Uniform

 

Uniform may be purchased at:
 
H & J Smith Limited

(Full uniform)

66-74 Tay Street
Invercargill 9810

Telephone: 03 211 0199

Facsimile: 03 211 0195

Email: reception@hjsmith.co.nz

 
The Warehouse
(some uniform items)
 
 
Telephone: 03 214 9970
 
On Line Service
Click link to an Invercargill Company My Uniform  https://myuniformlimited.co.nz/about-us/
(some uniform items)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

Uniform

 

Girls’ Uniform:      

Skirt: Hargest green A-line skirt .

Kilt: Hargest kilt to be worn with mid brown tights or above the knee beaver brown socks and the long sleeved white shirt (skirt or kilt may be worn throughout the year).

Shirt: White blouse with long sleeves, pointed collar and straight hem or white short sleeved polo shirt with Hargest collar stripes and pocket monogram.

Socks: ¾ white below the knee socks or white sockettes. 

Shoes: Plain black leather, laced, flat, dress (NOT t-bar).

Jersey: Cardinal red V necked jersey with school monogram.

Vest: Cardinal red V necked vest with school monogram.

Blazer: School regulation blazer may be worn.

Tie: Red, gold, grey; must be worn with long-sleeved blouse with summer and winter uniform (senior campus only).

 

Boys’ Uniform:

Shorts: Grey serge.

Shirt: Long sleeved, straight hem grey flannel or white short sleeved polo shirt with Hargest collar stripes and pocket monogram.

Socks: Grey with regulation red and gold top.

Shoes: Plain black leather, laced, dress.

Jersey: Cardinal red V necked jersey with school monogram.

Vest: Cardinal red V necked vest with school monogram.

Blazer: School regulation blazer may be worn

Tie: Red, gold, grey; must be worn with long-sleeved white shirt (senior campus only).

Belts: Black or dark grey with standard buckle (senior campus only).

 

Boys’ Dress Uniform:

Long grey trousers, a white shirt and plain grey or black socks. School tie must be worn.

Plain black leather, flat, dress shoes.

 

Uniform for Travelling Teams:

Dress uniform with blazer.                     

 

PE Uniform – Girls’ and Boys’:

Plain black shorts or black track pants.

Sports top T–shirt, red and gold. White polyprop may be worn underneath in winter.

Gym shoes with white soles (not to be skate shoes, soft soles without laces or soft sandshoes).

White or black short socks.

Optional: Black warm-up hoodie with school logo on front and surname on back, worn with pe uniform only.

 

General:

Sandals: Optional in terms 1 and 4. Flat black, plain, with a heel strap and one ankle strap. Thong styles are not permitted. Socks are not to be worn with sandals. Sandals are not to be worn in laboratories and technology rooms. Sandals are not to be worn in Terms 2 and 3.

Jacket: Any plain black weatherproof jacket (not cotton).

Undergarment: A plain white t-shirt or polyprop may be worn under the uniform tops for extra warmth.

Hat: Plain white hat or cap for sun protection.

Beanie: Optional.  Cardinal red with gold stripe.

Scarf: Optional.  Cardinal red with gold stripe.

Gloves: Optional.  Black.

Blazer: Regulation red with monogrammed pocket.

 

Personal Grooming:

Hair colour must be natural in appearance. Unnatural and/or multi-coloured hair is unacceptable.

Extreme hairstyles are not acceptable (including shaved head, mohawks and tails).

Hair must be tidy, off the face and collar.

Students with longer hair must have it all tied back with plain hair bands (only colours of the school uniform may be used).

Boys’ faces must be clean shaven.

No jewellery is to be worn. The exception is one plain gold or silver stud (not ear-rings) in each earlobe.

No make-up or nail varnish may be worn.

 

General Points:

All uniform items are to be worn correctly.

All students using the workshops must wear protective clothing.

Skirts must be of a reasonable length, neither very short nor very long.

Parents are asked to be sure that uniform and footwear are in good order at the start of each term. All garments should be clearly marked with the owner’s name.

If in doubt regarding items of uniform, please check by ringing the school office before a purchase is made.

 

The PTA operates a scheme for the sale of second-hand uniforms. Sales are held at the end of the school year and towards the end of January. The sales will be advertised in The Southland Times and in the school newsletter. At other times, items can be bought or sold by arrangement with Lisa in Student Administration. If, for any reason, a student has to wear an item of non-regulation clothing to school, they must bring a note from parent/caregiver explaining the reason and bring this to the Associate Principal or Deputy Principals. Uniform items may be loaned in the short term.