Uniform

Yale primary school has established a dress code and your child must wear the school uniform every day.

The school believes a school dress code:

  • Fosters and enhances the public image of the school;
  • Assists in building school and team spirit;
  • Ensures students are safely dressed for specific school activities;
  • Encourages equity among students; and
  • Identifies students in the school.
  • School colours are red and black.

Polo: Red white with school crest in black
Skort: Black
Shorts: unisex black micro fibre with crest
Jacket: Red zip front with crest
Sweater: Red V neck with crest
Hat: Black bucket
Appropriate footwear

Faction shirts
Polo: Gold, blue, green, red with crest

The school uniform can be purchased at:

Lowes Shop
Shop 28, Centre Maddington
Corner Attfield Street and Burslem Drive Maddington
WA 6109
T: 08 9452 0380

Online uniform orders can be placed using the following link:
Yale Primary School Online Uniform Order

If the uniform is not worn:

  • Students may be denied access to activities where the school uniform is required.
  • The school will notify you if your child is not wearing school uniform.
  • New students to Yale primary school will be expected to wear a uniform.

The dress code may be modified for students for religious or health reasons. Please make an appointment with the principal if this is required.

In accordance with department of education policy, your child cannot wear denim to school.

Please ensure all articles of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.

General appearance

Hair
Children who have long hair are asked to maintain its cleanliness and keep it tied back so that sight is not impeded and general tidiness is maintained.

Personal cleanliness
standards of personal cleanliness are regarded as the pupil’s own responsibility and children are asked to think of the comfort and wellbeing of others during their time at school.

Jewellery
your child should not wear jewellery (especially dangling earrings) or nail polish and makeup to school. This is unnecessary and jewellery can be dangerous at times, particularly during daily physical education. Sleepers are permissible. As with other valuables the school can take no responsibility for lost items. Children will be asked to remove any unnecessary jewellery.