It has been agreed by the school community through the P&C Association that all students must wear the school uniform.
Wearing the school uniform gives a feeling of belonging to our school, promotes school pride, establishes a standard of dress that addresses sun safety issues and is affordable. School uniforms also help identify unwelcome visitors to our school. The school has strict uniform requirements which need to be honoured. If students are out of uniform or do not comply with this policy, parents will be called to address the situation.
School shirts, shorts, girls' dresses, hats and white socks can be purchased from:
A full brimmed, navy blue Pialba SS bucket hat, is a compulsory part of our Sunsmart policy. Students must wear the school bucket hat for all outside activities. School hats are not to have the brim folded up. School bucket hats can be purchased from the school or suppliers above. The school has a ‘no hat, no play’ policy.
The reversible Sport House / School Hat can be purchased through the Tuckshop.
Winter uniform boys and girls
- The nominated suppliers (above) stock 2 options for winter tops: 1. Navy & red zip-up jacket with school logo. (new in 2013) 2. A navy crew necked jumper with school logo. (new in 2013)
- Otherwise: Navy crew-necked jumper, with matching track pants, may be worn.
Polo neck or T Shirts with sleeves in your house colour may be worn for school sporting carnivals and house activities but cannot be worn at other times.
Mackerel - Blue
Turtle - Green
Dolphin - Red
Pelican - Yellow
All students must wear the school uniform.
Uniforms must be in reasonable condition and be clean.
Uniform is not to be defaced or written on, except for discrete naming.
Non-uniform items are not to be visible
Representative sporting shirts are not to be worn to school, except on days that students are representing the school at external competitions.
No make-up, including nail polish, is to be worn at school.
Sun screen is recommended.
Hair styles/cuts and fingernail décor should be modest. Long hair should be tied back.
Dyed hair is not permitted.
Girls’ swimwear is to be a one-piece costume.
Basic allowable jewellery
medical alert necklaces or necklaces of religious significance if supported by an official letter from the relevant authority in that religious sector/group and on a chain (as defined by the Principal) that is so light that it would break if hooked or entangled.
No tattoos (temporary or permanent) or additions to the skin, at the discretion of the Principal, are to be showing
Free dress days
On free dress days, students may wear non-uniform clothing provided: