Uniform - Uniform Details
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We believe that the wearing of a school uniform is part of our school philosophy.
Students at the school wear their uniform because:
a. It speaks of a commitment to a school that has Christ centred learning.
b. It readily identifies the student and the school in the community.
c. It encourages discipline and responsibility in the life of the student.
d. It gives the student a sense of belonging and identification.
e. It's practical and economical
Full text of the Uniform policy can be found in the School Manual,
Parent Handbook, Staff Handbook or on request from the school office.
The School Uniform
A uniform has been carefully selected by the Board, in consultation with parents, that is both functional and attractive as well as appropriate for the school. All students attending the school are required, as part of the enrolment acceptance, to wear the prescribed uniform — including hat and school bag — without modification.
A uniform is provided for boys and girls incorporating summer and winter elements although no specific delineation is drawn between summer and winter due to the generally mild nature of our climate.
Any child out of uniform must have a note of explanation.
All uniform requirements can be bought through the uniform shop at the school.
- Parents are required to fully support the uniform code and ensure that the student is dressed appropriately at all times
- Uniform must be clean, pressed and in good repair!
- Shoes must be kept polished and repaired
- School uniform must be worn correctly at all times — no exceptions
Rainwear (boys and girls)
Raincoat — safety yellow or blue.
Spray jacket — blue or red.
Umbrella — red, white or blue.