The wearing of a school uniform engenders a sense of pride and belonging and also assists in developing school spirit.
The wearing of uniform at Clayton Park School was implemented in 2003 and is now compulsory.
- To assist in the development of personal pride.
- To project a positive image within the school and in the wider community.
- To assist with the identification of students when outside the school.
- To eliminate peer competition in matters of dress.
All pupils are expected to wear the Clayton Park School uniform in neat and tidy condition.
No makeup or jewellery is to be worn except for plain stud earrings and watches. Cultural or religious items may be worn with permission from the Principal. Hair, if shoulder length or longer, is to be tied back. All articles of clothing should be clearly and permanently named. The regulation school hat is to be worn during outside activities in the first and fourth terms of the school year.
Purchasing school uniform:
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