Uniform and Appearance Policy

Uniform Requirements

In 2017, students will be required to wear sports uniform each day.  The sports uniform is made up of the St Luke’s polo shirt, St Luke’s sports shorts, St Luke’s tracksuit, St Luke’s white socks and St Luke’s hat. These items are to be accompanied with predominantly white or blue cross trainers or running shoes.

 

Appearance Policy

Jewellery 

Two items of jewellery may be worn. For example, one chain necklace, (with religious item if desired) one ring, or one set of small studs or sleepers limited to one in each earlobe. For safety reasons:

  • No jewellery items are to be worn in any face piercing (including tongue and nose piercings)
  • Sharp or protruding items are not to be worn.

Hair – Girls

  • Hair is to be tidy and neither grown, cut nor groomed in an extreme or exaggerated fashion.
  • Hairstyles should be neat and well groomed. Shaved heads, lines, steps, undercuts and exaggerated layering are not accepted.
  • Shoulder length to be tied back, then it should be tied back, using ribbons, bands or ‘scrunchies’ in school colours.
  • Hair should not obscure the face.
  • No contrast in hair colours.

Hair – Boys

  • Hair is to be tidy and neither grown nor groomed in an extreme or exaggerated fashion.
  • Shaved heads, lines, steps, undercuts and exaggerated layering are not accepted.
  • Hair should not obscure the face.
  • Hair should not extend beyond the top of the collar at the back, beyond eyebrows at the front or past the top of the ears. 
  • No contrast in hair colours.
  • No rat-tails or ponytails will be accepted.
  • Boys are to have clean-shaved faces.

Make-up

  • Students are not to wear make-up as part of their daily presentation.
  • Coloured nail polishes and lipsticks are not permitted.

Tattoos

  • Tattoos are not to be visible.

Uniform Order Form

 
   
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