Uniform and dress standards should reflect positively on Mother Teresa’s School. It is an expectation that students will present themselves in a manner that is not contrary to the social good of the school. Examples of this would be “Mohawk’ hairstyles, tracks or undercut hair styles, dreadlocks or Rastafarian braids.
No make-up, fingernail polish, coloured hair or tattoos are permitted.It is a WHS requirement that hair (regardless of sex) extending below the collar be tied back with appropriate school hair ties.Children may wear sleepers or studs. Children may wear a watch. A necklace may be worn if it is of religious or cultural significance, but we remind parents that this poses a safety risk to your child during play and sport. No other jewellery is to be worn
Please ensure that all items of clothing are
CLEARLY LABELLED with your child’s name.
Hair Accessories: Blue “scrunchie”; blue ribbons