TAS Uniform Guide

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UNIFORM GUIDELINES

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2024
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Page 3 Table of contents KINDY–YEAR 2 YEAR 7–YEAR 9 SPORT UNIFORM YEAR 10–YEAR 11 YEAR 3–YEAR 6 YEAR 12 YEAR 10–12 FORMAL UNIFORM HOUSE UNIFORM EXPECTATIONS 12 13 15 8 6 7 9 10 11

There are two ways to purchase your TAS school uniform.

OPTION 1: In person via the TAS Uniform Shop

The Trinity Anglican School Uniform Shop is located the White Rock Campus. For convenience, families who do not frequent the White Rock Campus can order their uniforms through the Kewarra Beach reception, if preferred. The orders will be processed at the White Rock Campus and sent out for collection.

How to purchase “

TAS UNIFORM SHOP: White Rock Campus, 4-54 Sheehy Road, White Rock.

PARKING: Parking is available inside the school grounds. Accessible via the main school entrance off Sheehy Road, White Rock.

TRADING HOURS: Opening hours vary depending on the time of year. Please refer to the TAS website for the current opening hours.

PRICE LIST: A current price list is available via the TAS website. Please note that prices are subject to change.

It is a

representation

of who you are and the community that you have chosen to be a part of.
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Online click-and-collect orders can be placed via My Student Account (MSA). Your order will be packed at the TAS Uniform Shop and delivered to your child’s classroom (primary), or the WRCS Reception (secondary). With MSA, students can also use their ID cards to make purchases at the TAS Uniform Shop.

How to Place a MSA Orders

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Click ‘Online Orders’ (9) on the account you wish to place a Uniform Shop Order for.

Select the Uniform Shop option and and then click ‘Begin Order’.

Select todays date order, then select ‘Uniform’ from the drop down option menu.

Then click ‘Add to Order’ and ‘Next’.

5 Select the items you would like to order and the quantity.

6 Your total order cost will display at the top of the page. Once you are happy with your order, click ‘Next’ to view a summary.

7 Once you are happy with your order click ‘Proceed to Payment’ to pay with the funds in your account.

Timelines

Kewarra Beach Primary (Years 3-6)

White Rock Primary (Prep–Year 6)

White Rock Secondary (Years 7-12)

CANCEL AN ORDER

You can only cancel a Uniform Shop order prior to the cut-off time on the order date.

Click ‘History’ (10) on the account you wish to cancel a Uniform Shop order for. 1

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Click the ‘X’ option next to the order you wish to cancel.

Note: If there is no ‘X’ option on an order, then the order has been prepared and cannot be cancelled.

Kewarra Beach orders are delivered to students in classrooms multiple times per week.

Same-day delivery to classroom Next day delivery to classroom

Same day pick up from student services Pick up within 48 hours from student services.

Please note the times above are for term-time orders only. Times are subject to change.

Click-and-collect
OPTION 2:
(MSA) 2 4
Orders placed before 8:00 am
Orders placed after 8:00 am
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Sports

The TAS Sports uniform is compulsory for all students in Year 3 to Year 12 and is worn during physical education lessons.

There is also one day a week approved by each campus where the sports uniform can be worn for the whole day (including to and from school). Please check with your relevant Head of Campus for more information.

The uniform is comfortable, resilient, and features an elastic and draw string waist. It is worn with TAS sport socks and sport sneakers.

YEAR 3–12 SPORTS UNIFORM SHOPPING LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

Compulsory

□ TAS Sports Shirt

□ TAS Sports Shorts

□ TAS Sports Socks

□ Sneakers or Sports shoes

□ TAS Sports Hat

Optional

□ TAS Sport (Spray) Jacket

□ TAS swimwear and rashie (plain black or navy swimwear and rashie can also be worn)

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House Uniform

A student’s House is an integral part of their time at TAS. Students regularly participate in interhouse events such as swimming, cross country, athletics, debating and singing competitions.

The House uniform is essentially the Sports uniform, but with a house coloured shirt instead of the TAS sports shirt. Whille the house shirt is not compulsory in Primary school, it is compulsory in Secondary school.

