School Uniform

For Parents

School Uniform

Parents, staff and students support the School’s Dress Code. Enrolment at the school is on the understanding that the School’s Dress Code will be adhered to. Students on excursions must be in uniform unless the consent of the Principal has been granted. The Dress Code is enforced for all students, Kindergarten to Year 6.

Gold/royal polo shirt with blue school logoGold/royal polo shirt with blue school logo
Royal blue shortsRoyal blue skorts
Blue checked dress
BOYS SPORT – Pre-Primary to Year 6GIRLS SPORT – Pre-Primary to Year 6
Faction colour shirtFaction colour shirt
Royal blue shorts or track pantsRoyal blue skorts or track pants
It is a part of our school policy that ALL children are to wear hats for all organised physical education activities and while playing outside during recess and lunch time. The ‘no hat no play’ policy is fully supported by the Cancer Foundation as an effective means of protecting students from the harmful effects of over exposure to UV rays. Please support this policy in the interests of your child’s long term health. Hats may be purchased through the Uniform Shop. Students who do not wear a hat will be asked to play in the undercover area.
JewelleryWatch, stud or sleeper earrings only.
CosmeticsThe wearing of cosmetics is not acceptable.
Special Groups Cultural dress such as head-dress worn by members of the Muslim community can be incorporated into the school dress by negotiation with the Principal.
Gold/royal polo shirt with blue school logoGold/royal polo shirt with blue school crest
Royal blue track pantsRoyal blue jazz pants or royal blue track pants
Royal blue fleecy jacket with gold school logoRoyal blue fleecy jacket with gold school logo
Royal blue microfibre jacket with school logoRoyal blue microfibre jacket with school logo
Students are required to wear sensible, closed-in footwear or approved sandals to school. Thongs, ‘Ugg’ boots and masseur type thongs are NOT considered to be appropriate footwear. Should a student’s medical condition necessitate the wearing of any of these items then a written note must be provided by the Parent/Caregive
All students must ensure that their hair does not create a safety or health risk. Students with long hair who attend practical classes will be required to tie their hair back before they are permitted to participate in lessons. We recommend that long hair be tied back as a preventive measure in avoiding/containing the spread of head lice.

Uniform Shop

All uniform items are available to buy online or order from the Lowes store at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Joondalup.
Details for Lowes – Address: Lakeside Joondalup, 10/420 Joondalup Dr, Joondalup WA 6027 , Phone: (08) 9301 4016
Opening Hours: - Mon: 9:00 AM-5:30 PM Tue: 9:00 AM-5:30 PM Wed: 9:00 AM-5:30 PM Thu: 9:00 AM-9:00 PM Fri: 9:00 AM-5:30 PM Sat: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM-4:00 PM

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Padbury, WA 6025

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