Uniform

Our uniform presents the School to the public and ensures a positive image in line with the ethos as a Church school. We expect our students to wear their uniforms while travelling to and from school, whilst at school, and in attendance at any other school approved function.

School uniform

Warmer Weather ( Summer)

  • St Joseph’s School unisex (girls & boys) sky blue polo top with navy vertical stripes and sky blue logo.
  • St Joseph’s School navy micro-fibre shorts with school logo.
  • St Joseph’s School polar fleece navy jumper with sky blue logo.
  • St Joseph’s School navy bucket hat with sky blue logo.
  • Shoes – predominantly white plain sandshoes
  • Socks - white socks

Colder Weather (Winter)

  • St Joseph’s School unisex (girls & boys) sky blue polo top with navy vertical stripes and sky blue logo.
  • St Joseph’s School navy micro-fibre track pants.
  • St Joseph’s School polar fleece navy jumper with sky blue logo.
  • St Joseph’s School navy bucket hat with sky blue logo.
  • Shoes – predominantly white plain sandshoes
  • Socks - white socks

Hair Styles

  • The hair of all students must be clean, neat and tidy. The length of hair is at the discretion of the students, however at no time must hair fall onto the face and if hair is longer than the collar, it must be neatly tied back with a navy or sky blue band, scrunchie or ribbon.
  • Unusual haircuts or styles, including unusual colours, will not be allowed.
  • Jewellery is to be kept to a minimum – earrings (studs or sleepers), watches & religious necklace items only.

Coats / Jackets

  • During Term 2 & 3 if a jacket is needed on colder days, a plain blue jacket is able to be worn.  The jacket is not to be worn without a jumper and is to be worn outside only.

Beanies and scarves are also available for purchase through the School Office and can be worn during Term 2 & 3 only.

Uniforms are purchased through the School Office.  At times we will have second hand uniforms available again through the School Office.

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2020 Newsletters

Term 3