Uniform

Dress Standards

A high standard of dress and grooming is essential to reflect the personal standards required of a student at Saint Francis Xavier. Poor dress or grooming reflects adversely on all parties; student, parents and school; and so high standards are strongly reinforced. Parents are asked to assist the school in this area.

Uniforms

Catholic schools are called to develop a sense of community where all people are treated equally regardless of financial circumstances. A consistent uniform worn by all students and kept to a minimal cost, helps students feel part of the community and enables them to show pride and respect towards their school. A high standard of dress and grooming is essential to reflect the personal standards required of students at St Francis Xavier Primary School.

The school has a “No Hat – No Play” policy for the full school year. The school hat is part of the uniform and is worn for all outdoor activities. While Pre-Primary and Kindergarten children do not wear school uniform, the “No Hat – No Play” rule applies.

All school uniform requirements are available from:

Total Uniforms
2B Jensen St,
Geraldton WA 6550
9965 3101
customerservice@totaluniforms.com.au

Monday 8:30am–5pm
Tuesday 8:30am–5pm
Wednesday 8:30am–5pm
Thursday 8:30am–5pm
Friday 8:30am–5pm
Saturday 9am–1pm
Sunday Closed

Second-hand Uniforms

The P&F runs a second-hand uniform shop from the Uniform storeroom.

Opening Times: check newsletter for details.

Donations of old, clean and ironed uniforms is appreciated.

Lost Property

All articles of clothing or equipment are to be clearly marked with a name. No attempt will be made to find the owner of articles of clothing, which are not clearly marked with a name. These items will be placed in the Lost Property Box and if unclaimed, articles are given to the St. Vincent de Paul Society or the Second-hand Uniform shop.

students in Uniform