Uniforms ordered before 3pm Thursdays will be delivered to classrooms on Friday mornings.
Our Uniform Shop is run by a P&C volunteer and will open Friday mornings from 8:30am to 9:00am. For appointments outside this time, please contact the office (3430 1333).
All hats purchased will have the student’s name written on them. If you do not want this, please email the uniform shop.
If you have any questions regarding the uniform shop, please email Mel (our 2020 uniform shop volunteer) on firstname.lastname@example.org
All children from Prep – Year 6 are expected to wear the school uniform at all times. The uniform shop will also open by appointment if you contact the school office.
The school believes that the correct wearing of the uniform demonstrates a commitment to our six pillars of character, particularly the pillars of respect and citizenship.
The dress code for the school is as follows:
All students require a formal uniform, a school polo shirt (blue) and a house polo shirt (red or yellow).
An acceptable level of modesty must be maintained at all times. Examples of lack of modesty include but are not limited to bikinis at swimming lessons, exposed midriffs and tops which expose the shoulders. It is expected that common sense should always prevail.
The formal check shirt or dress is worn on Mondays and at school functions.
The house polo shirt is worn on Thursdays and sports days.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays the blue polo or check shirt may be worn.
Closed-in footwear (predominantly neutral in colour) must be worn at all times.
The wearing of the correct school shorts/skirt/skorts is part of the school uniform.
Children will not be permitted in the playground without a broad-brimmed hat.