The College uniform enhances a student’s sense of belonging to the College community. Wearing the uniform correctly shows pride in ones appearance and enhances the reputation of the College in the wider community. Correct College uniform should be worn at all times traveling to and from school, at school and at any school function.

All uniform items are available from:                             Cowan and Lewis                                                                       1315 Pacific Highway, Turramurra                                 Ph:  9449 9777                               www.cowanlewis.com.au

Uniform

  Boys   Girls
Blazer (crested) Compulsory outer garment in winter when travelling to and from school. Compulsory at formal College events or when representing the College. Blazer (crested) Compulsory outer garment in winter when travelling to and from school. Compulsory at formal College events or when representing the College.
Trousers/ Shorts Grey, flannel wool worn belted at the waist with a conservative black belt. Shorts are optional in summer: Seniors navy with long white socks, Juniors grey with long grey socks. Dress / Skirt Senior – Navy check Junior – Grey, blue checked tunic (summer) Pinafore (winter) All dresses and skirts must be worn to the knee.
Shirt (crested)  Seniors – white, Juniors – ice blue Shirts must be ironed and tucked in to trousers/shorts. Long-sleeved options available. Shirt (crested)  Seniors – white, Juniors – ice blue, long sleeved in winter Shirts must be ironed and tucked in to skirts.
Jumper Grey, College neck stripe, well fitted.  Jumper Navy, College neck stripe, well fitted. 
 Tie Senior – Blue with crest, worn all year. Junior – Purple and gold stripes, worn in winter or when blazer is worn. Optional navy scarf in winter.  Tie Senior – Navy with crest pin or senior boys tie, worn all year. Junior – Navy, worn in winter or when blazer is worn. Optional navy scarf in winter.
Shoes Black, fully enclosed, polished leather. Open shoes or soft canvas uppers do not meet WH&S standards  Shoes Black, fully enclosed, polished leather. Open shoes or soft canvas uppers do not meet WH&S standards
Socks Black or grey socks. Long socks, pulled up with shorts. Socks Short white socks that cover ankles in summer. In winter, senior – navy tights, junior – grey tights.
 Cap College cap is to be worn at school. It is strongly encouraged that students wear the cap at all times when outdoors.  Cap College cap is to be worn at school. It is strongly encouraged that students wear the cap at all times when outdoors.
 Bag College backpack to be kept clean of graffiti, stickers etc. Sports bag available.  Bag College backpack to be kept clean of graffiti, stickers etc. Sports bag available.
Other College, navy spray jacket (2 styles available)  Other College, navy spray jacket (2 styles available)

 

Sports Uniform

Sports uniform is to be worn to and from school on the students allocated sports day only. If full sports uniform is not available, full school uniform should be worn and a change of clothes should be brought to school. Sports uniform is to be brought to school and changed into for PDHPE lessons and other sporting events. Combinations of sports and normal school uniform will be considered out of uniform.

  • Tracksuit – College tracksuit should be worn in winter.
  • Shirts, shorts & skirts – students should wear the crested College shirt, shorts and/or skirt.
  • Shoes and socks – Joggers with white socks. Soft canvas slip-on shoes are not appropriate for school or sport.
  • Representative team uniforms – students playing representative sports will be required to wear the appropriate uniform for that team. This may require you to purchase alternate clothing e.g. football shorts and socks, netball skirts etc.
  • Some sports will require equipment supplied by students e.g. golf clubs, towels (for the gym). If this can not be organized alternate sport selections should be made.

 

Grooming

  Boys   Girls

 

Hair

Any colouring is to be conservative and appear natural. Patches or stripes of colour are not acceptable. – Hair must be above the shirt collar and a minimal amount of ‘product’ used to conservatively style.

Number 2 is the minimum acceptable length. Undercuts, steps, stripes or other patterns shaved into hair styles are not acceptable.

Fringes must be at a length so hair does not cover the student’s eyes.

 

Hair

 

Any colouring is to be conservative and appear natural. Patches or stripes of colour are not acceptable. – A minimal amount of ‘product’ may be used to conservatively style.

 

Number 2 is the minimum acceptable length. Undercuts, steps, stripes or other patterns shaved into hair-styles are not acceptable.

Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied back with blue/white ribbons/scrunchies.

Jewellery

Students are encouraged to wear a watch.

Chains with religious symbols or medical information may be worn under the shirt.

Any piercings are not acceptable.

Any other excessive jewellery may be confiscated.

Jewellery

Students are encouraged to wear a watch.

Chains with religious symbols or medical information may be worn under the shirt.

 One pair of studs/ sleepers may be worn in the ear lobes.

 Any other piercings are not acceptable. Any other excessive jewellery may be confiscated.

Piercings and Tattoos Both piercings and tattoos are discouraged by the College and the following expectations apply at school and all school events:

  • Visible jewellery in piercings is not acceptable.
  • Tattoos must be covered at all times.
Piercings and Tattoos Both piercings and tattoos are discouraged by the College and the following expectations apply at school and all school events:

  • Visible jewellery in piercings is not acceptable.
  • Tattoos must be covered at all times.
Facial hair Boys are to be completely clean-shaven everyday. Make-up

Students that are obviously wearing make-up will be asked to remove it.

Students will be asked to remove coloured nail polish.

Testimonials

  • “We chose this high school for our children because of the pastoral care for the students and the academic focus that is balanced with physical development.”

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