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PRE-KINDY –YEAR 2

Students in Pre-Kindy to Year 2 wear the TAS Sports Uniform as their everyday uniform.

The uniform is comfortable, resilient, and features an elastic waist with a drawstring. It is worn with plain white cotton socks and black sneakers that must not have any other colours, including on logos and motifs.

Shoes can be either lace-up or Velcro, depending on the child’s preference and needs.

PRE-KINDY – YEAR 2 UNIFORM SHOPPING LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

□ TAS Sports Shirt

□ TAS Sports Shorts

□ Plain white cotton socks

□ Plain black sneakers No coloured motifs or logos Can be velcro if preferred

□ TAS School Bag

□ TAS wide-brimmed Hat

OPTIONAL

□ TAS swimwear and rashie (Prep–Yr 2) (plain black or navy swimwear and rashie can also be worn)

□ TAS Sport (Spray) Jacket or TAS Jacket

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YEAR 3 –YEAR 6

Once students start Year 3, the uniform they wore in Kindergarten to Year 2 becomes their ‘Sport Uniform’ and they wear a different uniform on a day-to-day basis.

The uniform consists of a white shirt/ blouse, green shorts or skirt, socks and the school hat.

YEAR

3 – YEAR 6

UNIFORM SHOPPING LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

□ Top

Boys Years 3–6 button up shirt and Girls Years 3–9 blouse with tie

□ Bottom

Boys Years 3–6 elasticized green shorts

Girls Years 3–9 green skirt or shorts

□ Socks

Plain white cotton socks (girls)

TAS green socks (boys)

□ Plain black leather school shoes

□ TAS School Bag

□ TAS School Hat

OPTIONAL

□ TAS Jacket

YEAR 7 –

YEAR 9

In Years 7–9, boys transition to a belted short and a new style shirt that they wear until the end of Year 12, along with a tie.

Girls continue to wear the same style of uniform that they wore in Year 3–6. The rest of the uniform, including socks and hats, remains unchanged.

YEAR 7 – YEAR 9 UNIFORM SHOPPING LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

□ Top

Boys Years 7–12 button up shirt and Girls Years 3–9 Blouse with tie

□ Bottom

Boys Years 7–9 belted green shorts and Girls Years 3–9 green skirt or shorts

□ Socks

Plain white cotton socks (girls)

TAS green socks (boys)

□ Plain black leather school shoes

□ TAS Green Tie (boys)

□ Black leather belt (boys)

□ TAS School Bag

□ TAS School Hat

□ TAS Jacket

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OPTIONAL

YEAR 10 –YEAR 11

In Years 10–11, boys switch to grey shorts and socks while retaining the same shirt, tie, belt, and school hat from previous years.

For girls in Year 10–11, the transition involves wearing a tartan skirt or grey shorts, a new blouse, and a green tie. Socks, shoes, and the school hat remain unchanged.

YEAR 10 – YEAR 11 UNIFORM SHOPPING LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

□ Top

Boys Years 7–12 button up shirt

Girls Years 10–12 Blouse

Bottom

Boys Years 10–12 belted grey shorts

Girls Years 10–12 tartan skirt or grey

shorts

□ Socks

Plain white cotton socks (girls)

TAS Years 10–12 grey socks (boys)

□ Plain black leather school shoes

□ Tie

TAS green tie (boys)

TAS green tie (girls)

□ Black leather belt (boys)

□ TAS School Bag

□ TAS School Hat

□ TAS Jacket

OPTIONAL

YEAR 12

To identify their senior role within the school, a grey tie is introduced in Year 12.

All other uniform items remain unchanged from previous years.

