Uniform and Stationery



We love our bright, practical and comfortable uniform - reflecting the blue of our skies and the green of our land!  The uniform is available from The Warehouse in Hastings and is clearly labelled as Havelock North intermediate in the school uniform section.  We sincerely ask parents to help us to maintain high standards by checking students wear their uniform correctly.  We believe this shows pride and respect.

Uniform items available to order online from NZ  Uniforms

https://www.nzuniforms.com/

  • Polo top
  • Polar fleece or Shell jacket
  • Boys' school shorts (longer style as seen above), black socks with (1 pair) or without green stripes
  • Girls' school shorts (longer style as seen above) or girls' skirt or skort, white fold-over ankle socks worn with shoes 
  • Black tracksuit pants can be worn. No other colour on the tracksuit pants is permitted and these tracksuit pants are not to be worn for PE. We advise that in terms 1 and 4 tracksuit pants are not worn.
  • Black tights may be worn with the skirt and shoes in terms 2 and 3

For PE  and sports only:

  • PE shorts or cycle shorts (black, no logos) worn at school, but not to or from school. Only one layer - not cycle shorts AND PE shorts over top. The cycle shorts must be no longer than the knee and no shorter than mid-thigh. Our PE is a length that is appropriate for school and the activities within our curriculum. 
  • PE top (worn at school, but not to or from school)

Footwear:

Sandals: We prefer students to wear plain school-style black sandals for summer, although brown is acceptable. 

Shoes: Students should wear lace-up black school shoes or sneakers. The laces must be black however white laces can be used until the end of term three 2022. White soles are acceptable (until the end of 2022) and no colour other than black or a small amount of white should be visible on the shoe and no white toe. No coloured soles, please. High basketball style shoes (high tops, chucks) are not to be worn or slip-on shoes. 

Socks: When shoes are worn,  boys' socks are 3/4 socks black with a green band. We are happy if boys have one pair of school socks with the band for formal situations and wear plain black 3/4 socks at other times. Of course, they may wear the green striped socks at any time. Formal events would be when representing the school eg. KidsSing, prizegiving ceremonies.

Girls' socks are white ankle socks: these must be clearly visible above the shoe line. Please,  no sports socks that are low cut or socks with any colour other than white. 

Hats:

School hats are available at the school office for $10 and are expected to be worn in terms 1 and 4.  If you would prefer your child to wear a wide brim plain black hat, please feel free to source one as these are not readily available from our supplier.

Hair and Jewellery:

Hair long enough to sit on the shoulders should be tied back with dark coloured hair ties. Black or brown headbands are permitted. Plain hairstyles are expected, with fringes being clear of the eyes.

Jewellery is limited to:

  • One pair of plain metal (silver, gold-coloured) studs or sleepers- no stones no colours, no dangly earrings, animals, shapes etc.
  • One wristwatch 
  • Taonga - Cultural (e.g. bone carving, pounamu), religious (e.g. Catholic cross, Hindu shakti) - at HNI there is a right to wear the appropriate items without prejudice or bias - Taonga is best kept underneath clothing during Technology classes - should be removed for PE & Sport lessons, all due to safety for not being caught and or ripped off; protecting wearer or those interacting with you if in a physical capacity. The same should apply to watches in PE/Sport in contact activities (as observed in the competitive sport too where referees will often check items aren't being worn).

    Taonga can be worn on the outside of clothing if not at Tech/Sport. School students have a right to express their tikanga. It’s also in recognition of the Treaty of Waitangi guarantee and obligation to protect and promote). It is the responsibility of the wearer to look after their Taonga - this may mean wearing it under their clothing during interval and lunch if running around and involved in active play.

    If there is any misunderstanding or misinterpretation for religious intent, this can be explored further and clarified between the classroom teacher and home.

Please contact the school office should you have any queries.

Sun Safety

The Hawkes Bay sun is very strong.  We insist that hats are worn outside in Terms 1 and 4.  Sometimes events take students outside - class trips, sports events, our school athletics and swimming sports etc.  We ask that parents talk to students about the dangers of sun exposure and supply hats, over-shirts, rash shirts, sunblock etc.  Whilst teachers discuss these precautions with students and sunblock is available - we also believe there is also a degree of personal responsibility in keeping oneself safe in the conditions here.

2nd Hand Uniform

Some stock of Second-Hand uniforms may be able to be purchased from the 2nd hand shop at Havelock North Primary School.  To check the opening hours please call HNPS office: (06)  8778788.


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Orders can be place on line at www.nzschoolshop.co.nz and can be delivered along with any orders that you have placed for Te Mata School and HNHS


Stationery Required

Number Required

1B8 Lined exercise book-32 leaves. 7mm lined.

3

1A8 Blank exercise book              1

1E8 Math Book - with margins

2

Earphones or Headphones

1

Pencil Sharpener              1
Coloured pencils              1
Highlighters (pack of 4)              1

Staedtler HB Pencil

4

Blue Pen

1

Red Pen

1

30cm Ruler

1

Scissors

1

Amos glue stick 35gm

1