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Belfast School has a compulsory wearing of a school uniform as a means of providing a sense of identity and to try and maintain a high standard of personal presentation.  A Royal or Navy Blue wide brimmed sun hat is compulsory for Terms 1 and 4.

Children in Years 1-6 must wear the uniform Years 1-6 Uniform2018  

Please note that our Senior children (Years 7/8) have a different Uniform, which you can view per this attachment Uniforms-Y7-8 2018

Uniform Policy adopted by the Board of Trustees at their meeting on Monday, 11 March 2013.  This policy will come into affect at the beginning of Term 2 (6 May 2013)

Students are expected and encouraged to take a pride in their general appearance.  A uniform list is available from the school office.

Students must wear shoes that enclose the whole foot and are appropriate for school sporting activities.  Jandals, sandals, slides, shoes with wheels, high heels and slip-on/ballet style shoes are not suitable school footwear.

Colours of shoes to be primarily; black, blue or white to fit school uniform colour.

The uniform is available from The Warehouse, Northwood Supacentre.

Second hand uniform articles are available from the school office.

The only jewellery permitted at school is one stud in each ear, and an item of cultural or religious significance.

Students may not wear make-up or nail polish.

The only hats permitted at school are wide brimmed navy blue or royal sunhats in Terms 1 and 4.

Hair cuts/styles:

Extreme hair cuts/styles and hair colouring (hair must be of natural colour) are not permitted.

Hair extensions, including clip-ons are not permitted. 

Any hair that is longer than below the collar must be tied back, includes both girls and boys.

It is worth noting that Intermediate and High Schools in the local area have similar rules regarding hair cuts/styles.

If you are in doubt please discuss with your child’s Teacher.

The consequence of breaching the dress code is a letter sent home to parents requesting the matter in question be rectified.