Uniform Requirements

The Board of Trustees requires Avonside students to be in full regulation uniform. We encourage girls to take pride in their appearance and ask that parents support the school in seeing that their daughter maintains a neat, clean standard of dress. Only the stated uniform is permitted. Students may wear any combination of the items below. All items need to be purchased from the Uniform Group to ensure they are the correct school uniform – substitutions are not acceptable. For more information click here.

  • AGHS Red blazer
  • Blouse Junior stripe (Y9-10) – short sleeve or long sleeve
  • Blouse Senior stripe (Y11-13) – short sleeve or long sleeve
  • Skirt/Culotte/Trousers Bottle Green – skirts and culottes to be worn knee length
  • PE Shirt Green with crest (compulsory Y9-11)
  • PE Shorts Black (compulsory Y9-11)
  • Socks Black with a red stripe

Click here for more information on the Junior Uniform.

  • Jersey Red with crest
  • Pou shirts in Pou colours
  • Y11/12 Tie AGHS Green and red stripe
  • Y13 Tie Green with red and silver
  • Cap AGHS Black with crest
  • Bucket hat AGHS Black with crest
  • Scarf AGHS Bottle stripe
  • Tights Opaque Black
  • Jacket AGHS Black softshell with crest (no other jackets are acceptable)
  • Black polishable leather lace up school shoes or T Bar school shoes.
  • Shoes must be all black with no labels or other colours on them.
  • Students may wear any combination of new uniform items
  • Hair must be tidy. If worn long it must be tied back in practical subjects. Hair colour must be within the natural range. Extreme hairstyles are not acceptable.
  • Jewellery is not permitted other than a wristwatch and plain ear studs.
  • A small discreet nose stud is permitted, but all other facial piercings are not part of the uniform (including tongue piercings).
  • Taonga – a bone or greenstone carving may be worn.
  • Makeup, if worn, should be minimal and discreet.
  • Clear or ‘natural look’ nails are permitted – acrylic nails and long nails pose health and safety concerns in practical subjects.
  • A plain, solid colour black or dark green headscarf may be worn for religious or cultural reasons.
  • The softshell jacket, hat and cap may be worn outdoors with both the new and old uniform.

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