YEAR 12 UNIFORM SHOPPING LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

□ Top

Boys Years 7–12 button up shirt and Girls

Years 10–12 Blouse

□ Bottom

Boys Years 10–12 belted grey shorts

Girls Years 10–12 tartan skirt or grey shorts

□ Socks

Plain white cotton socks (girls)

TAS Year 12 grey socks (boys)

□ Plain black leather school shoes

□ Tie

TAS grey senior tie (boys)

TAS grey senior tie(girls)

□ Black leather belt (boys)

□ TAS School Bag

□ TAS School Hat

OPTIONAL

□ TAS Jacket or Senior Jersey

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YEARS 10 TO 12

FORMAL UNIFORM

The formal uniform is worn by students in Years 10–12 on formal occasions such as the annual TAS Award Night, leadership investitures and when representing TAS at external engagements.

Blazers are owned by the school and are loaned out to school leaders for TAS events. Students may also loan a blazer when representing the school at external events.

YEAR 10 – YEAR 12 FORMAL UNIFORM SHOPPING

LIST

Please note that the items highlighted in yellow can only be purchased from the TAS Uniform Shop

□ Top

Boys Formal button up shirt and

Girls Years 10–12 Blouse

□ Bottom

Boys Years 10–12 belted grey trousers

Girls Years 10–12 tartan skirt or grey trousers

□ Socks

Plain white cotton socks (girls)

TAS socks (boys)

□ Plain black leather school shoes

□ Tie

TAS tie (boys)

TAS tie(girls)

□ Black leather belt (boys)

□ TAS School Bag

□ TAS School Hat

OPTIONAL

□ TAS Jacket

Jackets

The following options are available for students who would like to wear a jacket.

3 – 9

TAS SPORT JACKET

The TAS Sport jacket can be worn only with the sport uniform, house sport uniform, or when representing the school in sport.

TAS JACKET

The TAS jacket can be worn with the everyday, sport or formal school uniform. Students are permitted to wear their jacket when travelling to or from school.

BLAZERS

Blazers are worn by Year 12 Captains, with their formal school uniform at designated events. Blazers are also won by Year 6 students and other students when representing the school at external engagements and competitions. Blazers are provided to students by the school.

SENIOR JERSEYS (YEAR 12)

Year 12 Senior Jerseys can be worn at any time by Year 12 students unless they are representing the school at an event.

Students should not wear jumpers or jackets from home, or any jacket other than those outlined.

Jacket, Sports Jacket or Senior Jersey

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Everyday Uniform Formal Uniform Sports Uniform Kindy–Year 2 N/A N/A TAS Jacket
Jacket Year
TAS Jacket N/A TAS
TAS Jacket TAS Jacket TAS
TAS
TAS Jacket TAS
or Sports
Jacket or Sports Jacket Year 10 – 11
Jacket or Sports Jacket Year 12
Jacket or Senior Jersey

Uniform Expectations

The TAS uniform aims to contribute to a safe and inclusive school environment which is conducive to learning and personal growth.

These guidelines have been established to assist students in making appropriate decisions about their presentation and grooming. They aim to enhance the personal dignity of the student and promote the identity of the school in the wider community. This policy seeks to balance the individual rights of students with their responsibilities as ambassadors of the school, while also reducing potential peer pressure regarding dress choices.

All TAS students are expected to take pride in the school uniform and in their appearance. Students are expected to adhere to the school’s uniform and appearance guidelines outlined below. Students will be regularly reminded of these guidelines by staff and may access them anytime online.

While equity is an important principle in this policy,

it is acknowledged that there will be occasions when different expectations will apply. In cases of discrepancies or uncertainty, the Senior Leadership Team will make the final decision.

Amendments to the uniform for cultural, religious, or physical reasons can potentially be accommodated and should be discussed with the Principal.

Students who, for any reason, are unable to meet the guidelines (due to injury, lost items, etc.) should notify their teacher or Head of House.

Repeated breaches of the uniform guidelines will result in disciplinary action in accordance with the school’s behaviour management process. Parents and carers are encouraged to support the correct wearing of the school uniform.

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General Rules

Students are to arrive at school and to leave properly dressed in full uniform, including wearing the school hat for Years 3 and above. Students in Prep to Years 2 should also wear a hat to and from school for sun safety. For PE lessons and Sport, students must wear the Sports uniform or House uniform. Students are expected to change in and out of their school uniform on the breaks either side of their PE lessons.

