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  • Forever After - Senior Show 2015

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  • Plenty of Open spaces

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Uniform

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Uniform Guidelines @ Mahurangi College

We take pride in wearing our uniform at Mahurangi College.

We aim to look smart, professional and tidy at all times.

Our school uniform is to be clean, tidy, worn correctly and must be named.

Uniform Review - Timeline and Conditions for the changes 

The votes have been counted and the decision has been made. Thank you to everyone who voted as part of our uniform review. 1100 votes were made.

The Year 13 shirt will stay as a plain white shirt but with the new logo. The Year 7 to 12 shirt will be changed to the Blue Stripe option. Both options of the knitwear will be available.

The introduction of the new items will be phased in over the next few years.

1   Existing uniform can be worn until the end of 2019.

2   Existing uniform can be bought at a discounted rate until stocks are depleted, but not after the end of 2019. Ask the uniform shop for discounted rates.

3   From 2017 students may buy new uniform items, however new uniform items cannot be mixed with existing shirts and jumper.

4   Uniforms are now purchased online. The uniform shop is now closed. Information about the online ordering system was sent out in Term 3 2016.

5   Reviewed uniform rules are communicated below

Uniform: Online Ordering   Click Here to purchase your School Uniform”

 

Main Uniform

Girls - Girls wear a school shirt and a skirt or a pair of unisex shorts or trousers. Girls may choose to wear a skort.

Boys - Boys wear a school shirt and a pair of unisex shorts or trousers.

Year 13 - Year 13s wear a white school shirt with the same shorts, skirt or trousers. 

Physical Education  - Students in Year 7 to 10 are expected to wear the school P.E. gear.

Shoes

Students must wear a plain black shoe or sandal below the ankle.

The shoes must be completely black (shoe, sole and laces) and have no coloured logos.
The shoes must be clean, tidy and worn correctly.
No high heels, must be a walking shoe.
No boots, high tops, plastic or rubber shoes.
Sandals must have a backstrap.

Socks
Socks and stockings must be black with no logos. No ankle socks

 

Hair

Hair must be clean, neat, tidy and off the face at all times.

Natural hair colours only.
No extreme styles.
Students must be clean shaven.
Hair ties and accessories must be school colours only - red, black, dark blue and white.
For Health and Safety reasons in certain classes, such as PE, technologies and science, you must wear hair longer than shoulder length tied back.
If attending a formal occasion and wearing a blazer, hair must be tied back

Jewellery

Only the pieces stated below may be worn:

Up to two plain small studs or standard sleepers may be worn in each ear (only 2 per ear).  
No other piercings.

One wristwatch may be worn.

A culturally significant necklace may be worn but it should not be visible.

For health and safety reasons, at times students will be asked to remove jewellery in which case  the student is responsible for its care.

No visible tattoos.

Keeping warm

A school jacket or jumper is part of the uniform and both are designed to keep you warm.

A plain black tee-shirt or long sleeved thermal may be worn under the school shirt but must be tucked in and not hanging out below. (Y13’s undershirts must be white)

A plain black scarf may be worn in the winter terms. (Y13s may wear white scarves)

To and from school on cold and wet days students may wear a plain black or navy raincoat (these items are not to be worn during the school day).

Keeping sun safe

A plain navy or black cap can be worn outside.

At full day school events students can wear any sun hat.

Non-regulation Items

No make-up is to be worn.

No Mahurangi College team/group hoodies are to be worn during the school day.

No non-regulation jewellery is to be worn.

Teachers will confiscate non-regulation items .