Uniform Policy

St Ita’s will have a school uniform that provides adequate sun protection and allows freedom of movement, is comfortable and durable and purchase does not impose financial burdens on parents.

The wearing of full school uniform is compulsory and we see the enforcement of this policy as a shared responsibility between home and school.  A review of the uniform will be undertaken every 5 years in line with our School Renewal Plan

 
 
Girls Summer Uniform
Boys Summer Uniform
  • green check blouse
  • black cullotte (with logo)
  • black uniform socks
  • black shoes
  • broad brimmed school hat
  • green shirt
  • black  shorts (with logo)
  • black uniform socks
  • black shoes
  • broad brimmed school hat
 
Girls Winter Uniform
Boys Winter Uniform
  • same as for summer
  • bottle green pullover or fleecy zipper top
  • microfibre zip jacket
  • black microfibre trackpants (with logo)
  • black stockings
  • same as for summer
  • bottle green pullover or fleecy zipper top
  • microfibre zip jacket
  • black microfibre trackpants (with logo)
Girls Sports Uniform
Boys Sports Uniform
  • polo shirt
  • black shorts  (with logo)
  • black uniform socks
  • black sports shoes / joggers
  • swim wear that provides adequate sun protection
  • bathing cap
  • polo shirt
  • black  shorts (with logo)
  • black uniform socks
  • black sports shoes / joggers
  • swim wear that provides adequate sun protection
  • bathing cap
 
 
Uniform Regulations
  1. Religious medals and crosses and medical bracelets may be worn. No other jewellery is to be worn with the school uniform except for watches and plain studs or small sleepers in pierced ears.
  2. No nail polish is to be worn with the school uniform.
  3. Hair is to be kept neat/tidy and out of the eyes at all times.  Hair that is touching the collar or longer must be tied back with acceptable hair accessories regardless of gender.  Hair accessories must be in school colour - green, white or black.
  4. Any additional headwear (e.g. headbands, ribbons, scrunchies) must be in school colours - green and/or white.
  5. During all outdoor activities school hats are to be worn. Children will not be allowed to play outdoors if they do not wear their school hat.
  6. Children essentially need one pair of shoes and that is sensible, BLACK joggers or sandshoes. These shoes can be worn for the five school days.
  7. If a child is not in full, correct uniform, parents are asked to notify the child’s teacher or the Principal as to the reason by note, by telephone, by email or in person.
  8. If a child is persistently out of uniform, a uniform note will be sent home with the child citing the aspect of the uniform that requires attention.
Free Dress Days
When uniform free days occur students are to ​wear clothing which complies with ALL of the following:
  • ​Closed in shoes, suitable for active play
  • Clothing which fully covers the torso
  • Clothing which covers and protects the shoulders from the sun
  • Dresses/shorts to be to at least mid-thigh length
  • School hats or other suitable hat to be worn.
Please be aware, inapporpriate slogans are not acceptable.​