Uniform

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We pride ourselves on our uniform and we want our students to show their individuality by who they are, not what they wear.

The uniform is a key part of our school’s identity. It shows pride in our school and is a way of showing our wider community that we are part of something that is professional and special. Correct school uniform is to be worn on all occasions when attending school or when representing the school.

As of 2014, our regular formal uniform for boys and girls and the current sports t-shirt will commence an 18-month phase-out period.  No ties will be required to be worn.
As of 2014, the students will have an all year round polo shirt with stripe.  Boys will be able to wear this striped polo shirt with grey pants or grey shorts dependent on the weather and their own personal comfort.  Girls will be able to wear this striped polo shirt with the current long pleated skirt or navy skorts dependent on the weather and their own personal comfort.  For those students who feel the cold there will be a unisex navy long sleeved polo top and a new fleece jumper to replace the V-neck woolen jumper.  
As the new policy is being developed more information and images will be available on the website.

Note:

UNIFORM POLICY

  • Sports uniform is worn on the days designated by the classroom teacher.
  • No jewellery - with the exception of a simple chain and crucifix.
  • Students may wear either sleeper or stud earrings. They must wear two, one in each ear.
  • No fingernail polish OR make up to be worn to school.
  • Students must not wear dye, gel etc in their hair
  • Regulation school hats are required ALL year.
  • Children with shoulder length hair or longer are to wear it pulled back.
  • In cooler weather students may wear a blue parka/rain coat over their school jumper. It must be predominately navy blue and unbranded. 
  • Year 7 students may wear the Year 7 windcheater/t-shirt instead of their school jumper.

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