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Uniform

KG Class

KG Logo
KG Logo
KG Uniform
KG Uniform
 
  • SUMMER
    White short pants and school belt, light green checked bush-shirt (sample available for viewing from the school), white socks, black shoes with Velcro, patka for Sikh boys : white
  • PT Days (Summer)
    T-shirt as per class colour (parents will be informed of the same at the beginning of the year), white short pants and school belt, white shoes with Velcro.
  • WINTER
    Worsted grey trousers, lemon polo neck shirt, dark grey socks, black shoes with Velcro, bottle green pullover with v-neck, bottle green patka for Sikh boys.
  • PT Days (Winter)
    Grey track suit (sample available at school), white shoes with Velcro, bottle green pullover with v-neck, bottle green patka for Sikh boys.

(for 2017, students of classes 1 to 4 may wear the previous year sports uniform instead of the designated track suit).

Junior School

Junior A Front
Junior A Front
Junior A Back
Junior A Back
Junior B Front
Junior B Front
Junior B Back
Junior B Back
Junior C Front
Junior C Front
Junior C Back
Junior C Back
Junior D Front
Junior D Front
Junior D Back
Junior D Back
Junior E Front
Junior E Front
Junior E Back
Junior E Back
School Belt
School Belt
Junior Uniform
Junior Uniform
Junior Lower Front
Junior Lower Front
Junior Lower Back
Junior Lower Back
Junior Lower Side
Junior Lower Side
 
  • SUMMER (March to October)
    Short-sleeved white shirt (with school name engraved), white long trousers with the school belt, white socks, black shoes, white patka for Sikh boys.
  • WINTER (November to February)
    Worsted grey long trousers, Classes 1 & 2 : lemon coloured long sleeved polo necked shirts; Class 3 : white long-sleeved shirtshirts with collars wide enough to be comfortably buttoned and school tie, school belt, school pullover / school blazer, school sweatshirt (official only), grey socks, black shoes, bottle green patka for Sikh boys.
  • PT Days
    On PT days the students are to wear the school track suit with white keds (keds of other colours are not permitted).
    If students are required to tog out, students must wear black shorts and white T-shirt (with no writing or design) or the school coloured T-shirt.

Middle & Senior School

Middle & Senior A
Middle & Senior A
Middle & Senior B
Middle & Senior B
Middle & Senior C
Middle & Senior C
Middle & Senior E
Middle & Senior E
Middle & Senior Front
Middle & Senior Front
Middle & Senior Back
Middle & Senior Back
Middle & Senior Lower Front
Middle & Senior Lower Front
Middle & Senior Lower Back
Middle & Senior Lower Back
Middle & Senior Lower Side
Middle & Senior Lower Side
 
 
 
  • SUMMER (March to October)
    Short-sleeved white shirt (with school name engraved), white long trousers, school belt, white socks, black shoes. White patka for Sikh boys.
  • WINTER (November to February)
    Worsted grey long trousers, white long-sleeved shirts with collars wide enough to be comfortably buttoned, school belt, school tie, school pullover / school blazer, school sweatshirt (official only), grey socks, black shoes, bottle green patka for Sikh boys.
  • PT Days
    On PT days the students are to wear the school track suit with white keds (keds of other colours are not permitted).
    If students are required to tog out, students must wear black shorts and white T-shirt (with no writing or design) or the school coloured T-shirt.

All students are to keep their hair well groomed. Parents are responsible that their children’s hair is cut and well cared for.

Earing, wrist bands, the wearing of jewellery (chains / earrings, etc.) is strictly forbidden.

Mobile phones are not allowed. The Administrator of the Senior School, in consultation with the Principal may formulate an alternative policy regarding mobile phones, if she / he considers the same necessary.

While parents may purchase the uniform from any dealer of their choice, the uniform must strictly adhere to the prescribed school uniform. It is the responsibility of parents to ensure that their children are well dressed before leaving home, They are to encourage their children to wear the school uniform with pride.