We require all students to wear school colours or the official school uniform. The school colours are red, white and black.
Clothing is not to display logos or graphics.
At public events such as excursions, performances, sporting events and any functions where the students participate in a representative capacity, school colours or school uniform must be worn.
Parents are responsible for the purchase of and that the students are appropriately attired as per the policy. The representative groups in the school have chosen to support this policy.
Parents wishing to gain exemption from the wearing of school colours for their child may
apply in writing to the Principal. Exemption may be granted on the following grounds;
medical / financial / religious / cultural beliefs /new to the school (short term only).
In keeping with the school’s ‘Sun Smart Policy’, all clothing must be sun safe, (no bare shoulders or midriff). On casual days, sun safe clothing must also be worn.
Legionnaire, bucket or broad brimmed hats must be worn for outside activities from
September to April. Caps do not provide adequate protection.
Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times (no thongs, slip-ons or crocs).
Jewellery should be discreet and limited to ear rings (sleepers or studs), watch or medic alert bracelet.
Shorts must be at least to mid-thigh in length.
No makeup is to be worn.
No see through (sheer) stockings.
We recommend the following articles to be worn by students:
Red, black or white short sleeved collared polo shirt.
Red, black or white crew neck (not scoop or low neck) T-shirt.
Red, black or white long sleeved polo shirt or skivvy.
Black, red or grey shorts / skirt (These must be a minimum length of mid-thigh).
Black, red or grey pants.
Red, black or white windcheater / rugby top / cardigan / jumper / zip jacket.
Red and white summer dress.
Student designed Year 7 top (new design each year).