Uniform

UNIFORM for 2019

Students are expected to wear their uniform in accordance with the regulations set down by the Board of Trustees. Students should wear their uniform with respect for themselves and pride in their school. This includes from the time they leave for school and until they arrive home. In all uniform matters, the Principal’s judgement is final. All items should be named.

St Peter’s College Uniform Shop is operated and managed by UNIFORM GROUP.

Regulation refers to an item of branded or St Peter’s-specific clothing only available from the Uniform Group Shop (onsite at SPC).

Pricing and further information can be found on the Uniform Group website here.

 

SUMMER UNIFORM

Junior Boys
Regulation navy shorts or trousers.
Regulation white shirt (short sleeves).
Regulation green jersey.
Plain black sandals with heel straps (no socks) or black shoes with regulation socks. 

When wearing trousers footwear must be shoes and socks.

Junior Girls
Regulation Skirt (black watch tartan ) Compulsory.
Regulation green jersey .
Regulation white shirt (short sleeves).
Plain white ankle socks.
Plain black sandals with heel straps (no socks) or black shoes with plain white ankle socks.

When wearing trousers footwear must be shoes and socks.

Optional items:
Regulation Skort (navy).
Regulation trousers (Navy).

Senior Boys
Regulation navy shorts or trousers.
Regulation white shirt (short sleeves).
Regulation green jersey.
Plain black sandals with heel straps (no socks) or black shoes with regulation socks.

When wearing trousers footwear must be shoes and socks.

Regulation navy tie (to be worn for formal occasions).
Regulation green blazer (for formal occasions).

Senior Girls
Regulation Skirt (black watch tartan) Compulsory.
Regulation green jersey.
Regulation white shirt (short sleeves).
Plain white ankle socks
Plain black sandals with heel straps (no socks) or black shoes with plain white ankle socks.
Regulation navy tie (to be worn for formal occasions).
Regulation green blazer (for formal occasions).

Optional items:
Regulation Skort (navy).
Regulation trousers (navy).

When wearing trousers footwear must be shoes not sandals.

Hat
St Peter’s College branded hats, or a plain dark green, navy or black sun hat may be    worn in summer. No other branded hats are to be worn with the uniform at any time. Hats are not to be worn in class.

WINTER UNIFORM (Terms 2 and 3)

Junior Boys
The winter uniform is the same as the summer uniform with the long sleeve white shirt replacing the short sleeve option.

Regulation Soft shell navy jacket.

Junior Girls
The winter uniform is the same as the summer uniform with the long sleeve white shirt replacing the short sleeve option.

Black tights.
Regulation Soft shell navy jacket.

Senior Boys

The winter uniform is the same as summer uniform with the long sleeve white shirt replacing the short sleeve option.
Tie & Blazer.
Regulation Trousers (for formal occasions).
Regulation Soft shell navy jacket.

Senior Girls

The winter uniform is the same as summer uniform with the long sleeve white shirt replacing the short sleeve option.
Tie & Blazer.
Black tights.
Regulation Soft shell navy jacket.

Scarf (Optional)
An official St Peter’s College dark green/navy striped scarf is available. No other Scarves to be worn. Not to be worn in class.

Hat (Optional)
A plain dark green, navy or black beanie may be worn in winter. No other branded hats are to be worn with the uniform at any time. Hats are not to be worn in class.

PE UNIFORM

Juniors
PE Uniform is compulsory for Year 7 – 10 students and is available from the Uniform shop.

Seniors
Students in core PE, Sport Studies and PE Studies should wear appropriate sport mufti for their classes. 

SPORTS UNIFORM

The majority of sports teams will be supplied with uniforms from the Sports Department.  These must be returned in a clean condition after the sports event. If not, parents will be invoiced for the replacement uniform.  Some teams, however, will need to wear the Lotto polo shirt and shorts when representing the College. Students will be notified of this prior to representing the College.

SHOES

In winter they should be standard black polishable leather – lace up or buckled. Use the images as a guide. They should not be any sort of branded or unbranded sport or skate shoe even if “school shoe” or “good for school” is written on the box. Skate shoes, pumps, slip-ons, sports shoes or boots are not acceptable.

Summer uniform sandals should be black standard school type and must have a heel strap – they are to be worn without socks and should not have any type of lace or strap that ties up above the ankle.
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Uniform Transition

The new uniform will be phased in in the following manner:

Year 7 New entrants wear the new uniform.

Year 8 have the option of wearing the 2019 new uniform or retaining the existing uniform until Year 11 when it is compulsory to change.

Year 9 New entrants wear the new uniform. Existing Year 9 students have the option of wearing the 2019 new uniform or retaining the existing uniform.

Year 10 have the option of wearing the 2019 new uniform or retaining the existing uniform until Year 11 when it is compulsory to change.

Year 11 wear the new uniform. 

Year 12/13 have the option of wearing the 2019 new uniform or retaining the existing uniform. 

The uniform must be either the new style or existing uniform not a combination of both. 

WHAT UNIFORM DO I WEAR?

The regulation uniform is designed to be worn throughout the summer and winter with the addition of a long sleeve shirt/blouse & soft shell navy jacket in the winter for additional warmth. The Senior blazer can be worn to school daily during the cooler months but during the summer term will generally be worn for formal occasions only.

Hoodies are not allowed to be worn in school; only the regulation school jersey and school navy jacket should be worn in the winter months. 

HOW DO I WEAR MY UNIFORM?

Students must demonstrate high standards of personal presentation by wearing their uniform correctly and with pride in the school. Students should also keep their uniform clean, tidy and well maintained.

SKIRTS/SKORTS

School skirts/skorts should not be modified or shortened and the integrity of the skirt design should be maintained. 

Please note: The Deputy Principal reserves the right to check skirts/skorts. If any student is wearing an extremely short skirt/skort well above the required limit (and can’t make it longer because it has been cut off), they will be expected to purchase a replacement skirt/skort immediately.

GROOMING

HAIR 

  • Hair must be well groomed, tidy and off the face. All long hair is to be tied back in teh interests of Health & Safety. Ribbon or ties used to tie hair back must be black only.
  • Hair should be only be natural hair colours. Extreme hair styles including dreadlocks and shaved heads are not acceptable.
  • Male students are required to have a clean shaven face.

JEWELLERY  and/or other forms of personal adornment or decoration

  • Any jewellery or adornment that poses a health and safety risk to the student or others is not acceptable.
  • A taonga or religious necklace is able to be worn provided that it is worn under the school uniform and is not visible.
  • Small plain studs and sleepers may be worn.
  • No other jewellery (bracelets, rings, exposed piercings) or adornments are acceptable, and must not be worn at any time.
  • No item or adornment should be worn at school unless approved by the school.

NAIL POLISH AND MAKE UP
If worn, makeup should be minimal. No nail polish should be worn at any time.

For any exemptions to grooming as a result of chariable fundraising, please see the Principal.