School Uniform Policy

The Rossmoyne Senior High School’s uniform policy was developed by the School Board in accordance with Department of Education and Training policy and guidelines on dress standards for students in public schools. The wearing of school uniform is supported strongly by the Rossmoyne community and is a symbol of pride in the school. There is an expectation that students will comply with the dress requirements and that valuable school time will not need to be diverted to following up on breaches of school uniform policy.  The new uniform can be purchased or pre-ordered from Uniform Concepts (See below).

The wearing of school uniform is compulsory. Parents indicate their support of the school uniform policy on their child’s enrolment form.

Under section 128C of the Education Act, the School Board determines, in consultation with the school community, a school uniform for students. Shoes are part of our school uniform.

School uniform is a very important part of the Rossmoyne Senior High School ethos and tradition.

 

Lower School (Years 7 – 10)

White cotton school shirt – full button (not soft collar ‘polo’ type) with logo. In colder weather a plain white T-shirt or roll-neck top can be worn under the shirt for extra warmth. Scarves and religious headwear must be in one of the school colours (white, black or blue).

 

Upper School (Years 11, 12)

Blue cotton school shirt – full button (not soft collar ‘polo’ type) with logo. In colder weather a plain white or pale blue T-shirt or roll-neck top can be worn under the shirt for extra warmth. Scarves and religious headwear must be in one of the school colours (white, black or blue).

     Students then have a choice of:

  • The navy blue Rossmoyne Senior High School full length plain trousers with school embroidered logo.
  • The navy blue Rossmoyne Senior High School tailored shorts with school embroidered logo.
  • Royal blue school jumper.
  • Unisex Microfibre school jacket.
  • Tartan school (Zina) skirt with two front pleats.
  • Suitable enclosed low heeled shoes, sturdy sports or flats. All footwear must be predominantly black or white. No variations are acceptable. No slip-ons are to be worn as they can be dangerous.
  • Black stockings can be worn with skirts and socks need to tone in with the school uniform.

 

Skirts

Skirts must be worn at a modest length.

 

Exemptions / Non-compliance with Uniform Policy

Students who are unable to meet the Uniform Policy on any particular day must bring a note from a parent explaining the reasons for non-compliance. This is to be handed in to Student Central before the start of school. A Student Central staff member will determine whether or not a dress code exemption pass is required.

 

Caps or Hats

All students and teachers must wear a cap or hat during break times when out on the school oval. A cap or hat is to be worn by each student in Year 7, 8 and 9 during PE classes. Head wear must not contain promotional material. Beanies must be in the school blue.

 

Make-up, Jewellery and Body Adornments

Make-up, jewellery and body adornments must be minimal, unobtrusive and safe. Earrings should be kept to sleepers or studs. If, in the opinion of the school administration, students do not adhere to these guidelines, they will be required to make the necessary changes to conform to this policy.

 

Health and Safety

Students will be issued with a Health and Safety policy in the Design & Technology, Home Economics and Science departments. This may include appropriate closed footwear, protective clothing, safety goggles etc.

 

Special Uniforms

(eg Tours, Bush Rangers, Volleyball)
These uniforms are not to be worn in school time except where endorsed by the school board.

 

Excursions

Unless otherwise stated, students will be expected to wear full school uniform on excursions.

 

Physical Education and Sport Attire

Lower School

Black unisex shorts with logo. Home Room polo shirt with school logo. Appropriate footwear (eg sports shoes) and hats (if outside) must be worn during all physical education sessions. Physical Education attire is not to be worn during other classes.

Upper school

Black shorts with logo. Home Room polo shirt with school logo. Appropriate footwear (eg sports shoes) and hats (if outside) must be worn during all physical education sessions. Physical Education attire is not to be worn during other classes.

Swimming

Students must wear approved swimming attire.

 

Dance

Students are required to wear approved ¾ or full-length pants in a stretch material, tight fitting top/t-shirt, 100% cotton socks or bare feet (and trainers for Hip-Hop). Hair is to be tied back off the face. Dance attire is not to be worn during other classes.

 

Music Uniform

The music uniform is to be worn by all students when taking part in public performances.

Boys: White, long-sleeved shirt, tailored black trousers (not jeans), blue bow tie, black shoes and black socks.

Girls: Blue top and long black skirt, black court shoes and black stockings. Blue hair ribbon if required. The blue hair ribbon, bow tie, girls top and skirt must be purchased through the school.

 

Last update: 15 November 2019


Supplier of School Uniform Articles

Second hand School Uniform

There is an onsite Second hand School Uniform shop.
Open Fridays 8.30-9.30am.
Entry is via Front Reception.

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2020 Special opening times

Thursday 30 January 2020 8:30-9:30am
Friday 31 January 2020 8:30-9:30 am
Thursday 6 February 2020 8:30-9:30am
Friday 7 February 2020 8:30-9:30 am
Thursday 13 February 2020 8:30-9:30am
Friday 14 February 2020 8:30-9:30am

From 21 February 2020 and for the remainder of the year, the shop will open on Fridays from 8:30 – 9:30 am during school terms.

 

New School Uniform

Uniform Concepts: Nell Gray
30 Kembla Way, Willetton
Phone: 9270 4669

Thank you to parents for their ongoing support of the school uniform.