The way in which the School uniform is worn has a strong influence on how we feel about ourselves and the ways in which we are viewed by others. Every student’s standard of dress and grooming is expected to reflect well on both the individual and the School as a whole, even if outside of School hours. If a student is not able to wear the correct uniform, a letter of explanation must be brought to school and presented to their class teacher. There is an “Out of Uniform” slip for this purpose in the student diary.
Garments have been designed to be as inexpensive as possible, given our commitment to having a uniform which is practical and attractive. Parents do need to make financial provision for the purchase of the total uniform, which includes a compulsory Sports and PE uniform.
SUMMER UNIFORM EXPECTATIONS
Short sleeved white School shirt; formal blue School shorts; plain navy school socks (no logos); polished, laced, black leather school shoes.
Summer School dress; plain white school socks (no logos); polished, laced, black leather school shoes. Girls’ dress length should be to the top of the knee. Hats During Terms 1 & 4, at Recess and Lunchtime, and while engaged in any lessons outside a classroom (eg. PDHPE classes or any class doing practical work outside), ALL students are expected to wear School bucket hats, even if under shade. Hats are not to be worn in the class room and should be removed prior to entering the room.
WINTER UNIFORM EXPECTATIONS
Long sleeved white School shirt, long School pants, navy school socks, School tie and red School jumper*, plain black leather belt, polished, laced, black leather school shoes.
School skirt/kilt or School pants, navy tights or knee high School blue socks, long-sleeved white School shirt, School tie and red School jumper*, polished, laced, black leather school shoes
Blazers are worn, as the outer garment, by students in Years 9-12.
Navy anoraks supplied by the School are an optional outer garment are available for students in Kindergarten to Year 8. This jacket may be worn over the red School jumper or the Sports uniform, and is replaced in Years 9-12 with the blazer.
HSC Rugby Tops
Students in Year 12 may wear their HSC Rugby jumpers on days when there are no formal events. The HSC Rugby garment is not part of the formal uniform.
FORMAL UNIFORM EXPECTATIONS
All students should wear formal Winter uniform (for Girls, formal Winter uniform = kilts or pants) for formal assemblies and other Significant Events and Assemblies on the School Calendar (eg. Foundation Day, School photos) and school excursions. All students should wear formal uniform when on excursions, unless otherwise instructed.
OTHER UNIFORM ITEMS
Navy School sports shorts and /or navy School track pants, red School sports shirt, plain white sports socks, sports shoes/runners suitable for athletic activities should be worn for PDHPE and Sports days. The School Sports jacket (fleece or track jacket) should be worn for sport activities and (for students up to Year 8) may be worn over the red School jumper in cold weather. Primary students are required to wear Sports Uniform for the whole day on days when they have Sport or PDHPE timetabled. Currently, students in Secondary (Years 7-12) are expected to change into sports uniform at the break closest to a Sport or PDHPE period and then to change back in the break following that lesson, unless given express permission to do otherwise. The timetable will be confirmed at the beginning of the school year and may then be viewed on the Parent / Student Portal.
An independent Uniform Shop is located on the Moama Anglican Grammar School grounds.
UNIFORM SHOP OPENING TIMES:
Tuesdays during term time 8:30 – 9:15 am
Thursdays during term time 2:45 – 3:15 pm
Alternatively you may download a uniform order form and price list here.
All uniform items are to be labelled with student’s name, preferably with a sewn, printed label.
Students will not be permitted to wear non-Moama Anglican Grammar School clothing, nor will they be permitted to wear a combination of sports and general uniform. Shirts must be neatly tucked in at all times, except when involved in sport or active recreation during recess or lunch times. It is the responsibility of the student to wear the uniform neatly without needing to be reminded.
UNIFORM AND GROOMING GUIDELINES
Dress and skirt/kilt length is to be such that the bottom of the hem is in line with the top of the bony part of the knee. Kilts must be worn for assemblies and at all other formal occasions in Terms 2 and 3.
In Secondary School, a plain black leather belt is to be worn with the boys’ school trousers in winter. No other type of belt is permitted.
Hairstyles and Grooming
Girls’ hair, if below the collar, must be tied back, with a plain ribbon, or a plain band in one of the school colours. Neither girls nor boys may have hair styles which are extremes of fashion in terms of length, style or colour.
Boys’ hair must be above the collar at all times.
Beards and moustaches and tattoos are not permitted.
Appropriately toned, tinted moisturiser is allowed as a cover up for skin blemishes. Lipstick/coloured gloss, blush/cheek stain/bronzer and/or eye make-up (shadow, eyeliner or mascara) is not permitted.
Students may wear one small, plain sleeper or stud in the lobe of each ear. Small (up to 5mm in diameter), simple design. Studs/Sleepers should be plain silver or gold (no stones or pearls).
No other visible jewellery may be worn except for wrist watches. (*The exception to this are students who have sought permission to wear religious icons. Eg. a cross. This jewellery should be discrete and not worn outside the uniform.)
Students should wear black, laced, polished leather school shoes. The shoes should be low cut, not boot style.
There is a Moama Anglican Grammar School Facebook page dedicated to the sale of secondhand items.
All enquiries must be made independently with the seller/purchaser. Please ensure that your items for sale are in very good condition.
Casual Dress Day Protocol
On designated Casual Dress Days, the School does expect that students will dress in a way that reflects positively on themselves and on the School.
The mode of dress is expected to be modest and appropriate for the designated event and monitored by staff, accordingly the following guidelines should be followed (at all year levels):
Closed shoes. No thongs, flip-flops or heels.
Shoulders and midriffs to be covered.
No short shorts/skirts or shirts; skirts are to be at least mid-thigh to knee length.
Neat, clean and presentable appearance, as per the uniform guidelines.
Items of clothing in good repair.
If students dress inappropriately, a call will be made to parents and students will be required to return home to change.
Please note: This is the only exemption to the uniform rule.