All items must be purchased from the school uniform store and must be embroidered with the school name/logo.
Black shorts or skirt: no more than 5cm above the knee
Plain black trousers
Plain white blouse or green polo shirt
Black tights (70+ denier) or knee-high plain black socks may be worn under a skirt or shorts in Terms 2 & 3 (sold at school)
Plain black or plain white socks
Plain black trousers/cargo pants or shorts
White shirt or green polo shirt
Plain black or plain white ankle socks
Bottle green polar fleece vest or bottle green jersey
Black jackets – plain black jackets, no writing and no colours, are acceptable but must not be worn in class time or at assembly
White polyprop/singlet may be worn under white shirt/blouse; black polyprop under green polo shirt
A plain black belt may be worn
Shoes must be plain black and flat. No knee high boots.
Black sandals with a back strap are permitted
E. PHYSICAL EDUCATION UNIFORM
Plain black taslon shorts bearing school logo or initials GBHS*
Plain house coloured T-shirts*
Tracksuit pants and sweatshirt or rugby jersey – plain
One-piece swim suit
Sport shoes - clean and non-marking
All gear must be clean for each lesson and without writing or advertising
The wearing of sunhats outside is encouraged
Hats and jackets are not to be worn in classrooms or assembly
A warm hat may be worn when it is cold
* School uniforms are supplied by the GBHS Home & School Association. There will be sale days notified through the Goldie and also on the Year 6 orientation day. Contact: Daphne Dijk 525 8320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This dress code applies to all students who have permission to wear mufti.
Students at school should be practically, attractively and economically dressed in a manner that allows students and parents some choice.
The choice of clothing should be neat, clean, decent and appropriate for school life.
To allow students and parents a choice of clothing to be worn to school and on associated school activities.
To give guidelines to ensure safety and decency and to prevent clothing giving offence.
To discourage competition of dress and to encourage modest dress appropriate to everyday work.
GUIDELINES FOR THE WEARING OF UNIFORM AND MUFTI
Clothing worn to school is to be clean, tidy, decent and not torn or frayed.
Clothing will not carry offensive messages or pictures, or slogans relating to alcohol and other drugs.
Footwear must be worn. It must be clean and in good repair. Sandals with back straps are permitted.
T-shirts are acceptable school wear. Year 12 and 13 students will be permitted to wear sleeveless, semi-formal tops (not shoestring straps or singlets). All tops must cover the midriff and cleavage. Under-garments should not be visible.
Shorts and skirts: to be worn no shorter than 5cm above the knee.
Hats, gloves and coats are not to be worn in classrooms or at assembly.
Care must be taken with loose clothing and long hair which might be unsafe, e.g. near machinery, bunsens, etc. Students may be asked to remove items of clothing wherever health or safety might be an issue.
Excessive jewellery will not be worn as it can be dangerous in the gymnasium, laboratory and workshops. A small stud, bar or ring no bigger than 10mm is the only jewellery to be worn in any piercing. No sharp or pointed piercings.
Appropriate dress sense, and awareness of the expectations of the community, should be fostered in our students.
NOTE: The school reserves the right to decide whether standards of personal dress and grooming are acceptable, and to take action when standards are unsatisfactory.
If you can't wear the correct uniform: See your Form Teacher before Period 1. You must have a note from home explaining the circumstances.
All personal property must be clearly named.
SECOND HAND UNIFORMS
If you have a second-hand uniform for sale there are several ways you can sell it:
Email Lizzy to advertise it in our School Goldie Newsletter for a small fee.