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School Uniform and Equipment

The dress code is strict, but does leave some room for flexibility for students to express their personal preferences and cultural identity.

BOYS GIRLS
Regular Long or Short sleeve Plain Cream Colour Shirt
Coffee Colour Pent
Plain Black Shoes
Black Shocks
School Belt
from Nur to Std. VII
Cream Colour Shirt
Coffee Colour Skirt

from Std. VIII to Std. XII
Coffee Colour Kurta
Cream Colour Shalwar
Cream Colour Dupatta

Plain Black Shoes
Black Shocks
School Belt
Friday &
Saturday
Long or Short sleeve Plain White Colour Shirt & T-Shirt
White Colour Pent
Plain White PT Shoes
White Shocks
School Belt
from Nur to Std. VII
White Colour Shirt
White Colour Skirt

from Std. VIII to Std. XII
White Colour Kurta
White Colour Shalwar
White Colour Dupatta

Plain Black Shoes
Black Shocks
School Belt
Winter Coffee Colour Sweater Coffee Colour Sweater
Coffee Colour Scraf

Dress Code

  • Shirts should be tucked in.
  • Paint must not be worn below the waist.
  • Girls’ skirts should be 'A' line and knee length.
  • Hair accessories and head scarves should be black or white.
  • Earrings are limited to studs and no other jewellery is permitted.

School Equipment

When you come to school you must bring the equipment you will need for that day.
Every day you should bring:

  • A clear pencil case
  • Pens & pencils
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Rubber
  • Ruler
  • Coloured pencils
  • Pritt stick

It is a good idea to pack your bag each evening ready for the next day. Then you can check your timetable and make sure you don’t forget anything. You will need to remember your books for the day’s lessons .

Is there anything I’m not allowed to bring?

Yes. Please don’t bring any of the following things to school:

  • Mobile, Camera, MP3 players, iPods , headphones any Electronic item
  • Scissors
  • Make-up & nail varnish
  • Chewing gum

MP3 players, mobile phones or other electronic equipment are not to be used in school. These devices are a major cause of theft at the school. Students bring them to school at their own risk. If mobile phones/MP3 players are seen to be used within lessons, they will be confiscated and returned when parents collect them.