Uniform

Governor Stirling Senior High School

We’re committed to improving the standards for the dress code at our school. Students who wear school uniforms contribute to our community’s pride and sense of belonging.

 

The school is working very closely with our new supplier for 2024, Perm-A-Pleat, to ensure that the school includes a range of items suitable for all students.

 

A reminder that students can continue to wear their current school uniform until the time in which they need to replenish. Hand-me-downs of older uniforms will be acceptable until December 2028 (6 years).

 

The new range of uniforms will be available to purchase in August 2024. The school will send out a communication to all when stock has arrived in store at Perm-a-Pleat:
31 Victoria Street, Midland
Phone: 6114488
Email: midland.retail@permapleat.com.au

 

Please check online for their opening hours. Purchases can be made online, over the phone, instore, click & collect, or by delivery.

 

We appreciate the school community’s cooperation as we switch to a new supplier offering a fresh selection of school uniform. In the interim, any student who needs new school clothes may wear their school polo with basic, generic navy-blue ‘bottoms’ until new stock arrives. A small quantity of current school uniform items are available for purchase directly from the Front Office, and the new soft-shell jackets are in stock to purchase from Perm-a-Pleat now.

 

For any further inquiries, please feel free to contact the school at GovernorStirling.SHS@education.wa.edu.au or call Front Office an (08) 6274 0300 during school hours.

Our School Uniform

Governor Stirling Senior High School has a community-endorsed dress code in accordance with the Education Act of 1999. The school expects all students to be proud of their appearance and wear full uniform at all times. A high standard of dress, appearance, and neatness from all students ensures a positive school image.

 

Uniform Rules

  • Clothing with advertising is not acceptable.
  • Make-up and jewellery are not appropriate.
  • Long hair must be tied back for safety reasons.
  • Thongs, backless sandals, and open-toe shoes are not permitted; enclosed shoes only.
  • Mini skirts or leggings are not permitted; the school uniform must be worn.
  • Safety: Specific requirements for uniforms may be identified by subject areas.

 

Everyday Wear for Boys and Girls 2024

  • School polo shirt, navy/gold with school logo, Unisex
  • School navy blue shorts with gold trim, Unisex
  • School navy blue long pants with gold trim, Unisex
  • School navy jumper with school logo, Unisex.
  • School razor jacket (navy/gold) with school logo, Unisex.
  • Enclosed shoes only (open-back footwear is not acceptable).
  • Socks: white, navy, or grey

 

Sport Uniform 2024

  • School navy PE track suit pants or shorts, Unisex.
  • School PE navy and white polo shirts with the Physical Education logo, Unisex.
  • During carnivals, students can also wear a plain-coloured T-shirt in support of their faction/house.

 

Occasional Wear for Boys and Girls

  • School white shirt with school logo—boys and girls (required for selected students only for formal events such as debates and music concerts).

 

*Please note that a new range of school uniforms is currently being produced and will be available to purchase from our new supplier, Perm-A-Pleat, in August 2024.

Please contact the school directly on 6274 0300 for any further uniform inquiries.

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