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St Joseph's Primary School Catholic Schools

Uniforms

All students are to wear full school uniform each day

Summer Uniform

  • Navy Skort OR Micro fibre Shorts
  • School Short sleeved Polo Shirt with logo (Available from uniform shop)
  • Short white socks (no colours or stripes)
  • Black good quality leather look joggers
  • Navy hat with school logo (Available from uniform shop)
  • Optional Blue check dress with back zipper.

 

Winter  Uniform

  • Navy Skort OR Micro fibre Shorts
  • School Short or long sleeved Polo Shirt with logo (Available from uniform shop)
  • Short white socks (no colours or stripes)
  • Black good quality leather look joggers
  • Navy hat with school logo (Available from uniform shop)
  • Optional Blue check dress with back zipper.
  • Navy tights if desired
  • Navy tracksuit (Round neck sweat) OR School jacket with logo (Available from uniform shop)

 

Hats

The correct school hat to be worn is outlined in the uniform section.

St. Joseph's is a Sunsmart school.

The wearing of a broad brimmed school hat at St. Joseph's is essential in our Queensland climate,

with its high incidence of skin damage and skin cancer.

 No hat means no play.

 

Hair

All hair must be tidy.

Long hair must be worn pinned back, for health and hygiene reasons.

Hair ribbons and clips etc must be school colours only.

No dyed hair.

No Mohawks or hair art.

 

Nail Polish / Body Art

These are not permitted to be worn or seen on the body at school.

Please ensure it is removed or covered before attending school.

 

Jewellery

  • Studs or sleepers (no earrings that dangle)
  • No other jewellery with the exception of a simple cross or Mary MacKillop medallion or leadership badge
  • Watches – not expensive ones please.

 

Naming Property

Please take the time to ensure that all of your child’s property is clearly named. Too many items find their way into the Lost Property Box and replacement is an unnecessary expense. Examples of items that need to be named include:

 Rulers, rubbers, pencil cases, school bags, lunch boxes, water bottles, books and other stationery items

 Hats, jumpers, track suits, all items of clothing.

 

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