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School Uniform Policy

It is a requirement of attendance at Kelso High Campus that students wear school uniform

After extensive consultation with the Kelso High Campus Parents & Citizens Association, the Student Representative Council and teaching staff it has been confirmed that the Kelso High Campus community believes school uniform is a desirable feature of our school for the following reasons:

  • Safety of students – intruders into the ground are easily identified
  • Learning social responsibility
  • Promoting a positive image to our community
  • Training for the workplace
  • Uniform prevents competition

School Uniform

Uniform items can be purchased at the school’s administration office or from selected stores in Bathurst. From Term 2 a uniform shop will operate part-time from the school administration building. A review of the uniform took place in 2014 and additional items will be available from Term 2, 2015.

Girls’ Uniform

Pants and shorts- plain black pants, black track pants, black shorts (no stripes) or a black skirt.

Tops– White shirt with a collar OR a white polo shirt and hoodie with school emblem. Years 11 and 12 have special jerseys in school colours.

Shoes- For safety reasons and to comply with OH&S requirements for practical subjects, shoes must be enclosed and constructed of an appropriate material, eg leather.

Thongs, canvas shoes or sandals are NOT permitted.

Boys’ Uniform

Bottoms- Plain black pants, black track pants, black shorts (no stripes)

Tops- White shirt with a collar OR a white polo shirt and hoodie with school emblem. Years 11 and 12 have special jerseys in school colours.

Shoes- For safety reasons and to comply with OH&S requirements for practical subjects, shoes must be enclosed and constructed of an appropriate material, eg; leather.

Thongs, canvas shoes or sandals are NOT permitted.

 

The school has a Student Assistance Scheme for families experiencing financial difficulties in purchasing uniform. Application forms can be obtained by contacting the school.