BOYS

  • Blazer
    • Regulation Navy School Blazer with badge as part of the pocket. Colour code of Blazer – 47269.
    • In summer, where the short-sleeved shirt is worn, the blazer may not be worn. A long-sleeved shirt is always worn with a blazer and tie.
    • In winter a long-sleeved shirt with a tie and blazer is compulsory.
    • Only badges and insignia officially issued by the school may be worn on the school blazer. No other badges or ribbons are allowed.
    • Sleeves may not be rolled up and only the original buttons are allowed on the blazer.
  • Jersey
    • Regulation navy blue school jersey with stripes on V-Neck.
  • Pullover
    • Regulation navy blue sleeveless pullover with stripes on V-Neck.
  • Shirt
    • Summer White, open-neck, short-sleeved shirt with School Badge on pocket – must be tucked in properly.
    • Winter White, long-sleeved shirt.
  • Shoes
    • Black leather lace-up thin-soled school shoes.
    • Black shoe laces must be tied at all times.
  • Socks
    • Regulation navy blue with school stripes on calf-turnovers or plain grey.
    • If socks are visible then the trousers are too short and too ‘skinny’.
  • Tie
    • Regulation striped tie. Must be worn with white long-sleeved shirt and blazer.
    • A senior tie is available for Grades 10 to 12.
  • Trousers
    • Long regulation grey flannels with or without turn-ups.
    • They must be standard length and width.
    • Tapered or flared longs may not be worn.
    • BLACK belt, with plain buckle.
    • Trousers may not be tailored into fashionable trends – such as skinnies or shortened length
  • Caps & Beanies
      • Only the official school cap and beanie are allowed. These are not to be worn inside
        the class
  • Matric Jerseys and Jackets
    • Only the official jersey and jacket may be worn by Grade 12 learners. They may be worn in place of the school blazer. Senior Councillors are only permitted to wear their jackets on Fridays and during examinations.
    • The wearing of the jersey and the jacket is a privilege. If the Code of Conduct is not adhered to, this privilege will be taken away.

GIRLS

  • Blazer
    • Regulation Navy School Blazer with badge as part of the pocket. Colour code of Blazer – 47269.
    • In summer, where the short-sleeved shirt is worn, the blazer may not be worn. A long-sleeved shirt is always worn with a blazer and tie.
    • In winter a long-sleeved shirt with a tie and blazer is compulsory.
    • Only badges and insignia officially issued by the school may be worn on the school blazer. No other badges or ribbons are allowed.
    • Sleeves may not be rolled up and only the original buttons are allowed on the blazer.
  • Shirt
    • Summer White, open-neck, short-sleeved shirt with School Badge on pocket – must be tucked in properly.
    • Winter White, long-sleeved shirt.
  • Shoes
    • Black leather lace-up thin-soled school shoes.
    • Laces must be tied at all times.
  • Skirt
    • Regulation navy blue pleated skirt colour code 47269.
  • Socks
    • Regulation navy blue with school stripes on calf-turnovers or plain grey.
    • If socks are visible then the trousers are too short and too ‘skinny’
    • In summer white foldover socks must be worn with the skirt
    • Stockings Long black stockings – not ribbed – may be worn in winter only.
  • Trousers
    • Long regulation grey flannels with or without turn-ups.
    • They must be standard length and width.
    • Tapered or flared longs may not be worn.
    • If a belt is worn, only a plain BLACK belt, with plain buckle.
    • Trousers may not be tailored into fashionable trends – such as skinnies or shortened length.
  • Jersey
    • Regulation navy blue school jersey with stripes on V-Neck.
  • Pullover
    • Regulation navy blue sleeveless pullover with stripes on V-Neck.
  • Tie
    • Regulation striped tie. Must be worn with white long-sleeved shirt and blazer.
    • A senior tie is available for Grades 10 to 12.
  • Caps & Beanies
    • Only the official school cap and beanie are allowed. These are not to be worn inside
      the class
  • Matric Jerseys and Jackets
    • Only the official jersey and jacket may be worn by Grade 12 learners. They may be worn in place of the school blazer. Senior Councillors are only permitted to wear their jackets on Fridays and during examinations.
    • The wearing of the jersey and the jacket is a privilege. If the Code of Conduct is not adhered to, this privilege will be taken away.