Additionally, there is one day a week approved by each campus where the sports uniform can be worn for the whole day, including to and from school:

• Kewarra Beach Primary: Wednesday

• White Rock Primary: Monday

• White Rock Secondary: Wednesday

Sun safety is essential. Students must wear their Sport uniform hat when participating in any outdoor sport or activity during daylight hours.

Uniform Items

Please see the uniform guide for options at each phase of schooling. Uniform options must be worn correctly and in full, including socks, shoes and hat.

Hats:

The TAS wide-brimmed hat is to be worn by students in Prep–Years 2, and the TAS school hat is to be worn by students from Years 3 to 12. All students must wear their allocated hat to and from school, when representing the school at external engagements and when outdoors. The TAS school hat is to be worn with the formal school uniform. The sports hat is to be worn with the sport uniform.

Swimwear:

It is expected that black or navy swimwear is worn during internal school swimming activities and events. When representing TAS, TAS branded swimwear must be worn.

Ties:

Neck ties are required to be worn in Years 7–12, unless the temperature exceeds 35 degrees, as advised by the Deputy Principal.

Bags:

A TAS bag is required. Please talk to the TAS Uniform Shop about the best size for your child.

Appearance

Students whose appearance is deemed to be unacceptable will face disciplinary action including temporary exclusion from classes.

Nail polish & Makeup:

No noticeable makeup (including eyelash extensions) or coloured nail polish is permitted. If it is obvious, it must be removed. Acrylic nail extensions are not permitted for health and safety reasons.

Hair:

Hairstyles should be:

• Neat

• Kept out of the eyes, off the face and off the collar

• Approximate a natural colour

Girls’ hair must be tied up if it touches the collar. Extreme hairstyles (e.g. undercuts, dreadlocks) and unnatural colours are not permitted.

Boys’ hair length must be above the collar and not tied up or back in any way. Extreme hairstyles (e.g. mullets, mohawks, dreadlocks, undercuts) and unnatural colours are not permitted.

Boys are expected to be clean shaven; no facial hair is to be evident. Sideburns must not extend below the ear lobe.

Tattoos & Piercings:

Students are not to have any visible tattoos.

If a student decides to get a tattoo or piercing that is visible whilst wearing their uniform during their time enrolled at the TAS without consulting the school, disciplinary action will be taken.

When a tattoo or jewelry has a cultural or religious significance, the family must consult with the Principal before the item can be worn to school.

Accessories

Earrings:

Girls are permitted to wear one plain gold/ silver small sleeper or stud earring in each ear lobe (studs are to be plain and no greater than 5mm in size, sleepers are to be no larger than 10mm in diameter). Clear studs are permitted for any additional piercings.

Watch:

A wristwatch is permitted. Smartwatches, like phones, should be switched to airplane mode at school unless for approved reasons. As per QCAA guidelines, smartwatches are not allowed to be worn in timed assessments.

Necklace/Bracelets:

A small cross can be worn on a small chain. Necklaces should be of sufficient length, so they are not visible above uniform items. Bracelets containing medical emergency information can be worn.

Hair Accessories:

Plain bottle green, white or neutral colour hair pins/clips, ties, scrunchies or hairbands are permitted.

Religious head coverings:

Religious head coverings such as a hijab, yarmulke or turban are permitted to be worn (preferably in school or plain colours) by applicable students.

No other accessories are permitted unless for religious or medical reasons and with permission sought from the Principal.

Casual Clothes

Students will be advised of the activities where they are permitted to wear casual clothes, such as trips and excursions. The following rules apply to casual dress:

• Sleeves (covering shoulders)

• Enclosed footwear

Shorts / skirts of an appropriate length

• No midriffs / torn items

• Hats

Items of clothing displaying offensive language / themes are not permitted.

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TAS Uniform Shop Price Guide 2024
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45 Poolwood Road, Kewarra Beach

Ph: (07) 4036 8230 White

Ph: (07) 4036 8111 tas.qld.edu.au

200–212 Progress Road, White Rock

Kewarra Beach Campus
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