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School Uniforms

Girls

Regulation tartan culottes (must be worn in Term 1 and Term 4, and all assemblies and formal occasions)

Plain red half-zip collared sweatshirt (not polar fleece)

Plain red, short sleeved polo top

Plain navy or white ankle socks

Boys

Plain navy cargo shorts (must be worn in Term 1 and Term 4, and at all assemblies and formal occasions)

Plain red half-zip collared sweatshirt (not polar fleece)

Plain red, short sleeved polo top

Plain navy or white ankle socks

Winter Uniform for Boys and Girls

Plain navy thermal top may be worn under a short sleeved polo shirt

Plain navy track pants optional (only to be worn in Term 2 and Term 3)

Girls may wear navy tights or over the knee socks

Logo free hats, gloves, scarves and jackets may be worn outside of the classroom

Summer Uniform for Girls and Boys

It is compulsory for students to wear a plain navy or plain red, wide brimmed, or bucket sunhat during Term 1 and Term 4 while outside in the playground.

Shoes

Sport shoes or sport sandals

Plain lace up, or buckle school shoes

Plain school sandals

No fashion shoes, sandals, skate shoes, slip on shoes, jandals or gumboots

Sports Uniform for Boys and Girls

Red and white sports tee (Compulsory from Year 4 – 8)

Navy techno dry sports shorts (Compulsory from Year 4 - 8)

Please Note: The sports uniform is compulsory for Years 4 to 8 students and must be worn for all Physical Education lessons. Year 1 to 3 students may choose to wear either the sports uniform or their school uniform for Physical Education lessons.

Safety Items:

As a commitment to student safety, it is recommended all students wear a High Vis Vest when travelling to and from school and when travelling offsite as part of a school organised trip.

 Notes:

All clothing should be clearly named. Uniforms can be purchased from The Warehouse or Stirling Sports.  Culottes are available from the school office or The Warehouse, and Joanne Sutherland. Material for culottes is also available for purchase from Joanne Sutherland; her details are at the school office.

No jewellery, with the exception of a watch and ear studs is to be worn at school.  Jewellery worn for cultural reasons requires a permission slip from a parent or caregiver.  No responsibility will be taken for any jewellery lost at school or any injuries sustained from jewellery worn for cultural reasons. Nail polish is not to be worn at school.

If, for any reason a pupil is unable to wear all, or part of, the school uniform, a note should be sent to the school explaining the reason why. Every consideration has been given to the uniform being practical and durable, as well and attractive and cost efficient.  Please help us ensure pupils wear their uniform with pride.

 

 


SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY