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Uniform policy

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Uniforms – School Dress Code

The Morayfield State School uniform has been designed and adopted by the P & C Association. A consistent presence of the school’s full uniform is a very powerful way to create a sense of pride in the school. The school uniform readily identifies children when travelling to and from school and on outside school activities, such as excursions and school sport. 

Our
Uniform Shop is located at the end of the Tuckshop counter and is open Tuesday to Friday 8.15am to 2.00pm.


Official Morayfield State School Uniform:

GIRLS

  • School polo shirt 

  • Bottle green straight skirt/skort or unisex shorts

  • White or dark green socks

  • Closed in shoes (e.g. joggers or black leather shoes)

  • Bottle green jumper/school jacket

  • Bottle green school hat/cap

BOYS

  • School polo shirt

  • Bottle green shorts

  • White or dark green socks

  • Closed in shoes (e.g. joggers  or black leather shoes)

  • Bottle green jumper/school jacket

  • Bottle green school hat/cap


Processes for compliance / conflict resolution:

  • Positively reward students wearing the full school uniform

  • Consistently remind the school community of the importance and rationale for the uniform.

  • Students not in full uniform to report to Principal and explain reasons.

  • Continued non-compliance will result in students being offered uniforms from a bank of uniforms held at the school and letters sent home to parents. A process for conflict resolution will be implemented for individual students persistently wearing inappropriate dress.

  • Students not in full school uniform will not participate in school sport or outside of school excursions (as per school behaviour management policy)


Jewellery

Students may wear a watch and small sleepers or stud earrings. A medical bracelet or medical necklace is also acceptable. Other jewellery such as necklaces, bracelets etc. may be unsafe for the student or other students as they could become caught in play equipment or come into contact with another student causing injury.

Other piercings, make-up and fingernail polish are not permitted.
NB: NO FACIAL PIERCING IS PERMITTED

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Last reviewed 30 March 2020
Last updated 30 March 2020