‘A school dress code must observe health, safety and decency standards, and be practical in its application to a wide range of physical activities and weather conditions’
– Department of Education & Children’s Services Administrative Guidelines.
Bellevue Heights Primary School has a ‘Colour Code’ policy. The uniform selected is flexible, based around the school colours of maroon and sky blue with a variety of interchangeable pieces allowing for choice and individual preferences.
Bellevue Heights Primary School positively encourages the wearing of school uniform or school colours. Whilst the wearing of the uniform is not compulsory, we stress students should be dressed in clothing which is suitable for everyday physical activities, as well as academic pursuits.
The school believes that the wearing of a school uniform creates a positive school identity and public image. We believe our uniform items maintain choice for individuals, are mindful of protection, allow for a variety of physical activities, reflect principles of equality of opportunity and are cost effective.
School uniform will be encouraged for all students attending events such as excursions, performances, school photographs or interschool activities.
The Uniform Policy is supported by the Governing Council and the Parents & Friends Committee.
Click on the link below for the Uniform Policy.