The uniform shop operates from Fish Hoek High School. The hours are 13:30 – 16:00 Monday – Friday. Please enter through reception.
Junior Boys (Grades 8 & 9): Grey trousers (either long or short) grey socks, polished black lace-up school shoes (no buckles, suede or tackies), prescribed white school shirt (long sleeved or short), with tartan collar and tartan trim on pocket and hip length with slits. A black school jersey, school fleecy top or school track suit top are optional. A black belt with neutral buckle is required.
Senior Boys (Grades 10, 11 &12): As for juniors except that they are not permitted to wear the fleecy or tracksuit tops. Senior boys are required to wear a blazer, with or without a black school jersey.
Junior Girls (Grades 8 & 9):
Tartan skirt with prescribed long- or short-sleeve shirt with tartan collar and tartan trim on pocket, white ankle socks (or 70dm black stockings) and black lace-up school shoes or closed ‘baby doll’ shoes (not suede or tackies). A black school jersey, school fleecy top or school track suit top are optional.
Prescribed girls’ tailored charcoal trousers may be worn with black socks instead of the tartan skirt.
Senior Girls (Grades 10, 11 &12): As for juniors except that they are not permitted to wear the fleecy top or tracksuit tops. Senior girls are required to wear a blazer.
General, for both boys and girls:
- Winter wear includes the school scarf, only black gloves and an official black beanie with the school name embroidered on it.
- For Physical Education pupils are required to wear school sports clothing. Alternatively, any T-shirt (but preferably the class T-shirt) and shorts or tracksuit pants in school colours. Girls may not wear tank-tops, denim shorts or transparent leggings. Footwear is not essential.
- For Swimming in Physical Education: Boys: dark coloured speedo, “jammer”, full draw-string board shorts or rugby shorts.
- Girls: any dark-coloured full body costume.
- The sports uniform includes official white tops, the official black and red vest and black shorts (or skorts for the girls), each with school badges. Some teams may use special uniform items. The official school track suit or fleecy top may be worn over sports clothes.
- Matrics may elect to wear their official matric tie (with a plain white buttoned-up shirt) and / or jersey. The jersey may be sleeveless, long-sleeved or a button-up cardigan.
- During Ramadan, on receipt of a note from parents,
- girls may wear a white or black scarf at all times,
- boys may wear a white or black kofia.
- Pupils observing Lakshmi Poojaa may wear the required red string, on receipt of a note from the parents.
- Blazers are worn by all grade 10 – 12 pupils and only by Grade 8 and 9 pupils who have been awarded Colours. The blazer must be worn by the seniors TO AND FROM SCHOOL, to assemblies and evening functions.
- The official school beanie only may only be worn to and from School. They may not be worn at School.
- Pupils are encouraged to take a pride in their appearance. It is important to maintain a high standard of dress (including cleanliness and repair) and appearance.
Boys’ dress regulations
- Must be neatly cut and of a reasonable uniform length.
- Should be off the collar, eyebrows and ears.
- May not be cut or styled in a way that attracts attention
- May not be bleached or dyed.
- May be braided, provided that the result is neat, plain and unadorned, i.e. no beads, decorations or extensions.
- Beards, moustaches and sideburns are not permitted.
- No jewellery or piercing, apart from a watch, is to be worn by boys while in school uniform.
- Tattoos may not be visible
- The shirt worn with the official matric tie must be tucked in and the buttons must be done up.
- The collars of the boys’ shirts should be worn inside the blazer.
Girls’ dress regulations
- Girls’ blouses must be buttoned up to the glad-neck section.
- The collars of the girls’ blouses should be worn outside the blazer.
- Skirts should not be worn higher than a palm-width above the knee and may not be rolled at the waist.
- No jewellery or piercings may be worn, apart from a watch and one small sleeper or plain stud in the lower section of each ear lobe.
- Tattoos may not be visible.
- Hair styles may not attract attention.
- May not be bleached or dyed unless it looks natural. Only soft perms will be permitted.
- Hair touching the shoulders must be tied up and hair hanging in the eyes must be clipped or tied back, close to the head.
- Bangs as long as the chin must also be pinned back. Ribbons, scrunchies, combs and hair bands must be plain school colours, silver, gold or the same as the natural colour of the hair. Wide bands, nets or scarves are not permitted.
- Braiding of hair with extensions and weaves are permitted provided that the result is neat, plain and unadorned, i.e. no beads or decorations. Extensions and weaves must be of the same colour as the natural hair and conform to the same rules as natural hair.
- No make-up is allowed other than clear nail polish.
- Nails must be of a suitable length and kept clean and neat.
If a pupil is found to be wearing incorrect clothing or jewellery and cannot produce a “Uniform Defaulter” slip signed by one of the senior staff indicating that the departure from regulations has a valid reason,
(a) the jewellery or clothing will be confiscated for a week,
(b) the pupil may be required to write out the dress regulations and
(c) additional punishment (e.g. detention) may be imposed.
Pupils who have problems with their uniforms must see one of the senior staff at the beginning of the day with a letter from their parents. The letter must please indicate the date by which the uniform irregularity will be rectified.
Only name badges and School-issued badges may be worn. Specific permission is required for any other insignia.
On the blazer, only the scroll of the highest award achieved in a discipline or code is worn, i.e. the lesser award is removed when the higher award is received.
Junior scrolls may only be worn on the school jersey.
Only a name badge and Counsellor badge (for members of the SRC) may be worn on an Honours blazer.
On a few days during the year, e.g. Valentine’s Day, pupils are permitted (on payment of a small fee which goes to charity) to come to school without uniform.
Civvies replace the school uniform for the day, but that does not mean that the standard of dress is lowered. Any pupil inappropriately dressed will be sent home to change into their school uniform.
Clothing should be neat, clean and modest. Shoes are required. Headgear and dark glasses may not be worn when pupils are being addressed by teachers.