Uniform

Uniform

Junior Girls & Boys (Years 9 and 10)
Sky blue monogrammed polo shirt
Royal blue monogrammed jersey
Royal blue monogrammed sweat top (optional)
Girls:   Green Ancient Douglas design kilt
            Roman sandals in brown, blue or black, worn without socks or pantyhose OR
            Approved black leather school shoes worn with either white socks (worn above the ankle and below
            the knee) or tights in navy, black or tan.
Boys:   Grey cotton drill shorts
            Roman sandals in brown, blue or black, worn without socks OR
            Approved black leather school shoes worn with Upper Hutt College boys socks
 
Senior Girls (Years 11, 12 and 13)
Senior girls may wear the uniform for Junior Girls as detailed above, or the following:
Upper Hutt College white dress shirt worn with girls cross-over tie (in place of the polo shirt)
Upper Hutt College black dress trousers (Terms 2 and 3 only)
 
Senior Boys (Year 11, 12 and 13)
Senior boys may wear the uniform for Junior Boys as detailed above, or the following:
White dress shirt worn with Upper Hutt College tie (in place of the polo shirt) AND
Upper Hutt College black dress trousers
Royal blue monogrammed jersey
 
PE Uniform (for all students doing Physical Education)
Upper Hutt College PE top and PE shorts
Sports shoes with non-marking soles worn with sports socks
 
Additional items include:
Upper Hutt College rain jacket (lightweight or winter weight)
Blazer (optional for seniors)
Upper Hutt College scarf, beanie or cap
 
Guidelines
- Students are expected to be clean and well presented. Uniform is to be worn correctly
- A plain white short-sleeved tshirt or polyprop top may be worn beneath the school polo shirt
- Hair is to be clean and tidy, no extreme cuts, styles or unnatural colours
- Boys must be clean shaven
- Makeup which portrays a natural look or has an unobtrusive appearance is acceptable
- Nail polish is not permitted
- Students may wear two plain studs or sleepers in each ear, a wristwatch and one flat ring
- Taonga and necklaces of religious/cultural significance may be worn provided they are not visible.
- One small nose piercing is allowed but it must be a small, plain stud. No other visible piercing (including tongue, or eyebrow piercings).