180 Waterloo Road, Hornby, Christchurch 8042

Ph (03) 349 5396

Kia ora koutou. Talofa. Kia Orana. Malo e lelei. Bula. Fakaalofa atu. Kumusta. Greetings to all.

 

Uniform

Shop Hours for 2016 (no appointment necessary)

 

Wednesday 2.00 pm – 3.30 pm and Thursday 1.30 pm – 4.00 pm

(These days are term time only)

The Hornby High School uniform is school-branded and the Hornby High School Uniform Shop is the sole provider of all school and PE uniform for all year 7 to year 13 students.

Contact Details:

  • Phone 3495-396 ext 870 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • PAYMENT – Cash, Credit Card, Cheque and EFTPOS available.

All students are expected to be in school uniform at all times.

Uniform- Girls 2013websizedUniform – Girls

Jersey or cardigan - regulation navy with gold trim and logo.

Skirt - regulation navy, length 10cm below knee

Blouse - Short/long sleeved with logo

Socks - Navy ankle or knee socks. Navy tights.

Shoes - Black leather school shoes (with laces, buckles or strap)

Jacket - regulation navy polar fleece lined jacket with gold trim.

Blazer - regulation, ordered from the school shop.

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Jersey - regulation navy with gold trim and logo

Shirt - Short/long sleeved with logo

Trousers - regulation navy cotton  

Shorts - regulation navy cotton

Socks - Navy walk socks

Shoes - Black regulation leather lace-up or strap school shoes

Jacket - Regulation polar fleece lined jacket with gold trim

Belt - Plain black with a narrow buckle                    

Blazer - Regulation, ordered from the uniform shop

  

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Other Uniform items

Hornby High School cross-over tie (girls only)

Hornby High School tie (boys or girls)

Caps, beanies and scarves must be Regulation - School branded

Physical Education Uniform (boys and girls)      Regulation navy t-shirt with logo and navy shorts. The P.E. uniform can be purchased from the school shop. Sports shoes and socks are required but bare feet may be permitted for some activities.

   

 Grooming and Jewellery

  • Hair must be clean, tidy, and clear of the face. Not so long so as to be dangerous in workshops etc. Extreme hairstyles or colours are not permitted
  • Boys must be clean-shaven
  • No jewellery is to be worn except for small plain earrings, one in each ear
  • Facial piercings are not acceptable
  • Taonga (a bone or greenstone carving): These may be worn next to the skin at the base of the neck on the collarbone. They may only have a thin leather strap or woven flax cord.