Uniform

All children are required to wear the recommended school uniform unless exempted. A school uniform gives children a sense of belonging, develops pride in the school, and discourages clothing fashion competition amongst students.

The school uniform has been endorsed by the Governing Council and is smart, comfortable and based on the school colours of green and gold. Campus uniforms are located at the end of our Blue Unit (opposite the canteen) and stock our range of school wear.

Opening times are each Monday morning 8.30am-9.30am and Wednesday afternoons from 2.30pm-3.45pm. They also open in the holidays, before the new school year starts. Contact Katrina on 8346 0830.

Hats - In accordance with the School “Sun Smart” policy, all students must wear a hat during outdoor activities from 1st September until 30th April. Hats must be bucket style as supplied by Uniform Shop. No hat, no play in the sun.

Unacceptable Clothing Styles or Accessories are those which are deemed by the school to be inappropriate in terms of safety, suitability for school activities and exposure to the sun e.g:

  • leggings
  • clothing with recognised commercial brand name logos
  • tank tops or shoe string straps
  • ugg boots, thongs, fashion sandals, slip on or backless shoes
  • fashion jewellery and accessories
  • nail polish and make up (students could be asked to remove or wash off any make up at school)
  • unnatural, bright, or flamboyant artificially coloured hair

Uniform Pricing List

Uniform Details 2017

009 A0890

Purchasing

New

Campus School and College Wear is the school's uniform supplier and operates the Flagstaff Hill School Uniform Shop out of the Melaleuka unit (opposite the canteen).

New uniforms can be purchased from the Uniform Shop directly on:

  • Monday: 8:30 am to 9:30 am
  • Wednesday: 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm

Order forms are available from the uniform shop, from the Front Office catalogue display area or can be downloaded here.

Pre-loved

A second-hand uniform shop located in the Parents & Friends room in the Hakea unit offers a range of pre-loved uniform items in great condition for just $5 each. The shop is open:

  • Monday: 2:45 pm to 3:15 pm
  • Friday: 8:30 am to 9:15 am

Donating

Donations of clean and cared for, pre-loved uniform items can be left at the second-hand uniform shop during the above opening hours, at the Front Office or at OSHC.

All monies raised from the uniform shop are collected and passed back to the school for new resources and/or equipment.

For any assistance with donations or any enquiries, please contact Johanna Rowe on jojo15@optusnet.com.au.

009 A0968

Uniform Requirements

Hats are compulsory for all students participating in outdoor play during terms 1 and 4 which is in line with the school Sun Smart policy. No hat, no play in the sun.

Year 7 students have the privilege of wearing an exclusive polo tops/jumpers during their final year at Flagstaff Hill R-7 School.

Unacceptable Clothing Styles or Accessories

Items that are deemed by the school to be inappropriate (in relation to safety, suitability for school activities and exposure to the sun) include:

  • baseball caps
  • netball skirts
  • leggings
  • clothing with recognised commercial brand name logos
  • tank tops or shoe string strap shirts
  • ugg boots, thongs, fashion sandals, slip on or backless shoes
  • fashion jewellery and accessories
  • nail polish and make up (students could be asked to remove or wash off any make up at school)

Exemptions

Parents wishing to seek exemption from their child/ren wearing school uniform may do so by requesting an exemption in writing to the Principal. A note written by a parent does not indicate that an exemption has been granted. Exemption may be granted on the following grounds:

  • religious/beliefs
  • cultural or ethnic
  • new student
  • itinerant students
  • genuine medical or family sickness reasons

Monitoring

Classroom teachers will monitor students’ compliance with the uniform policy, ongoing. Students who do not comply will have a note placed in their diary to be signed by the parent/caregiver and a copy of the current school uniform policy will be enclosed.

If a student continues to fail to wear their school uniform after notes have been sent home, a meeting will be made with the parent/caregiver and the Principal or a Senior staff member to resolve any religious, medical or financial issue preventing the student from wearing the uniform.

Students who do not wear the school uniform will not be able to participate at any out of school activity including camps and excursions or represent the school officially at activities such as SAPSASA etc.

Page last edited: November 21, 2018