School uniform is compulsory for all pupils. Through their dress and appearance as well as in other respects, all pupils should ensure that they are a credit to Harrow Hong Kong and themselves at all times. This includes the journey to and from School and when representing the School off the campus.
JORDAN UNIFORM SHOP
10.00am to 6.00pm (Monday to Saturday)
Address (Google Map):
2/F, Will Strong Development Building, 59 Parkes Street, Jordan, Kowloon
Tel: +852 2523 2517 / +852 2742 2498
Fax: +852 2526 4455
PERSONALISED SPORTS KIT
Sports kit is optional to buy. However, pupils enjoy wearing their own personalised sports kit to games lessons, sports training, co-curricular and competitive fixtures. House shirts for Year 6 – Year 13 are a must for inter house competitions.
Please click the link below to access the portal.
Normal School days: 8.30am to 4.30pm (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) (Closed for lunch from 12.00pm to 12.30pm, and on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays)
Full payment is due with a completed order form together with cash or cheque payable to Uniform Station Limited. The shops only accept hard copies of the order form.
Boarding and day pupils have to bring in cheques when purchasing any uniform items.
Items can be exchanged with seven days from purchase date if they do not fit. Please note that items used or washed will not be exchanged.
For enquiries, please contact the uniform shop in Jordan and the School Shop:
Tel: +852 2299 6186
The maintenance of good standards of personal appearance is the responsibility of teachers, parents and pupils. Parents are asked to support the School and to avoid requests for special consideration. The main guidelines about dress and appearance are listed below.
Hats and blazers
Hats are a Harrow tradition and at Harrow Hong Kong they will be worn on designated days. Blazers (Bluers) should always be worn with hats, although this rule will be relaxed when the weather is hot and humid.
Shirts and ties
Top buttons and ties must always be done up and shirts tucked in.
Lace up, slip on or buckles (velcro may be used in the Pre-Prep) plain black leather shoes capable of being polished.
Girls' shoes should not have ‘fashion’ features such as bows, patterns, accessorising buckles, and should not be patent leather.
- Pre-Prep and Prep School: Flat
- Senior School and Sixth Form: Flat or court shoes with a maximum heel size of one inch
Trainer styles for sports
Trainers should be predominantly white (with minimal other markings/colours) and have non-marking soles.
If belts are worn they must be plain black with a simple buckle.
No visible jewellery (including charity bracelets) is to be worn other than one pair of earrings (plain studs only) for girls. Body piercing of any kind is strictly forbidden.
All items of School uniform must be labelled with the child’s name and class/House.
Hair should always be neat and tidy in appearance and pupils are not allowed any form of hair cut or style which may attract unnecessary attention. This means:
- No dyed hair.
- While length is a matter of perception, hair for boys should always be off the collar. All girls should tie their hair back if it is longer than shoulder length.
- No extreme styles such as gelled spikes or shaved heads.
- Hair extensions are not allowed.
Make-up and tanning
Girls below the Sixth Form are not allowed to wear make-up during the School day. Girls in the Sixth Form may wear make-up that is discreet and appropriate to the School environment. Coloured nail polish and fake tan which draws unnecessary attention are not allowed.
Visible tattoos, including when a pupils is wearing a swimsuit, are not permitted.