Quakers Hill Public School is proud of its reputation in the community and our attractive uniform contributes to the school’s identity and spirit. The school uniform promotes our school as a centre of excellence and creates a sense of belonging for students and a positive identity for the school community. School uniforms contribute to the personal safety of students by allowing easier recognition of students inside the school and in the community. The purpose of this document is to provide students, parents/carers and staff with a clear and common understanding of school uniform requirements. The School Uniform ImplementationStatementhas been developed following consultation with the school community and is strongly supported and endorsed by the Parent and Citizens Association.
Boy's school uniform consists of the royal blue shirt and grey pants with white socks and black shoes. Girls have the choice of wearing either the school dress (preferred option) or the royal blue shirt with skorts and white socks and black shoes.
The yellow polo shirt the school's Friday sports shirt and is worn with royal blue shorts for boys and royal blue skort for girls (with the schools emblem) and sneakers with white socks.
During the winter months our students also have our wonderful micro-fibre track top and pants. Our girls can choose to wear the school dress (with the school mirco-fibre jacket).
Please note that yellow polo shirts are to be worn on Friday sports day only and school hats are also to be worn at all times.
Our uniform can be purchased from the P&C uniform shop located in school grounds, at the old hall. The uniform shop operates on Monday mornings from 8.45am to 10am and Thursday afternoons from 2:30pm to 3:30pm. Download and view Quakers Hill Public School uniform price list (PDF 160KB).
We would like to Acknowledge the Kuringa & Dharug people of our nation who are the traditional custodians of this land. We would also like to pay respect to Elders both past and present and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people present.
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