Catholic Education South Australia

Uniform

Our sense of belonging to a community begins with pride in our self and our uniform.

Our students are expected to take pride at all times with their grooming and presentation. It is essential that parents support their child/ren in the correct wearing of the school uniform.

We are introducing an active school uniform at the commencement of 2021, and this is compulsory for all new students.

Uniform Shop

Our uniform is available for purchase at the JS Uniform Shop, 10 Newton Road, Campbelltown.

The JS Uniform Shop is open as follows, and families are able to order online with delivery once a week to the school:

  • Monday            8am – 12 noon
  • Tuesday           1pm – 5.30pm
  • Wednesday      8am – 12 noon
  • Thursday          1pm – 5.30pm
  • Saturday           9am – 12 noon

The school hat is available for purchase at the school.

For further details regarding the shop, or for online purchases, please click on the following link: https://belgraviasportsonline.com.au/collections/st-francis-xaviers-catholic-school

Should you require a uniform fitting, please book via the following link: https://belgraviasportsonline.com.au/pages/school-uniform-fittings

The school also has a Facebook page set up for families to buy/sell secondhand uniforms.

Change over of uniform

There shall be a two week period at the commencement of Term 2 and 4 to facilitate the change over from summer to winter uniform and vice versa.

Hats, bags and hairstyles

School Hats

The school hat is to be worn at recess, lunch and for all outdoor activities throughout the year. This includes matches and training for School Sporting teams.

School Bags

The Official St Francis Xavier branded school back pack is the official school bag that all students are expected to use every day they come to school. Other brands are not permitted.

Our school back packs are fully ergonomic and are recommended by the Chiropractors Association.

Hair & Grooming

Hairstyle is also a part of the school uniform.

Students are expected to show pride in themselves and their school by paying attention to their personal appearance. Clothing is to be clean and in a good state of repair. Make-up and nail polish are not permitted.

Shoulder length hair or longer is to be tied back and away from the face. Accessories are to be minimal, and navy or white in colour. Any change to hair colour should be in natural toning only. Highlights are permitted but should not be excessive.

Hairstyles are to be moderate and not extreme - no lines or patterns cut into the hair.

Any variation to the school uniform should be discussed with the school Principal. Parents will be informed if their child is regularly not complying with the school uniform.