparel will be permitted except embroidery or iron-on labels of learners’ names for ease of identification.
Parents and caregivers are entreated to observe the school uniform/dress code policy. Parents and caregivers should speak to the Administrator when there are difficulties in observing the dress code. Any student with medical reasons wishing to wear clothing/ footwear other than the prescribed must provide a medical letter stating the reason and how long the exemption applies.