UNIFORM REGULATIONS - KAIKORAI VALLEYUNIFORM REGULATIONS - KAIKORAI VALLEY

  UNIFORM REGULATIONS  

KAIKORAI VALLEY COLLEGEKAIKORAI VALLEY COLLEGE

At Kaikorai Valley College, we believe that wearing uniform correctly and neatly is important in developing a sense of pride in oneself and the school. Students are expected to wear full and correct uniform and to be well groomed at all times, including whilst travelling to and from school. The following regulations include changes that were passed by the Board of Trustees. This means the following regulations will be enforced. All students are to be in full uniform.

JUNIOR UNIFORM
Trousers/Shorts Regulation grey trousers or grey shorts.
Kilt KVC kilt
Shirt With shorts or trousers - White ‘Polo-style’ shirt with collar - long or short sleeved.
Blouse With kilt - White long or short-sleeved buttoned blouse.
Socks With shorts - regulation KVC grey socks with red and green tops.
With Kilts - Plain short white ‘crew socks’ (see diagram) or black tights.
With trousers - grey, black, or white crew socks.
Shoes Black plain, flat-heeled lace-up. College-style leather shoe, with black laces.
Jersey Regulation KVC monogrammed red V-necked jersey.
Vest Regulation KVC monogrammed red V-necked vest (optional).
Jacket PLAIN black, bottle green or red waterproof jacket with no advertising or writing (an exception will be made for small brand names). NO cotton jackets, polarfleeces, zip up hoodies, leather or imitation fur will be permitted. If there is some uncertainty, please contact the school before purchase.
A Kaikorai Valley Junior College jacket will be issued to Year 7 and 8 students.

SENIOR UNIFORM
Trousers Regulation grey long trousers
Kilt KVC kilt
Shirt With trousers - Long or short-sleeved buttoned shirt.
Blouse With kilt - White long or short-sleeved buttoned blouse.
Tie Regulation KVC tie.
Blazer Regulation KVC blazer
Socks With shorts - regulation KVC grey socks with red and green tops.
With kilt - Plain short white ‘crew socks’ (see diagram) or black tights.
With trousers - grey, black, or white.
Shoes Black plain, flat-heeled lace-up. College-style leather shoe, with black laces.
Jersey Regulation KVC monogrammed red V-necked jersey.
Vest Regulation KVC monogrammed red V-necked vest (optional).
Jacket PLAIN black, bottle green or red waterproof jacket with no advertising or writing (an exception will be made for small brand names). NO cotton jackets, polarfleeces, zip up hoodies, leather or imitation fur will be permitted. If there is some uncertainty, please contact the school before purchase.
Year 7 and 8 Jackets Junior College students will be provided with a Junior College jacket when they commence here. This is free of charge and must be returned at the end of the year.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Regulation KVC monogrammed red and green top, which double as sports’ team uniform top. Bottle green shorts.

SCARF
Plain bottle green, black or red scarf. (Scarves may not be worn in class).

HIJAB
Plain red, bottle green or black hijabs may be worn by our Muslim students

HATS
Red or bottle green full brimmed hats may be worn for sun protection. Only the school beanie may be worn in the winter months. Hats and or beanies must not be worn indoors at any time.

ALL STUDENTS
School badges and blues may be worn on a jersey, vest or blazer lapel.
The white polo shirt can be worn tucked in or out. It may not show hanging below a jersey at any time.
Junior blouse is to be worn out over the kilt.
All blouses may be worn untucked when wearing the tie and blazer.
All white shirts are to be worn tucked in when wearing the tie and blazer
Only plain (ie no lettering or designs) WHITE tee shirts may be worn under a shirt or blouse.
The KVC regulation jersey must be worn to and from school, at formal occasions such as assemblies and prizegivings (unless a student is wearing a blazer), and when entering timetabled classes. Students may remove their jerseys during class and at intervals and lunchtimes.
Vests can be worn with a short or long sleeved shirt/blouse.
During extended periods of warm weather, particularly in summer, jersey requirements may be relaxed, although all students are still required to bring their KVC jerseys or vest to school in anticipation of a weather change and for assemblies.
The blazer can only be worn with a white shirt/blouse, tie and long trousers/kilt. The jersey or vest may be worn under the blazer on cold days but not on formal occasions.
The jacket is an over-garment which is only to be worn over the top of a jersey or blazer (not instead of a jersey or blazer). Jackets are not to be worn inside.
Sports style shoes (even if made of black leather) are not permitted neither are slip on shoes or shoes with buckles [please see photographs overleaf]. Parents in any doubt about a suitable shoe style should check with a Deputy Principal before making a purchase.
Shoes must be worn with laces done up firmly on the front of the shoe. Velcro fasteners are not permitted.
Socks - only plain short white crew socks with the kilt (see picture), and plain grey, black or white crew sock with trousers. Regulation school socks must be worn with shorts. No brand names or coloured bands.

JEWELLERY AND MAKE-UP REGULATIONS
No rings are permitted.
A watch may be worn.
No bracelet of any kind may be worn with the exception of a medic alert.
Two plain small gold or silver studs per ear. (Ear stretchers are not to be worn at any time).
One nose stud – a ‘pin head’ sized plain silver or gold.
The school reserves the right to determine whether a nose or ear stud is of an appropriate size or not.
Other facial jewellery is not permitted. (eg lip, chin, eyebrow).
A necklace or bone carving may be worn underneath the school uniform but must not be visible.
No makeup is to be worn. This includes no nail polish and no tinted foundation.
Hair must be of a naturally occurring colour. The Senior Management team will deem what is appropriate.
Faces must be clean-shaven, including Year 13 students.