Uniform

Mairangi Bay students are proud to wear their uniform to school and sporting events.  Full uniform details are provided to parents in a parent handbook which is available upon enrolment.

Purchase through our online shop.

Due to limited space we are not able to provide a changing area for children to try on uniforms.  All sizes are listed on the new order form.   Please note that when trying on uniforms at home, do not remove the labels until you are satisfied that you have the correct size.  We can only exchange uniforms that still have labels attached. All orders will be filled on Fridays and will be sent to your child’s classroom unless otherwise stated.

ORDER UNIFORM

Hats

School uniform broad brim hats are required for summer terms.

Compulsory for all students from start of Term 4 2015.

Availability: From the school office, or through our online ordering system. There are 3 sizes available:  55 inch, 57 inch, and 59 inch.

$20 each.

Footwear

Footwear requirement is for black shoes with the dress uniform (chosen from the school range offered by retailers) and black sandals with the summer/sports  uniform (chosen from the school range offered by retailers). There is significant choice within these requirements.

Children who require sports shoes for sports practices need to bring them to school in their bags. Parents are reminded to name footwear with permanent marker or by personalised stick on labels available for this purpose.

Availability: Choose from the school range at the Warehouse,  No 1 Shoes, Hannahs or other stores.   There is a range of footwear offered  but note that the shoes/sandals must be black with no other colours (this includes shoelaces).

Headbands and Socks

Headbands may be worn but they must be a plain and navy or white. Children who come in the wrong socks will be required to change them.

Availability: Navy and white socks from the school office, or through our online ordering system. Available in shoe sizes 9-12, 13-3, or 4-6 at $12 for a 3 pair pack

General Reminders

No undergarment (eg thermal) should be visible.
Each uniform item must be named and can then be easily claimed from the lost property.

Finally

Teachers will send home strip notices to any child not in correct uniform requesting that the matter be addressed.
Any child not in correct uniform (incl footwear) will  be sent to the office. The parents will be phoned and asked to provide the correct uniform and second hand items loaned for the day to allow the student to return to class.

Thank you for your support. We aim to improve safety for our children by mandating broad brim hats and to smarten up the look so that the Mairangi Bay School uniform is worn with pride.