We have a formal uniform for all students from Year 7 to 11. This is rigorously enforced throughout the year. We are proud of the support we receive from both parents /carers in ensuring that all students wear the uniform.
Uniform is not an opportunity to make a ‘fashion’ statement.
Years 7 to 11
- School Blazer (New for 2018) to be worn with or without the school V neck sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo.
- Plain white shirt fastened to the neck (i.e. the top button done up) and tucked in.
- School tie (‘clip on’ attached to the top button of the shirt). Please note that Year 7, 8 and 9 students wear a tie with a continuous stripe. Year 10 and 11 students wear a tie with a stripe above and below the school logo.
- Plain full length, black, tailored trousers (as distinct from leggings) or pleated skirt with school logo to be worn with black tights (New for 2018)
- Plain black shoes
- Black boots worn UNDER trousers.
- Plain black shalwar
- Black or white kameez
- Plain blue dupatta or hijab (NOT black)
- Plain black pinafore (worn over white shirt with tie)
Items not allowed
- Skin tight (waist to ankle) trousers, leggings, jeggings, cropped trousers or trousers that resemble sports wear and jean style trousers.
- No canvas shoes, plimsoles, trainers or shoes with logos.
- Baseball Caps
- Denim, denim style or canvas items (even if black)
- Coloured tee shirts worn visibly underneath school shirts
All personal property should be clearly marked with the owner’s name, in case of loss.
In cases where students are NOT wearing uniform, e.g. when shoes are under repair, parents/carers should provide a note. School detentions are issued to students out of uniform who do not provide such note.
Where uniform is NOT worn, a student may be sent home to dress appropriately.
These regulations apply from the time a student leaves home, on route to school, until he or she returns. This includes both break and lunch times at school.