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NPS Dress Code Policy

NPS School Dress Code Policy

It is expected that students wear the school uniform every day except when it is a special event that has been communicated to parents. It is the school’s belief that a school uniform develops a sense of belonging and pride in our students and promotes school spirit. 

From 2021, all uniform purchases are now outsourced to a  private company UMS  

It is strongly advised to label all clothing to assist with the return of lost clothing.

Dress Code Details

Colours: royal blue and white.

Clothing: The school prefers all students to wear uniform clothing purchased from the school’s uniform shop - UMS. The clothing items are royal blue in colour and some items have the school logo. Uniform clothing which is sold includes the following items:

Polo shirts, shorts, skorts, dresses, pinafores, track pants, windcheaters and jumpers

In 2021 both year 7 and year 6 students can wear the specially designed commemorative shirts and windcheaters.

Student uniform clothing which is not purchased from the school’s uniform shop must be plain royal blue or white in colour. Jeans are not permitted.

Leggings/Tights: Royal blue, navy or white leggings/tights may be worn under an outer piece of school uniform clothing.

Headwear: Royal blue, white or black cultural/religious headwear is approved.

Hats: Legionnaire or bucket hats are to be worn for all outside activities and at playtimes during Terms 1, 3 and 4 or when the UV index reaches 3 or more. Royal blue and school logo sun-safe hats purchased from the school’s uniform shop are preferred.

Footwear: Thongs and slip-on shoes with no heel support are not permitted for safety reasons. Sandshoes are encouraged to be worn for PE lessons.

Jewellery: Students are encouraged not to wear excessive jewellery.

Make-up: Students are encouraged not to wear excessive make-up and nail polish.

Non-compliant details

Firstly: Staff speak to the student, secondly: leadership send home a letter to parent/guardian, thirdly: A meeting with parent/guardian and leadership