Students are expected to keep their hair clean, neat and tidy at all times.
Students are to keep hair off their face and out of their eyes. Student haircuts are to be in a sensible and conventional style. There are to be no extremes of fashion in hairstyle cut or colour. Shaving of any part of the head or undercuts, and haircuts with a number 1 or 2 blade are not permitted. Rat’s tails are not permitted. For girls, long hair below the shoulder should be tied back by a ribbon, ‘scrunchy’, hair band or clip in navy blue colour.
In the interest of safety and security, no jewellery should be worn. A watch, gold or silver bangle or bracelet which cannot be removed, are permitted. A plain gold silver or gold chain with a religious symbol or medal may be worn under the child’s shirt out of sight. (However, this is not recommended due to valuable items being lost in the playground and children and parents being greatly upset at the loss).
If a girl's ears are pierced, only one pair of sleepers or studs are to be worn in the lower ear lobe. Boys are not permitted to wear earrings at school or at any school activities. No other jewellery is permitted and teachers will ask students to remove inappropriate jewellery. In extreme cases, jewellery will be confiscated, secured and returned at a later time to the student or parent.
Make-up and nail polish are not part of the school uniform. Students wearing make-up or coloured nail polish will be asked to remove it.
The Assistant Principal, in consultation with the Principal, will make the final decision on what is considered appropriate hair styling, grooming and jewellery for school. Parents will be notified if there are concerns regarding their child/ren.