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Uniform dress code policy

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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. 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.

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 is to be washed, combed/brushed.

  • Clothes are to be clean.

  • 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 words shaved into the scalp, etc.

  • Make-up is not to be worn. 

  • Clear nail polish is permitted.

  • Jewellery is permitted to be worn only if it complies with the following requirements:

  • 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.

  • Other piercings that are not ordinarily covered by the school uniform (i.e. facial piercings) must be covered by tape/band-aid or removed during the school day.

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Last reviewed 12 March 2021
Last updated 12 March 2021