We are soon to move to the South of Perth. My kids are driving me mad about uniforms.
Does anyone know if the kids wear uniform in that area?
Please help my head to stop buzzing. I need to sleep!!
Right the bad news. Yes they do and mostly they are vile truely vile. I have not even dared to show my 14 year old daughter. Just look at on the Internet and call up schools in the area you want to live in. Sorry if I am wrong someone please tell me and I will be very happy.
Here to help if I can. Loving life in Lakelands, North Mandurah WA Since 1/7/2010
Nope your not wrong. In some Sydney schools the boys even have to wear straw boaters, pin stripe blazers and shorts poor s*ds. Had to bite my lip when some got on the bus.
The main criteria for choosing my daughters school was the uniform, brown/yellow V green/white V tartan.
hiya, yes in qld they have to wear uniform!
oldest is not too bad, have a formal and sports kit, which aint too bad, youngest again has formal and sports which they can wear all week if they want to but have to wear hat, blue rimmed thing!! which i did find funny at first, but they have a rule which is "no hat, no play! which is good, and they all wear them, so look out of place if they dont! but have seen some real shocking things!! so glad they aint got to wear them!!
pozzie, happy- and lovin it!
My children attend school SOR and wear uniform - they're not too bad IMO. The schools my children attend have a uniform shop - so you can buy most items there. Their uniforms are mix and match - the girls can wear skort, shorts, shirt or long pants, with Polo shirt (with logo), track type top with school logo. Boys shorts or long pants. They have a house shirt (different colour) to wear once a week and for sports days. They wear runners or shoes.
My daughter went to high school this year she has a dress with school logo, skirt and white shirt (you can wear white polo). Girls can wear long tousers - boys wear trousers or shorts (long type). and I notice they tend to wear polos' There's also a school jumper and PE kit.
If you're child will be in year 7 (last year of primary), I'd say try to get here at the start of the school year, as the school my children attended had special polo shirts made for the 'leavers' which had all their names printed on the back, they also had a graduation ceremoney and dance at the golf club. I know that the high schools usually have leavers jackets too
I just want PIO to be a happy place where people are nice to each other and unicorns poop rainbows
Thanks all. I think I might just keep this between us and let the kids find out when we get there. Hoping to arrive by End November.
Sue, Mark, Luke (13) Penny (10)