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Uniforms - A Message from Acting Deputy Principal - Students

The school uniform is a symbol of our community and part of the proud tradition of Rockhampton Girls Grammar School. I think of school events such as our participation in the annual Anzac Day March and how instantly recognisable our school is in navy, marigold and white.

Unfortunately our uniform shop has experienced supply issues this year which has had an impact on some of our students’ ability to comply with the School’s uniform policy. Based on the most recent updates from suppliers, we are expecting blazers in the next month or so, with Panama hats to follow shortly after. At this stage we do not have an estimated delivery date for our day dresses or sports socks.

If families have uniform items at home that have been outgrown or are no longer needed, please consider donating these or selling them through our uniform shop. I know our new families would appreciate it.

For our students who have been able to access the full school uniform, I would like to remind you of some of the key expectations.

Students in Prep-Year 6 wear the day dress for both regular, and formal occasions. The dress is optional for students in Years 7-12 but if worn, must come to the top of the knee. White fold-down socks or navy tights can be worn with the Clarks Ingrid T-bar shoe, which is the only shoe permitted.

Students in Years 7-12 can choose to wear their school dress or formal shirt and skirt with the white fold-down socks or navy tights as day wear but must wear their formal uniform every Wednesday for Assembly, and on formal occasions. At these times, the girls must wear the white fold-down socks only, as well as the school blazer and a white ribbon in their hair if applicable. Unlike the day dress, the formal skirt should come to the bottom of the knee.

Students in Years 6-12 are required to wear the panama hat with the gold and navy hatband. The hat must be worn to and from school, and at all times during the day when the student is outside, unless it is raining.

Make up, nail polish, false nails and lashes are not permitted at school. A simple watch and a pair of sleepers or small studs (plain gold, silver or pearl) can be worn in the lower lobe only. Earrings are not allowed to be worn in any additional piercings a student may have. No visible body piercing is permitted and tattoos must not be visible whilst in uniform.

Bracelets and necklaces are not permitted but religious talismans may be worn out of sight, under the dress or formal shirt.

Hair styles should be neat and tidy for a work environment. Long hair which covers the collar, should be tied up with a white or gold ribbon, or plain white, navy, brown or black hair tie.

When at school or out in public, including out of hours, the Girls Grammar uniform should be worn in its entirety. It is important our girls wear their uniform correctly, reflecting their pride in our great school.

Thank you to all our students and families for your support with this policy.

Nadine Kelly

Acting Deputy Principal - Students



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