Students are required to dress and groom themselves appropriately for learning. Students deemed to be dressed inappropriately may be sent home to change or will be provided with a change of clothes.

Acceptable standards of dress / grooming are discussed with the School Council from time-to-time so that a standard acceptable to both school staff, and parents is maintained. Clothing deemed to be inappropriate inside the school includes:

  • Hats and headwear (unless for religious observance)
  • Muscle shirts
  • Spaghetti strap tops or low cut tops
  • Short tops that allow the midriff to show
  • Inappropriate symbols or wording on T-shirts
  • Pants which allow the midriff to show
  • Short shorts or short skirts
  • Underclothing that is visible

Dress Code

Students are required to dress and groom themselves appropriately for learning. Students deemed to be dressed inappropriately may be sent home to change or will be provided with a change of clothes.

Acceptable standards of dress / grooming are discussed with the School Council from time-to-time so that a standard acceptable to both school staff, and parents is maintained. Clothing deemed to be inappropriate inside the school includes:

  • Hats and headwear (unless for religious observance)
  • Muscle shirts
  • Spaghetti strap tops or low cut tops
  • Short tops that allow the midriff to show
  • Inappropriate symbols or wording on T-shirts
  • Pants which allow the midriff to show
  • Short shorts or short skirts
  • Underclothing that is visible
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