St Patrick's School

Katanning

Amherst St
Katanning WA 6317
T: (08) 9820 8100
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St Patrick's School
Katanning

 

Uniform

The school uniform identifies the individual as belonging to the whole. It should be worn neatly, correctly and with pride, reflecting the respect that it symbolises.

Parents are asked to support the St Patrick’s uniform policy to ensure students are correctly attired.

All items of clothing must be clearly marked with the student’s name.

Grey or sky blue shirts are to be tucked in and shoes kept polished. Hair must be neat and styled in a manner in keeping with primary school standards. Hair accessories are restricted to plain clips, ribbons or hair ties (no flowers etc.) in blue, yellow or white. Students with hair longer than collar length are to wear their hair tied back. Hair must be clean and a fringe that is below eyebrow length must be clipped back.

Jewellery is confined to a watch. Religious or medical jewellery must be worn under clothing. If earrings are worn, they are limited to plain studs or sleepers and only one pair may be worn at a time. Necklaces, bracelets and rings (including signet rings) are not to be worn. The school does not take responsibility for accidents that occur as a result of wearing jewellery or for the loss of any jewellery.

No nail polish, visible tattoos (temporary or permanent).

Royal blue slouch hats with school crest are compulsory during Terms 1 and 4. Children are not permitted to borrow hats but must remain in the covered area during break times.

There is a two week change over period in Term 2 and Term 4 to change between summer and winter uniform. It is not acceptable to wear a combination of summer and winter uniforms or sports shoes with formal uniform.

Physical Education and sports clothes are to be worn correctly on the specified days.

Download a copy of the Uniform Order Form.

UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS
Summer Uniform (Terms 1 & 4)
Girls – Royal blue summer dress, white fold over ankle socks with black school shoes, or brown school sandals. Bloomers are to be worn under dress on Drama days.
Boys – Grey shorts, short sleeved grey shirt with logo, black school shoes worn with grey with royal blue and gold stripe socks or brown school sandals.
Winter Uniform (Terms 2 & 3)
Girls – royal blue tunic or trousers with sky blue long sleeved shirt and royal blue tie, school jumper, black school shoes, white socks or navy blue tights. Bloomers are to be worn under tunic on Drama days.
Boys –long grey trousers with long sleeved grey shirt and royal blue tie, school jumper, black shoes worn with grey with royal blue and gold stripe socks.
Sports Uniform – Royal blue tracksuit top with gold stripe on the sleeves, royal blue tracksuit pants with gold stripe or royal blue unisex shorts worn with long or short sleeved gold shirt with school crest. If girls choose to wear royal blue sport skirt they must wear royal blue bloomers.
Red or green faction shirts may only be worn in Term Three and on carnival days.
Predominantly white runners. (Black or fluoro runners are not permitted.) White sport socks.

Uniform Requirements Pre Primary

In 2013, here in Western Australia, Pre-primary became the first compulsory year of school. It is five full days a week and important for children to attend every day. With this in mind, the Pre-primary uniform will be as follows:

Summer

  • Pre-primary t-shirt with logo
  • Blue sports shorts
  • Predominantly white sports shoes and white socks

Winter

  • Pre-primary t-shirt with logo
  • Blue sports shorts
  • Predominantly white sports shoes and white socks
  • Pre-primary windcheater
  • Royal blue tracksuit top with gold stripe on the sleeves, royal blue tracksuit pants with gold stripe

Red, gold or green faction shirts may only be worn in Term Three and on carnival days.

 

 

The school uniform identifies the individual as belonging to the whole. It should be worn neatly, correctly and with pride, reflecting the respect that it symbolises.