Harvest Christian School

PRIMARY

SCHOOL UNIFORMS

FOUNDATION PHASE (Grades 1 -3)

SUMMER AND WINTER UNIFORM:

  • Harvest tracksuits or Harvest
  • Quantec shorts
  • Navy blue golf shirt with badge
  • Short white socks
  • White tekkies

INTERMEDIATE PHASE (Grades 4-7)

GIRLS’ SUMMER UNIFORM:

  • White short-sleeved shirt with flat open collar
  • Navy blue pinafore
  • White ankle socks
  • Black lace-up, T-bar or buckle-up school shoes (smooth leather style).
  • Navy blue V-neck jersey (sleeveless or long sleeved) with school badge.
  • Harvest new tracksuit top for cold or wet days (Grades 4-6)
  • Navy blue blazer with school badge on pocket (compulsory for Grade 7’s)

 

GIRLS’ WINTER UNIFORM:

  • White long-sleeved shirt with button up collar (no badge required)
  • School tie (Grades 4-7)
  • Navy blue pinafore
  • Navy blue opaque nylon stockings
  • Black lace-up, T-bar or buckle-up school shoes (smooth leather style)
  • Harvest new tracksuit top for cold and wet days (Grades 4-6)
  • Navy blue V-neck jersey (sleeveless or long sleeved) with school badge
  • School scarf (navy blue with two white stripes on each end)
  • Plain navy blue gloves
  • Navy blue blazer with school badge on pocket (compulsory for Grade 7’s)

 

BOYS’ SUMMER UNIFORM

  • White short-sleeved shirt with flat open collar and school badge on the pocket
  • Short or long grey school trousers with belt loops.
  • Black belt (smooth leather style)
  • Plain grey socks (long with short pants and short with long pants)
  • Black lace-up school shoes (smooth leather style)
  • Harvest new tracksuit top for cold and wet days (Grades 4-6)
  • Navy blue V-neck jersey (either sleeveless or long sleeved) with school badge
  • Navy blue blazer with school badge on the pocket (Compulsory for Grade 7’s)

 

BOYS’ WINTER UNIFORM

  • White long-sleeved shirt with button up collar (no badge required)
  • School tie (Grades 4 – 7)
  • Long grey school trousers with belt loops
  • Black belt
  • Plain grey socks
  • Black lace-up school shoes (smooth leather style)
  • Harvest new tracksuit top (for cold and wet days) – Grades 4-6
  • Navy blue v-neck jersey (either sleeveless or long sleeved) with school badge
  • School scarf (navy blue with two white stripes on each end)
  • Plain navy blue gloves
  • Navy blue blazer with school badge on the pocket (compulsory for Grade 7’s)

School Rules for Uniforms:

  1. Grade 7 pupils must wear blazers on Wednesdays and Fridays, during summer and winter for both Mini Chapel and combined Chapel.

  2. Items of clothing that are intended for use by a specific group within the school, i.e. a tour windbreaker jacket, etc. may not be worn to school or in public as part of the official summer or winter uniform.

  3. GIRLS: Hair that reaches the collar must be secured neatly, away from the face and toward the back of the head in a ponytail, plait, bun etc. Fringes must be cut to above the eyebrows. Pupils may use navy blue or tortoise-shell hair bands or Alice bands, silver, navy blue or tortoise-shell click clips, or black, navy blue or tortoise-shell slide clips to secure any strands of hair that are not long enough to reach the ponytail etc. Fringes that reach the eyebrows must be clipped back. Other alternatives are not deemed appropriate.
    Colouring or tinting of hair is not permitted. Dual or multi-coloured weaves are not permitted, neither are coloured weave-beads permitted.
    Weaves must be neat, against the head. Should the weave reach the collar, it must be secured neatly, away from the face and toward the back of the head in a ponytail, plait or bun. ‘Afro’ styles OR ‘high’ styles are not permitted and natural hair must be neat against the head as much as possible.

  4. BOYS: Hair must be cut to above the eyebrows when brushed straight over the forehead, above the top of the ears and above the shirt collar. Hair should generally be kept thinned, short, neatly brushed and must not attract unfavourable attention. Hair may not be marked, stepped or spiked in such a way that causes it to be a noticeable deviation from the school’s cultural norm. Pupils may not have lines or images cut into their hair.

  5. The more fashionable European comb-over is permitted, however, long fringes must be off of the forehead and/or face. Hairstyles must be approved by Primary School management.

  6. Colouring or tinting of hair is not permitted.

  7. Styling products may be used in order to keep hair away from the face.

  8. ‘Afro’ styles OR ‘high’ styles are not permitted and natural hair must be neat against the head as much as possible.

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