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Uniform Regulations 2023
18 January 2023

UNIFORM REGULATIONS

There is ONE uniform code and any combination of this may be worn at anytime throughout the year. There is no Summer/Winter variation. The expectation is that students wear the correct uniform, to and from, and at school.

Our school uniform impacts on the look and public perception of our school. We want Pāpāmoa College Students and our school to be reflected in a positive light in all areas of the school and our wider community!

All students at all levels are required to wear the correct uniform at all times, including to and from school.

The following information applies to all students. The range of uniform items can only be purchased from the School Uniform Shop, Unit 2, 60 Parton Road, Pāpāmoa or online, and can be worn anytime throughout the year. Footwear needs to be purchased at retail establishments.

 2023 Uniform Shop | Summer Holidays Opening Hours:
 

Thursday 19 Jan - Friday 20 Jan 9.00am - 2.00pm
Saturday 21 Jan 9.00am - 1.00pm
Monday 23 Jan - Friday 27 Jan 9.00am - 2.00pm
Monday 30 Jan (Auckland Anniversary) CLOSED
Tuesday 31 Jan 8.00am - 1.00pm
Wednesday 1 Feb - Thursday 2 Feb 8.00am - 12.00pm

Closed on Public Holidays.
Hours may be subject to change.

School Uniform and Grooming Standards for 2023

From the start of 2023 we will require ALL students to comply with uniform and grooming standards. 

New Requirements in 2023

  • A plain white short-sleeve T-shirt or short-sleeved black or white thermal can be worn BUT MUST NOT be visible from under uniform.
  • Shoes must be plain black lace up with NO visible branding or writing.
  • Hats: No beanies and only school-branded hats.
  • No facial/tongue/body piercings including transparent studs, with the exception for earrings which can ONLY be sleepers and/or studs in both ears*.
  • Natural-looking makeup is permitted. 
  • No nail polish.
  • NO Facial Hair*. 
  • Natural hair colour ONLY.

*Cultural exemptions will apply

"IF YOU CAN IMAGINE IT, YOU CAN CREATE IT.
IF YOU DREAM IT, YOU CAN BECOME IT."

- WILLIAM ARTHUR WARD