UNIFORM DRESS UNIFORM DRESS CODE CODE by jennyyingdi

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									TRACKSUIT TOPS :

At present, these are an optional part of the school uniform.
They do not replace the school jumper. They may be worn
over the school jumper when it is particularly cold and addi-
tional warmth is required.

NAIL POLISH / MAKE-UP :

Coloured nail polish and/or make-up is not to be worn to
school.

It would be appreciated if parents understood that these re-
quirements reflect :
•    A need for consistency in school uniform standards.
• The addressing of health and safety issues.

It is expected that parents will be supportive of the school’s de-
sire to work in the best interests of all the students.


_________________

ANNE NOLAN
Principal
                                                                     UNIFORM DRESS
Brighton Catholic
Primary School                                                            CODE
1051 Connolly Drive
Butler WA 6036

Phone : 9562 9500
Fax :   9562 4929
Email : admin@brightoncps.wa.edu.au                                      2007
GIRLS’ SUMMER/WINTER UNIFORM :                          PLEASE NOTE : CHILDREN ARE EXPECTED
                                                        TO BE IN FULL SCHOOL UNIFORM AT ALL
Box Pleat Skirt in school colours.
                                                        TIMES !!!
White Short Sleeve shirt with school crest.
(long-sleeve shirt in winter if
preferred).                                             HAIR :
Red woolen jumper with crest.
Black leather lace-up shoes.                            If hair is long enough, ie. shoulder length, it should be
White school socks (not anklets).                       tied up and secured with a red or white ribbon or
Black slouch school hat.                                scrunchie.
School Tie (worn during 2nd & 3rd terms and for spe-
cial occasions).                                        If hair is short, it should at least be neat, clean and off
                                                        the face, particularly out of the eyes.
BOYS’ SUMMER/WINTER UNIFORM :
                                                        Hairstyles should not attract undue
Charcoal school shorts.                                 attention or be extreme. Exaggerated hairstyles, colour-
(charcoal school trousers in 2nd & 3rd terms if pre-    ing or use of gels, mousse or waxes to create effects
ferred).                                                such as spikes are not
White short sleeve shirt with school crest.             acceptable at school.
(long-sleeve shirt in winter if
preferred).                                             JEWELLERY :
Red woolen jumper with crest.
Black leather lace-up shoes.                            1 Watch.
White school socks.                                     Chains, bracelets and rings should not be worn to
Black slouch school hat.                                school. Expensive jewellery and/or family heirlooms are
School Tie (worn during 2nd & 3rd terms and for spe-    subject to loss and damage.
cial occasions).
                                                        EARRINGS :
SPORTS UNIFORM : (BOYS AND GIRLS)                       GIRLS
                                                        1 pair of plain gold or silver studs or sleepers to be worn
Black microfibre unisex shorts.                         in the lower ear lobes. Earrings must be removed for
(Black microfibre trackpants in winter if preferred),   sport and phys. Ed. The children are responsible for
Red & White Polo Shirt with crest.                      their safekeeping.
Black, red and white microfibre jacket (optional).      BOYS
Black slouch school hat.                                Boys may not wear earrings to school. During recess
White school socks (not anklets).                       and lunch the boys become involved in a lot of physical
Black sports shoes.                                     activity and there is a health and safety risk. Sports
                                                        people in areas where physical contact is an issue are
SCHOOL SPORTS SHOES :                                   required to remove jewellery. At primary school physical
Mid or high top boots are unacceptable.                 contact is a given fact and cannot always be supervised.
Shoes should be ALL BLACK with no stripes or col-
oured laces.                                            SHIRTS :
SCHOOL HATS ARE WORN ALL YEAR AND A                     School shirts need to be tucked in at all times.
 NO HAT—NO PLAY POLICY APPLIES.

								
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