Uniform - shop & regulations

Uniform Price List

Uniform Shop Holiday Hours 2019/2020 




Junior Students Yr 7 to Yr 10 (inclusive) must have all of the following items

  • Boys: Linwood College regulation trousers or shorts - Trousers must be standard school cut and worn at an appropriate length.
  • Girls: Regulation tartan skirt must be worn below the knee.
  • Boys: Regulation black shirt.
  • Girls: Regulation blouse.
  • Regulation black jacket - water proof.
  • Black socks (3/4 length) or knee-highs (Girls/Boy) or tights (Girls only).
  • Plain black enclosed shoes appropriate for school. Lace-ups or T Bars only.
  • Guernsey with Linwood College logo.

Senior Students Yr 11 to Yr 13 (inclusive) must have all of the following items 

  • Boys:  Linwood College regulation trousers or shorts.
  • Boys:  Regulation striped shirt and black tie.
  • Girls:  Regulation black school skirt.
  • Girls:  Regulation senior striped blouse and black tie.
  • Black socks (3/4 length) or knee-highs (Girls/Boy) or tights (Girls only).
  • Plain black enclosed shoes appropriate for school. Lace-ups or T Bars only.
  • Linwood College Blazer.

Physical education and sports uniforms

All junior students must wear the school PE uniform purchased from the Uniform Office.

  • Regulation Linwood College top.
  • Regulation Linwood College black shorts.
  • Sports socks
  • Sneakers

All Linwood sports teams must wear the full sports uniform during all games. This includes plain black shorts unless the team uniform indicates otherwise.

The Uniform Shop is based at the end of the quad and is open on set times, Tuesday 3 - 5pm, Wednesday 2.30 – 3.15pm, Thursday 3 - 5pm, or by appointment.

Uniform Regulations

The board of trustees requires students to wear regulation uniform as a condition of school enrolment. Uniform creates a positive public image and prevents competition among students. We encourage students to take pride in their appearance and ask parents to support the school in seeing that their children wear the regulation uniform and have clothing clearly named. School jacket is not compulsory but students will need at least one of them for cold and wet weather when the jersey is insufficient.

Regulation uniform must be purchased from our school uniform shop.  Uniform is to be worn to and from school and at school.


Students at all levels must not wear jewellery, except for a watch, one taonga as a cultural item and one additional piece of jewellery e.g. Bracelet, necklace. One plain stud earring or small sleeper earing per ear, no stretchers. Students are not permitted to wear any facial piercings including retainers. Any other body piercings must not be visible. Sticking plasters over piercings or retainers is not permitted.

Hair and makeup

Light makeup (including nail polish) to be worn by all students. Male students at all levels must be clean shaven. Extreme hairstyles and any colour are not permitted. Hair ties must be black. No bandanas to be worn.

Cycle helmets compulsory for cyclists

For tidiness and uniformity the following rules apply

  • Junior girls skirt must not be above the knee.
  • Undergarments must not be seen.
  • Non-regulation sweaters, jackets or parkas must not be worn.
  • Non-black school shoes are not to be worn except for physical
  • Boots are not to be worn.
  • No visible tattoos