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 School Uniform Policy

 

Introduction

It is our policy that the students of our school are dressed in our provided uniforms and are to wear them daily and for events or programs scheduled within or outside the premises of the school.

Aims and Objectives

Our policy is based on the speculation that a school uniform:

·       Boosts up a sense of pride in the school

·       Gives the students a sense of engagement and belonging

·       Is rational and smart

·       Is useful to identify children belonging to the school

·       Doesn’t create distractions in classrooms (as fashion clothes might be)

·       Makes children feel in line with their peers in reference to appearance

·       Considers religions and cultures and is made to satisfy them

·       Has been designed with health and safety in mind

 

Jewellery and Hair Accessories

Jewellery, or any sort of valuable is not permitted within the premises of our school regarding safety issues with the exception of ear-ring studs. For girls it is a must for hair to be tied up either in a ponytail or braided. It should not cover the face of the children making it difficult for them to see. Hair accessories are only limited to small white or black bands and hair clips.

Extreme Haircuts and hair colours

The school does not permit children to have haircuts or hair colours that cause distractions during class or are obtruding the student from being able to see the whiteboard.

Footwear

The school wants all children to grow into healthy adults. This being said, the school finds it dangerous for young children to be in platform soles or high heels in school, so it has been prohibited. Only black shoes are to be worn with white socks only by both boys and girls thereby keeping in with the smart appearance of the school uniform.

P.E. Uniforms

P.E. uniforms are to be worn on designated P.E. days by the students accompanied by soft soled trainers with white socks. Football shoes are not to be worn during school as it may cause a trip hazard when not being used in the field.

The Role of Parents

It is a duty for parents to send their children to school in proper uniform in order to proceed with daily schoolwork. Parents should ensure that the uniforms of their children are correct, clean, and crisp and is worn in the proper way.