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The school dress standards for students should encourage respect between students, staff and community. The dress standard is an outward positive sign of the values of, and commitment to a supportive school environment. The policy also aims at ensuring that dress standards do not impede student participation in the curriculum. The emphasis of the dress standard is to reflect the school community’s values and have a positive effect on the tone of the school. The policy should ensure older students set positive examples for younger ones. Students wearing the uniform should be expressing pride in their school and the wearing of the uniform is to be seen as an outward sign of respect for the school and its student body. The dress standard is aimed at being practical and affordable whilst also considering the extremes of heat and cold that affect Tambo.

The school dress standards for students should encourage respect between students, staff and community. The dress standard is an outward positive sign of the values of, and commitment to a supportive school environment. The policy also aims at ensuring that dress standards do not impede student participation in the curriculum. The emphasis of the dress standard is to reflect the school community’s values and have a positive effect on the tone of the school. The policy should ensure older students set positive examples for younger ones. Students wearing the uniform should be expressing pride in their school and the wearing of the uniform is to be seen as an outward sign of respect for the school and its student body. The dress standard is aimed at being practical and affordable whilst also considering the extremes of heat and cold that affect Tambo.

The Tambo State School P&C support our school uniform policy (PDF, 804KB).
Unacceptable dress is that which the principal in consultation with another staff member is:
  • deemed to be offensive
  • likely to disrupt class or school routines
  • a negative influence on class or school
  • unsafe to the student or others
  • a risk of safety or health especially in specialist areas.
 All students are expected to wear the school uniform.

The uniform is set by the Parents and Citizens Association. Newly arrived students will be given up to ten weeks or one term to wear the correct uniform.

Uniform

Bottle green and gold polo shirt—boys and girls

Bottle green shorts—boys and girls

Bottle green skort—girls

Bottle green and gold check shirts and dresses—girls

Bottle green and gold shirts—boys

School uniforms that are available from the school.

Polo shirts (bottle green with gold trim, Tambo State School on collar)—$20

Microfibre shorts (Bottle green)—$12

Skorts (Bottle green)—$12

Bucket hats (Bottle green)—$5

Green and gold check shirts and dresses can be obtained from:

Hannas, Toowoomba

Telephone: (07) 4632 2099

Facsimile: (07) 4638 4588

Please contact Melissa Iland for further information.

Winter orders for uniforms will be taken in May/June.

If a student’s dress is deemed to be unacceptable, parents will be contacted to organise more appropriate attire. Students may be asked to return home to change into acceptable clothing or if this is not possible isolated from regular classes until suitable action can be taken and normal class and school routines can continue.

All students must strictly adhere to the dress requirements for safety especially in manual arts, sport/physical education, home economics and science. All students are expected to be in full school uniform when school photographs are being taken, going on school educational excursions, or representing the school in sport or other events.

Chains including medical types must remain out of sight. Jewellery must not be worn by students due to work place health and safety risk. This includes: manual arts, home economics, physical education/sport or where directed to by the teacher. Medical bracelets are exempt.