The dress code is established by the School Staff and Board of Leinster Community School to promote a positive, safe and healthy learning environment for the students.
Our school dress code:
- Fosters, promotes and enhances the public image of the school
- Ensures students are safely and appropriately dressed for specific school activities
- Encourages equality among students
- Assists in building school and team spirit
- Assists in identifying our students for requirements of duty of care, particularly for out of school activities such as excursions
Leinster Community School has a uniform for students. The uniform consists of a black/purple shirt and jacket, black or purple bottoms as well as a black/white or purple dress. Faction shirts (red and blue) are also available.
The uniform shop is run by P&C volunteers. New uniforms can be ordered from P & C Uniform coordinator. The P&C provide Kindergarten students with a complimentary school hat.
The School Board supports the wearing of uniforms because of the obvious benefits of economy, practicality, identity and equity.
Our uniform consists of the following:
Boys: Purple school shirt with teal stripe, purple shorts, purple school jacket with teal stripe, purple track pants and school purple hat
Girls: Purple school shirt with teal stripe, purple dress with teal stripe, purple shorts, purple school jacket with teal stripe, purple track pants and school purple hat
Students may wear black leggings (tights) as an alternative to shorts and track pants
Faction Shirts: We have two factions Percys (blue) and Waroonga (red) which are named after the early settlements in our area.
Students are encouraged to wear the sports shirts at all sporting events but may wear these to school as an alternative to the teal striped shirt
- Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times, including sneakers for Physical Education/Sport
- Thongs are not considered appropriate for school
- Students are required to wear closed top footwear in the Manual Arts room and Home Economics rooms
- Students need to wear hats when in the sun
When a student’s clothing is not consistent with the school dress code, the following measures may be taken:
- Parents contacted via telephone or letter
- Parents provided with a copy of the School Dress Code
- Exclusion from excursions (this is specific to the day of excursions and is a measure to ensure safety of students while off site)
The school promotes a faction system to foster team spirit and loyalty which reinforces our school values. We have two factions Percys (blue) and Waroonga (red) which are named after old mine sites in our area. Waroonga (gold) and Perseverance (nickel) were both great models for digging deep and coming out on top!
Your child will be placed in one of these factions and all family members are placed in the same faction. Faction shirts can be worn to school at any time.