All school uniforms are available from The Uniform Shoppe 28A Wood Street, Papakura. PH 299-8412

You can also purchase online via their website https://www.theuniformshoppe.co.nz/

Rosehill Labelled
The shirt, blouse, skirt, shorts and trousers all have a small Rosehill College label on them.

PLEASE NAME ALL GEAR

Junior uniform – Years 9 and 10
1. Jersey – regulation blue V necked jersey with Rosehill College crest embroidered on it.
2. Shirt – short sleeved Rosehill labelled sky blue shirt.
3. Blouse – white short sleeved Rosehill labelled blouse.
4. Shorts/Trousers – either royal navy Rosehill labelled polyester/cotton shorts or navy poly/viscose Rosehill labelled trousers. Trousers may be worn with navy blue or black plain belt.
5. Skirt – regulation tartan skirt Skirt to be mid-knee in length.
6. Socks – If wearing blue shorts and black shoes, sky blue walk socks (60% wool/40% nylon) are to be worn.
If wearing trousers, plain navy or black socks to be worn.
If wearing the skirt, plain, black socks to be worn or, as an alternative, black or navy stockings may be worn, without socks.
7. Polar Fleece – regulation blue with Rosehill crest embroidered on it.
8. School Jacket– blue anorak jacket with red piping.
9. Footwear – see next page.

Senior Uniform – Years 11 and 12
1. Jersey – regulation blue V necked jersey with Rosehill College crest embroidered on it.
2. Shirt – short sleeved Rosehill labelled chambray blue shirt.
3. Blouse – chambray blue short-sleeved Rosehill labelled blouse.
4. Skirt – dark navy Rosehill labelled skirt. Skirt to be mid-knee in length.
5. Skirt – dark navy Rosehill labelled long skirt
6. Shorts/Trouserseither dark navy Rosehill labelled shorts or dark navy Rosehill labelled trousers, Trousers may be worn with navy blue or black plain belt.
7. Socks – If wearing blue shorts and black shoes, black socks with sky hoops are to be worn.
If wearing trousers, plain navy or black socks to be worn.
If wearing the skirt, plain, black socks to be worn or, as an alternative, black or navy stockings may be worn, without socks.
8. Polar Fleece – regulation blue with Rosehill crest embroidered on it.
9. School Jacket– blue anorak jacket with red piping

All Students, Years 9 to 12
Footwear – Plain flat black shoes or plain flat black sandal with single heel strap. ‘Plain black sandals or shoes’ means without any other colouring or adornments. Platform shoes or heeled sandals are not permitted.

If you are unsure whether a shoe or sandal you are purchasing meets these requirements, please consult the school.

Physical Education – PE polo shirt and shorts manufactured by Colenco and only available from the The Uniform Shoppe.
Jewellery – NO jewellery to be worn other than one small round sleeper per ear, a watch and a recognized ‘medicalert’ bracelet.

Head-bands – Black or White only.

Hats/Caps – Plain navy blue bucket hat or cap only.

Hair – If artificially coloured, must be dyed with natural colours only. No extreme hairstyles (like Mohawks, shaved hair lines running through hair, for example) will be allowed. Boys to be clean shaven.

Scarf – Rosehill scarf or plain black scarf can be worn in terms 2 or 3.

T-Shirts – Plain black or plain white t-shirts may be worn under the school shirt. T-shirt is to be seen at the neck only.

Make-up & Nail Polish – If worn, these must be a natural shade.

Taonga – Taonga may be worn in the following manner:
• One item only will be worn
• Around the neck ONLY, excluding earrings or head dress of any kind ¬
• Outside the school uniform allowing ‘taonga’ to be visible
• Taonga must be removed or made safe when students engage in physical activity where the ‘taonga’ may cause harm to themselves (the wearer) and or others, for e.g. in sports, drama and dance and technology
• Students and their parents must also insure that the design of their taonga is reasonably practical and can be easily worn without impending or restricting movement, is not oversized or inappropriate

Year 13 Dress Code
Preamble
As with all members of the College community, Year 13 students are expected to maintain a high standard of dress that is appropriate to uphold the values that the College aims to nurture as reflected in our mission statement:
“Together we create an environment for personal excellence”
Year 13 students are also eminent role models and leaders in the College and they should therefore dress in a way that befits this.
Personal safety is also an important consideration, especially where students use laboratories, workshops and gymnasiums.

All Year 13 students
To recognise their transition to the world of work and further study, Year 13 students may wear mufti. As school is a formal, work-day environment, mufti should at all times be of a high standard and beach wear and unacceptable fashion fads (eg ripped and torn clothing) are not appropriate.
All items of clothing and footwear are to be clean and in a good state of repair. At this level, the College acknowledges students’ individualites and differences of taste, while encouraging them to recognise the leadership role they all hold at the College.

Students are asked to be mindful of the number of different ethnicities, cultures and religions represented in our school community and hence to wear their clothing so that it does not cause offence or discomfort for others.

• Clothing is not to promote activities that contravene school rules or breach community standards by being offensive (for example: T-shirts that advertise alcohol/smoking etc.)

• Attire, jewellery and make-up are to be moderate and not excessive. The discreet use of make-up, nail varnish and jewellery is permitted.

• Footwear must be worn and “rubber” jandals are not permitted. Dress sandals & scuffs are acceptable.

• Board shorts are acceptable provided they are not torn or holed.

• Caps / hats and /or sunglasses are not to be worn during assemblies or lessons.

The College reserves the right to withdraw the privilege of this dress code from any Year 13 student who does not meet the required standard.