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Dress Code

The school dress code was implemented in 1992 and has regularly been updated and endorsed by students, parents, staff and the School Council.

The dress code is strictly enforced and parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to help us by ensuring their children wear the school uniform.

The advantages of a dress code are:

  • Safety - allows the school to easily identify intruders on site and have them be removed from our school.
  • Image - the community's impression of the school is raised
  • Cost - inexpensive and always functional

School uniform items are available from the uniform shop located in the Administration block.

Download the current Uniform Cost Sheet.

The code of dress is:

Tops

Years 7-9 Sky blue polo shirt with buttons and royal blue jumper with logo

Years 10-12 Navy blue polo shirt with buttons and navy blue jacket with logo

Bottoms

Neat fitting black track pants, dress shorts or skirts of modest length

Accessories

All accessories must be navy, black or white. This includes long sleeved shirts under t-shirts, scarves etc

Footwear

Students must wear strong, sturdy, covered shoes. These include sneakers and sport shoes with thick soles. No thongs, health sandals, Ugg boots or lightweight canvas shoes are permitted.

Physical Education

Girls Red tops, black skirts/shorts or track pants

Boys Red tops, black shorts or track pants

A hat should be worn for any outside Physical Education activity.

NOT Permitted

Beanies or other knitted headwear; singlets; bandannas; hooded jumpers or jackets; tights, leggings or jeggings worn as bottoms; and micro-shorts or short skirts.

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