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Uniform dress code policy

General information safety

The school is a registered work site, which means industrial legislation applies to many aspects of the school, such as the following:

  • Open footwear (thongs/sandals) is not permitted to be worn at any time.

  • Extra protection is required in some classrooms e.g. Urangan Tech, science, manual arts, art, and home economics. Departmental and industrial safety regulations require students not complying, be excluded from these lessons.

  • Any potentially dangerous material / objects are not permitted to be brought onto school campuses e.g. knives, matches, lighters, cigarettes, aerosol cans or drugs.

Dress code

Students are required to wear the P&C endorsed school uniform correctly (pictured above).

Approved junior and senior uniforms are available through the P&C uniform shop at the Robert Street campus.  See the uniform shop opening hours here Uniform Shop Page.

  • Please see the Student Handbook link to the right for further details

Students are expected to come to school with a clean and tidy appearance:

  • Hair colour it is to be natural tones i.e. not multi-coloured, not unnatural hair colours (i.e. pink, blue, green purple etc.).

  • Hair styles are to be neat and tidy e.g. no shaved styles, no mohawks, no clown styles, no words shaved into the scalp, etc.

  • Make-up is not to be worn. Clear nail polish is permitted.

  • As jewellery does not enhance learning, minimum jewellery should be worn:

  • Small sleepers (no bigger than a five cent piece) or small studs (non protruding items only).

  • One small pendant no bigger than a 20 cent piece on a thin chain (due to workplace health and safety requires this should be worn inside students collar/school shirt and may have to be removed to enable participation in certain activities).

  • A signet ring.

  • Medical alert bracelets and necklaces.

If students wear extra or dangerous/obnoxious jewellery, it will be confiscated, stored and returned at the end of the school day.