The school uniform is a symbol of our school, and should be well maintained and worn with pride. It must be worn at all times, including House Exams and State Exams.
Full school uniform (including jackets) must be worn to all matches and on all school trips. The teacher in charge may decide that students do not have to wear the school uniform for a full day trip. In those cases students must wear appropriate clothing
Shoes should be clean and damage to the uniform should be repaired immediately. Students who come to school with their uniform altered or damaged will be sent home and may only return to school when the uniform complies with school rules and regulations.
The uniform consists of: Dark blue jumper with embroidered school crest Girls: Grey A Line skirt (knee length) with centre back pleat or trousers,Skirts to be worn with plain black tights. Boys: Grey Trousers, Light blue shirts or light blue Polo shirts All white, round necked or v necked T shirts may be worn inside the uniform shirt Plain black flat shoes. School jacket with embroidered crest. No other jackets, scarves or hats may be worn on the school grounds or in the school building
Damaging other students’ uniform will result in suspension and reparation.
Students, who are experiencing difficulty wearing the school uniform due to medical reasons, should discuss the matter with management and alterations to the uniform may be agreed to facilitate the students.
If a student has to wear runners for a period of time due to a medical condition, the runners must be black in colour.
No facial jewellery is allowed and should be replaced by clear plastic retainers. Students are permitted to wear stud earrings.
Students should not wear make-up to school. Students who wear makeup will be asked to remove it. Students experiencing skin problems may wear a light foundation only
Students should always maintain a high standard of personal hygiene
The School Uniform can be purchased from Durkins Longford