The school uniform at all Curro schools is governed by a basic dress code, with each school making slight adjustments. Learners from Grade 1 to Grade 12 wear a formal school uniform.
Depending on your circumstances, it is recommended that you purchase at least two sets of uniform per learner.
It is recommended that you purchase only one pair of blue shorts and a sports shirt until the learner decides what sport to play. For sports specific uniform requirements visit MyHub.
Where and how to purchase the Curro school uniform and Curro sports clothes
All school uniforms and sports clothes, except shoes, are available through MyHub.
- Once you have received your FAMILY CODE from Curro, you will be able to register on MyHub using the login details as supplied by Curro.
- Once you have completed the registration process, please WAIT for an email with your username and password.
- Sign into MyHub using your username and password that you have just received.
- Select SHOP and proceed to the online store.
- Add the required items to your cart, check out and pay.
- Expect delivery of your order at your nominated address within four working days. Deliveries are done from Mondays to Fridays, between 08:00 and 17:00.
Kindly note: You will only need to register once on MyHub.
To establish the correct sizes, the following will be/are available:
- A concept lounge is available at the school where you are able to fit and measure uniform items. You can place your order from the concept lounge, or alternatively place the order from home.
- An accurate online measuring system, enabling you to order the correct uniform.
It is recommended that you buy the school uniform well in advance.
Neatness and school pride are high priorities for us. They cultivate a positive self-image. The very important principle of ‘what goes with a school uniform’ must apply at all times. When learners wear a blazer, it is compulsory to wear a school tie as well.
- The long trousers for boys and girls must fit perfectly around the hips – the crotch of the trousers may not hang between the legs. The legs of the trousers must be the correct length and must end neatly on top of the shoes.
- The boys must wear a navy-blue or black belt with an ordinary buckle.
- Only black school shoes are allowed for both boys and girls.
- Black leather or canvas sandals may be worn by primary school learners ONLY. Sandals must have straps around the heel. No flip-flops are allowed. Learners from Grade 1 to Grade 12 may not come to school barefoot.
- Boys’ gingham shirts have to be tucked in AT ALL TIMES. Because of the style of the shirt, girls may wear their winter and summer shirts over their skirts or trousers.
- No underwear may be visible.
- School tracksuits are sportswear and may not be worn as the formal school uniform.
- The school T-shirts and Quantec shorts do not form part of the formal school uniform and may therefore be worn only during sports practices or matches.
- No T-shirt may be worn under the school uniform.
- When the sleeves of the school shirt are rolled up, they must be rolled up to the elbow.
- Girls may not roll up their skirts around the waist. T
- he hem of the skirt may not be more than 10 cm above the knee.
- The school blazer must be worn on Mondays for assembly as well as to all formal school functions, e.g. school excursions, the prize-giving function, when learners represent the school at tournaments and Olympiads, etc. (high school).
- The school jersey may not be worn without the blazer. If it is cold the learner must wear the blazer. If this is not enough, they must then wear the blazer and jersey together.
The executive head (or their delegate) reserves the right to make a final decision should anything be unclear.