Compulsory for Year 7-10 (Years 11 - 12 are encouraged to purchase a College bag)
T-shirts or tracksuits may not be worn under uniform by either boys or girls.
No visible piercing allowed besides ear lobes – including nose, facial, brow, tongue or upper ear.
Hair must be one natural colour. Hair clips in silver or gold. Hair that is shoulder length or longer MUST be neatly tied back with a band or clips. Ribbons, scrunchies hair ties in navy, red, green or white. Extreme styles such as rat’s tails, undercuts, mohawks, dreadlocks or scalp designs are not permitted.
Plain navy, red, green or white only.
Black, polishable, hard sole, leather lace-up traditional school shoes
with heels less than 2.5 cm. Soft or buckle styles (ie Mary-Jane) are not permitted
under WHS regulations.
To be worn outdoors only
- Boys must wear the style of trousers approved for use at St John Paul II Catholic College and sold by the College uniform shop. No variations in style, material or colour are permitted.
- If for any reason the sports uniform is not available then full school uniform must be worn.
- Neither girls nor boys may wear T-shirts beneath an open neck shirt or blouse.
- The girls’ skirts are to be worn between knee and mid-calf length.
- The only jewellery permitted is a watch and a plain signet ring. Chains with small Christian medals or crosses may be worn around the neck but the chain must be long enough that they are not seen above the “V” of the shirt or blouse. Coloured bracelets and wristbands are not permitted.
- In the winter terms the school blazer must be worn with or without the college jumper. Parkas, school tracksuit tops or sloppy-joes may not be worn with the school uniform. Scarves are permitted during winter but they must be in plain St John Paul II Catholic College colours. Multi-coloured or patterned scarves are not permitted.
Consequences for Wearing Incorrect Uniform:
- Students found to be out of uniform without a valid reason in writing from a parent/caregiver will have a warning recorded in their diary.
- On the third occasion the student is out of uniform they will be expected to attend an afternoon detention.
- Repeated failure to wear correct uniform will require parents/caregivers to attend a meeting regarding the matter.
- Students in incorrect shoes cannot attend classes for health and safety reasons. Students will be expected to get the correct shoes before going to class.