Dress code policy in relation to your child's attendance at our school.We believe that a school Dress Code contributes to:
- Whole school unity and individual feelings of self-worth through such unity.
- The provision of a supportive school environment by reducing levels of competitive dressing.
- The realisation of social justice by relieving parents of pressure to purchase high cost brand name clothing for school wear.
- Positive visibility of Goodwood Primary School in the wider community.
Therefore we will support the wearing of school uniform and conformity with a dress code by:
- Positive staff and community support for school uniform and the dress code.
- Offering the sale of uniforms through a Uniform Shop.
- Taking steps to eliminate dress based harassment.
- Inclusion of a range of non-brand named clothing in the dress code.
- Regular review of the dress code in consultation with students, parents/caregivers and staff.
- The yearly provision of an exclusive 'class of....' garment for year 7 students.
- Should a conflict arise between students in relation to clothing a restorative justice process
Dear Goodwood Primary School Families
Starting Term 4 2019 JS Xpress will manage your school uniform and offer you 3 ways of supplying your school uniforms
Long sleeve or short sleeve navy polo with logo
poly/cotton or nylon
Summer school tartan.
Navy long sleeve polo and zip neck polo windcheater
Bike pants or leggings can be worn under skirts or dresses. They are not suitable on their own.
Denim Jeans - Are NOT suitable clothing.
Jewellery - Earrings: only sleepers or studs. A watch or medic alert bracelet is allowed. For safety reasons no rings or neck accessories.
Accessories - Plain belts
Footwear - Rubber soled shoes or sandals with backs, worn securely.
Make-up - No make-up needs to be worn. Nail polish can only be clear in colour
Aerosol cans - must not be brought to school eg deodorants, body spray and mousse/gel.
Cultural requirements - can be negotiated with the Principal.
- A child needs a note from their parent/caregiver explaining why they are not wearing school uniform.
- Children without a note will be asked to go to the front office; parents will be rung and asked to bring in a uniform.