Uniform

The school supports the wearing of a school uniform to promote belonging, positive identity and also contribute to the personal safety of students by allowing easier recognition of students inside the school and in the community. The school uniform promotes the health and safety of students by identifying items necessary for particular activities to protect students from injury. E.g. sport uniform and safe footwear.

Junior Uniform

GIRLS              BOYS

Purchased from Suppliers

Purchased from Suppliers

  • Checked skirt Junior (Years 7-10), Senior (years 11-12) OR
  • Plain black school shorts (tailored with no cuffs or logo and same length as sport shorts),
  • Black tailored pants (purchased from Target)
  • White shirt with embroidered Gymea pocket
  • Senior tunic (years 11-12)
  • Black woollen jumper with Gymea logo
  • Plain white socks – ankle length or Black stockings in winter
  • Black shoes – solid fully enclosed black leather
  • Blazer (optional)
  • Grey tailored tab shorts or grey tailored school trousers
  • White shirt with embroidered Gymea pocket
  • Black woollen jumper with Gymea logo
  • Plain white socks – ankle length
  • Black shoes – solid fully enclosed black leather
  • Blazer (optional)

Purchased from School

Purchased from School

  • Black fleecy jumper with Gymea logo – $25.00
  • Black spray jacket with Gymea logo – $30.00
  • Black track jacket with Gymea logo
  • School tie (optional) – $5.00
  • Black fleecy jumper with Gymea logo – $25.00
  • Black spray jacket with Gymea logo – $30.00
  • Black track jacket with Gymea logo
 SPORTS UNIFORM (Unisex. Purchased from school.)

  • Gymea sport top – $20.00
  • Gymea sport shorts – $20.00
  • Tracksuit: long track pants and jacket – $55.00
  • Sport Team socks – $5.00

The sports uniform and tracksuit is worn on Wednesdays, our sports day, at carnivals, sporting events and brought to school when changing for PE. The sport socks are worn for team sports such as soccer and rugby league.

 Wearing of Uniform

Students should be  in full school uniform as described above and present themselves with personal pride at all times.

  • Students should wear uniform pieces as sold by the school and school endorsed uniform suppliers.
  • Shoes – Covered solid-upper footwear must be worn – leather, all black(including soles and laces), no stripes, brandings, logos or coloured sections. he shoe must cover the upper section of the foot to protect against falling objects or spilt liquids. Boots( Doc Martens) are not permitted.
  • Any clothing worn under white school shirt should be short sleeved and all white so as not to be seen.
  • Tights are not included as part of school uniform.
  • Minimal jewellery. Advise at the discretion of school executive.
  • Any logos on black caps must be small and appropriate.

For families experiencing financial difficulty, please contact the school to discuss.

Purchasing from school

To facilitate the purchase of warmer uniform items, we have temporarily changed the operation of the uniform shop. Uniform items may be purchased online via the school website. Once purchased, items will be distributed to your child after lunch on the following day.

This will commence from Wednesday, 20 May 2020,  and continue until further notice when we will resume our usual opening hours once the public have access.

ONLINE PAYMENT

When paying online, please indicate

  • The student’s name
  • Date of birth
  • Ref. or Invoice Number.  Type in “uniform item” and specify which item.
  • Payer Details

Purchasing from Suppliers

The following suppliers service our school for uniform.

Lowes – Miranda and  Claudine’s Schoolwear – Caringbah.

 

Correct School Shoes

The following images have been placed here to provide clarity for students and parents as to what are the correct type of school shoes.

Shoes

 

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  • Year 9 Check-In Assessment
  • Mathematics 8A Task 3:Class Test
  • Mathematics 8G Task 3:Class Test
  • Mathematics 8Y, 8M and 8E Task 3:Class Test
  • English 10G, 10E Task 4:Close Study of Shakespeare Part A - In-Class Essay
  • Physical Activity and Sport Studies 10PASS1 Task 3:Investigation Task - Drugs in Sport
  • Physical Activity and Sport Studies 10PASS3 Task 3:Investigation Task - Drugs in Sport
  • English 10Y, 10M, 10A Task 4:Close Study of Shakespeare Part A - In-Class Essay
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  • Design & Technology Folio Workshop
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  • Physical Activity and Sport Studies 10PASS2 Task 3:Investigation Task - Drugs in Sport
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  • VET Hospitality Cluster C Due
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  • P&C Meeting
  • Visual Arts 10PDM Task 3:Student Film / Animation
  • English 8G, 8Y, 8M, 8E, 8A Task 3:Sustainability Campaign
  • Personal Development, Health & Physical Education 8Y Task 4:Overcoming Adversity Movie Analysis Submit
  • Personal Development, Health & Physical Education 8E Task 4:Overcoming Adversity Movie Analysis Submit
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  • White Card Course
  • Personal Development, Health & Physical Education 8G Task 4:Overcoming Adversity Movie Analysis Submit
  • Personal Development, Health & Physical Education 8A Task 4:Overcoming Adversity Movie Analysis Submit
  • DAT Task 3 Due
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  • 7TEB4 Grow and Thrive Assessment Task Due
  • 8TEB2 Grow and Thrive Assessment Task Due
  • 8TEB1 Fantastic Foods Assessment Task Due
  • 7TEB7 Grow and Thrive Assessment Task Due
  • 8TEB3 Fantastic Foods Assessment Task Due
  • 9FOO Funtiki Assessment Task Due
  • Movie and TV Production Task 3:Industry Quiz
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  • Visual Arts 8ART.7 Task 3:Critical and Historical Study
  • English 8E Task 6:Wide Reading Task
  • English 8Y Task 6:Wide Reading Task
  • English 8G Task 6:Wide Reading Task
  • English 8M Task 6:Wide Reading Task
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  • Personal Development, Health & Physical Education 8M Task 4:Overcoming Adversity Movie Analysis Submit
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Online Formal Assembly
  • Academic Adviser Session
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Visual Arts 8ART.1 Task 3:Critical and Historical Study
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Visual Arts 10VA Task 4:Body of Work
  • Visual Arts 8ART.2 Task 3:Critical and Historical Study
  • Visual Arts 8ART.7 Task 4:Body of Work
  • Science Task 5:Research Depth Study
  • Personal Development, Health & Physical Education 8Y Task 3:Basketball Practical
  • Visual Arts 8ART6 Task 3:Critical and Historical Study
  • Visual Arts 8ART6 Task 4:Body of Work
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Annual Oz Tag Teachers vs Yr 12
  • Food Technology 10 Task 3:Theory Task Due
  • Forensic Archaeology FOR 1 Task 3:Topic test
  • Forensic Archaeology FOR 2 Task 3:Topic test
  • Physical Activity and Sport Studies 10PASS1 Task 4:Movement and Performance - Lacrosse and Soccer
  • 7TEB5 Laser Lights Assessment Task Due
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  • 10FOO Snack Founder Assessment Due
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Visual Arts 8ART.2 Task 4:Body of Work
  • Visual Arts 8ART6 Task 4:Body of Work
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  • Visual Arts 8ART6 Task 4:Body of Work
  • Year 10 Work Experience
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Yr 12 Carnivale
  • Year 10 Work Experience
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  • Yr 11 Yearly Exams
  • Yr 12 Graduation Assembly
  • Visual Arts 10PDM Task 4:Photographic Journal / Folio
  • Physical Activity and Sport Studies 10PASS2 &10PASS3 Task 4:Movement and Performance - Lacrosse and Soccer
  • Year 10 Work Experience
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