Uniform

Wearing of the school uniform is compulsory at school and when travelling to and from school.

Shirts are to be tucked in and shoes kept clean and in good order. Hair must be neat and styled in a manner in keeping with primary school standards. Children with hair longer than collar length are to wear their hair tied back. All hair must be clean and a fringe that is below eyebrow length must be clipped back. Jewellery is confined to a watch and if parents permit, earrings. If earrings are worn they are limited to plain gold or silver studs or sleepers and only one pair may be worn at a time. Necklaces, bracelets and rings are not to be worn, the exception being one chain with a religious medal that must be worn under the shirt.  The school does not take responsibility for accidents that occur as a result of wearing jewellery.

At all times children are to wear the uniform with pride and respect for all that it symbolises. Physical Education and sports clothes are to be worn correctly on the days set aside. School hats are compulsory all year round and must be worn at school whenever the children are outside.  

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