Services & Other Information

Epsom College has a compulsory uniform, as we believe that it encourages a sense of identity, belonging and pride in children. Our uniform is colourful, comfortable and practical, having been designed with the Malaysian climate, a smart appearance, pupils' needs and preferences in mind. It should be worn smartly and correctly at all times.

Detailed uniform lists and supplier information is available from our College Store at store@epsomcollege.edu.my.

Items marked with an asterisk (*) in the lists that follow can only be purchased at the ECiM Store. All items of clothing and personal property must be clearly marked with the pupil's name and House/class initial(s).

Prep School

School uniform is compulsory attire for all students attending the school. It has been designed with the needs and comfort of children as they grow. Uniforms can be purchased from the College Store located within our main reception area.
 
Students are expected to arrive at school every day in clean clothes, worn in a tidy manner. Hair should be neat, with long hair tied back off the face and neck. Temporary or permanent hair dyes and tints are not permitted. Nail polish should not be worn and nails should be short for school. Ear rings should be plain studs, if worn at all.

Below is the set uniform for each year group. Official uniforms can only be purchased from the College Store. Other items marked with an *  (such as footwear,  socks, water bottles) can be purchased elsewhere, but subject to the guidelines set out below.
 



Footwear*:
Chitchats - Nursery and Reception Class:  sneakers/athletic shoes with Velcro fastenings (no laces, please). Plain white ankle socks.

Year 1- 6 daily uniform shoes: black leather school shoes (no adornments or coloured stitching. Sports type shoes are not appropriate. Heels should be low, with laces or Velcro fastenings), plain white ankle socks which cover the anklebone.

Year 1- 6 PE uniform shoes: athletic shoes (white laces or Velcro fastenings), plain white ankle socks (specialist sports footwear may be preferred by  older students for  football, hockey etc. Colour/style not specified).
 

Clothing and Other Items :

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Early Years (Nursery and Reception)

Daily Uniform

  • Navy Epsom shorts (unisex, with elasticated waist)
  • Blue and white striped shirt (with mandarin collar) for boys, or
  • Blue and white smock blouse for girls
  • Sunhat

P.E. Kit

  • White Epsom PE shirt and shorts
  • Navy Epsom swimsuit/trunks and swimming hat
  • Towel

Other

  • A change of clothing in case of ‘accidents’
  • Water Bottle* – named water bottle for each child with a capacity of at least 350ml that the child can refill independently. Only plain water is permitted; no juices or milk.

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Prep (Year 1 - 6)
Boys

  • Navy Epsom shorts fitted to above the knee
  • Blue and white striped shirt (with collar)
  • House tie

Girls

  • NNavy Epsom skirt fitted to the knee
  • Blue and white striped blouse
  • House sprag

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P.E. Kit for boys and girls

  • White PE shirt (to be worn for inter-school competitions) and shorts
  • House PE shirt
  • Navy Epsom swimsuit/trunks and swimming hat
  • Towel*

Other

  • Water Bottle* – named water bottle for each child with a capacity of at least 350ml that the child can refill independently. Only plain water is permitted; no juices or milk.

Optional items for all students

  • Rash vest for increased sun protection while swimming (Nursery to Year 6)
  • Large sports holdall (Y3-6 only)
  • Pencil case: Y3-6 students may bring a pencil case to school if they wish.

Not required: mobile phone, calculator, ipod, tablets or laptop.

All clothes and other belongings (uniform and non-uniform items) should be clearly labelled with the child’s name. Lost, un-named items are placed in Lost Property in the Prep School. Uncollected items are donated to charity at the end of each school term.
Senior School

The dress regulations for games and other activities are published separately and will vary according to the activity or sport involved, but these will include suitable clothing for competing on an inter-house level and for the school.

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Lower School (Boys)

  • College blazer*
  • Regulation trousers*
  • Epsom College shirt*
  • House tie*
  • Plain white shirt (to be worn on formal occasions)
  • Other shirts of an approved pattern*
  • Black socks
  • Black polished and polishable shoes of sensible style and unadorned (no boots)
  • Water-proofed garment or similar (long enough to cover the blazer, unadorned - no large lettering or logos - and not made of leather or imitation leather)

Lower School (Girls)

  • College blazer*
  • Regulation skirt* (to be fitted on the knee)
  • Epsom College blouse*
  • House lapel badge*
  • Plain white blouse (to be worn on formal occasions)
  • Other blouses of an approved pattern*
  • Pair of black polished and polishable shoes of sensible style and unadorned (no boots, heels to be of sensible width and no higher than 3cm, no stiletto heels of any height)
  • Water-proofed garment or similar (long enough to cover the blazer, unadorned - no large lettering or logos - and not made of leather or imitation leather)

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Sixth Form (Boys)

  • Traditional two-piece or three-piece, single-breasted suit in navy blue, black or charcoal (plain or with a subdued pinstripe)
  • House tie*
  • Plain white shirt (to be worn on formal occasions)
  • Other shirts (must have a pale and delicate shade of colour and may have a faint stripe)
  • Black or grey socks
  • Black polished and polishable shoes of sensible style and unadorned (no boots)
  • Water-proofed garment or similar (long enough to cover the blazer, unadorned - no large lettering or logos - and not made of leather or imitation leather)

Sixth Form (Girls)

  • A traditional suit to consist of 1 jacket with lapels and buttons at the front and 2 skirts in dark navy, black or charcoal grey (pinstripe is permitted). The skirt must be tailored in style, made of non-stretchy material, and fitted on the knee. The fabric must match the jacket of the suit.
  • House lapel badge*
  • Plain white blouse (to be worn on formal occasions)
  • Other blouses (must have a pale and delicate shade of colour and may have a faint stripe)
  • Pair of black polished and polishable shoes of sensible style and unadorned (no boots, heels to be of sensible width and no higher than 3cm, no stiletto heels of any height)
  • Water-proofed garment or similar (long enough to cover the blazer, unadorned - no large lettering or logos - and not made of leather or imitation leather)
Whole School

Examples of acceptable school shoes for daily wear (Year 1–13):

These shoes are black, very low heel, black laces/velcro/slip-on, polishable leather, minimum embellishments (i.e, bows, patterning). Similar shoes are available for purchase at selected departmental stores in Malaysia. Please contact us for recommended supplier in Malaysia.

Not permitted for daily uniform: black sports shoes, trainers or athletic shoes, black ankle boots or black shoes which cover the ankle bone. Coloured stiching or decorations are not permitted. Please see below for examples:

Sports Shoes
 

Prep

  • For PE and Games lessons: Plain trainers/sports shoes with non-marking sole and non flashy lights. Velcro or laces.
  • Those Prep students taking part in rugby, football and hockey training and fixtures may wish to have specialist footwear for those sports. Design to be the student's choice.

Senior School

  • Specialist sports footwear is chosen for comfort and support, and therefore there are no colour or design restrictions imposed.
  • Sports footwear for indoor use (sports hall, fitness suite and squash courts) must have a non-marking sole.
  • Football, hockey and rugby boots may have metal or plastic studs for play on grass pitches. For astro pitches, only suitable 'astro' shoes with the 'non-slip' sole are permitted.