Our school community feels that the wearing of a school uniform is worthwhile as it encourages a closer and deeper association with the school. For this reason we recommend that parents make every effort to have their children attired in correct school uniform including the school hat. T-shirts, shorts, hats and beanies can be obtained from the school. Please contact us to negotiate a time to purchase uniforms. During March orders are taken for winter uniforms. This is advertised in the school newsletter.
The colours of the uniform have been chosen to represent the rainforest and the sky, which reflects our environmental commitment. Clothing was chosen to be comfortable and sun safe to enable the children to participate in all school activities.
Wearing of school hats
The wearing of a wide brimmed hat for all outside activities is compulsory. This not only meets departmental requirements but acts in the interest of the children. Please support our efforts to make this a 100% school hat wearing school. Children will not be allowed to play in the sun without school hats.
Closed in shoes are to be worn at all times. Sandals and thongs are unsuitable, because of the uneven surfaces in some parts of the grounds.
The wearing of dangly earrings, bracelets, necklaces, anklets, chokers, bangles, bright nail polish by students is not permitted. Signet rings, studs, sleepers and watches are acceptable but staff will not be held responsible for them. Hair ribbons and accessories are to be in the school colours (royal blue, green and /or white) and are to be appropriate to school and age.
Students should not wear fingernail polish to school.
Appropriate items of school clothing include:
shorts (long and short) – boys and girls
skirt, pleated at back (wrap-around)
track top (long and short sleeved)
bike pants covered by a skirt
wide brimmed hat
fully enclosed black shoes – heavy hiking-type boots or slippery soled shoes are not appropriate.
Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.
The following items are available for sale from the school:
The Year 6 t-shirt is developed by the year 6 students and signifies their student leadership role.