GENERAL

BOYS

  • Hair regulations
    • Neatness is paramount in judging whether hairstyles conform to requirements.
    • Boys hair must be kept short and must not touch the collar.
    • No learner is permitted to colour their hair.
    • Any hair style which involves layering into ‘steps’ is disallowed.
    • The braiding of hair and dreadlocks is permitted in straight corn rows – no fashion styles or patterns are allowed such as comb overs, mohawks. Wax, gel, oil, is not acceptable.
    • Hair must be combed at all times.
    • Boys are to be cleanly shaven at all times.
    • Boys are not allowed to wear ponytails.
  • Jewellery
    • No jewellery (except watches) may be worn.
    • Under no circumstances will any type of earring/stud be allowed while a boy is in school uniform. This applies to both during and after school hours.
    • Bristles may not be used to keep the hole open.
  • Tattoos are not allowed. Visible tattoos must be covered at all times.
  • Exemptions on grounds of religion are to be directed in writing to the School Governing Body for permission. Letters from the parents and the religious leader are required.

GIRLS

  • Hair Regulations
    • Neatness is paramount in judging whether hairstyles conform to requirements.
    • Hair in front of the head must not cover the face or part of it, especially when the learner sits in a writing position at a desk.
    • Girls who wear their hair longer than shoulder length must tie their hair neatly with a black, navy blue, white or emerald green hairband. (A standard hair band or elastic – no fashion accessories are permitted)
    • No learner is permitted to colour their hair.
    • No fashion hairstyles are allowed.
    • The braiding of hair is permitted in corn rows – no fashion styles or patterns are allowed.
    • Hair extensions may be worn provided that they are neatly tied up and must be natural hair colour. Hair extensions must be of an acceptable length and thickness.
    • Dreadlocks must be properly styled and locked.
    • Hair must be combed at all times.
  • Jewellery
    • Earrings for pierced ears – small plain studs or sleepers, one per ear only to be worn in the earlobe in the lowest hole.
    • No jewellery (except watches) may be worn.
    • Nose, tongue and eyebrow rings/studs may NOT be worn.
    • Bristles may not be used to keep the hole open.
  • Tattoos are not allowed. Visible tattoos must be covered at all times.
  • Exemptions on grounds of religion are to be directed in writing to the School Governing Body for permission. Letters from the parents and the religious leader are required.

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT PART OF THE SCHOOL UNIFORM AND MAY UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE WORN:

BOYS

  • No suede shoes, shoes with buckles, track shoes or boots.
  • Jackets -Baseball jackets, wind breakers, track suit tops, leather jackets, hoodies and drimacs.
  • Jerseys – no jersey, plain or patterned, other than the regulation navy school jersey may be worn
  • T-Shirt – if a t-shirt is worn under the shirt, only a plain white t-shirt is allowed and must not be visible.
  • No belts with studs or coloured belts may be worn.
  • Beanies/Caps are NOT permitted.

GIRLS

  • No suede shoes, shoes with buckles, track shoes, boots or baby dolls.
  • Socks – thick white socks and shuffle socks. White socks are not allowed in winter.
    Thick-ribbed stockings, brown or flesh-coloured panty hose and leggings.
  • Jackets -Baseball jackets, wind breakers, track suit tops, leather jackets, hoodies and drimacs.
  • Jerseys – no jersey, plain or patterned, other than the regulation navy school jersey may be worn
  • Skirts – without pleats may not be worn.
  • T-Shirt – if a t-shirt is worn under the shirt, only a plain white t-shirt is allowed and must not be visible.
  • Underwear must NOT be visible.
  • No beads, ribbons and multi-coloured hair bands.
  • Beanies/Caps are NOT permitted.
  • Make-up of any sort, such as eyeliner, mascara or lipgloss. Only natural eyebrows allowed.
  • Nail polish and long nails are not allowed.

UNIFORM STOCKIST:
Economic Outfitters, Booysens – 011 493 2820
Mondeor Outfitters – 011 680 1974