School Uniform

One of the basic philosophies of this School is our emphasis on total equality amongst our students. This is very important in promoting a sense of community and togetherness and eliminates any financial distinction between the children.Equality is practiced in many ways – the same food eaten by all boarders (including the staff), the same uniform, the same living conditions, the same text books and note books, the same equipment and facilities for games and hobbies, the same discipline and so on.

This is why we are careful not to permit any signs of affluence amongst students and do not allow Mobile phones, laptops, digital tablets and any other expensive item on campus. We are sure no one cant fault this policy and parents are therefore requested to ensure that their child is not allowed to carry to School any items of value.

By the same token, we consider “School Uniform” very significant. This is why we have a printed “Clothes List” which clearly specifies what the school will supply and what can be brought from home.

Please note that the items on the School Supply List must not be sent from home even if similar apparel is available in the child’s wardrobe, especially school track-suits, pullovers, ties, belts etc.

Clothes List

  • Summer (1st April to Mid-November)

  • On all days except Wednesday and Saturday: -
  • School Striped Shirt – Half Sleeves (with School logo)
  • Grey Trousers/Skirts/Shorts
  • Grey Socks
  • School Belt
  • Black Leather Shoes (Square Toe not permitted)
  • Wednesday & Saturday: -
    • House T-Shirt (Coloured)
    • White Trousers/Skirts/Shorts
    • White PT/Tennis Shoes
  • Winter (Mid November to 15th March)
    • School Striped Shirt – Full Sleeves (with School Logo)
    • Grey Woolen Trousers (for both boys & girls)
    • Grey Woolen Socks/Stockings
    • School Pullover (Full Sleeves/Half Sleeves)
    • School Tie
    • School Blazer (with logo)
  • Wednesday & Saturday: -
    • School Tracksuit
    • White PT/Tennis Shoes

All students are expected to wear neat and crisp school uniform and take pride in wearing it.

Except sikh boys, others are not permitted to attend school with long hair or long side locks. Sikh boys are permitted with sky blue turban.

Girls must tie their hair neatly and wear blue hair-band or rubber bands with school uniform and white skirts with games uniform.

No Jewelry is permitted in school.

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