Yarraman P-9 S.S Uniform Shop is located at the school
17 John Street, Yarraman Q 4614
The uniform of Yarraman P-9 State School is an issue of respect and safety.
The P&C fully endorse the green and gold school uniform. Other colours are not acceptable.
The following are uniform regulations for our school.
Students not wearing the appropriate uniform will be required to either:
Continual refusal to follow the school uniform policy will result in an interview with parents/carers to discuss the situation.
Yarraman State School bottle green shorts.
Black shoes with impervious uppers. lack shoes with impervious uppers.
Yarraman State School bottle green and gold tracksuit zippered jacket.
Yarraman State School bottle green sweat shirt.
Yarraman State School bottle green and gold tracksuit.
Yarraman State School wide brimmed bottle green and gold trim hat (‘No hat, no play').
white socks (male and female are to wear these).
The only jewellery a student is allowed to wear is a:
What is not permitted
Inappropriate wording/pictures on any clothing (applies to free dress days and sports days).
Any commercial logos.
Thongs, scuffs or ugg boots.
Any jewellery that dangles or protrudes, necklaces and bracelets.
Skivvies under school shirts, flannelette shirts and jackets, and denim shorts.
Caps and visors.
Make-up and nail polish are not permitted.
Any piercing that protrudes from the body, for example, lip rings, eye brows are not permitted. Ear stretchers and ear ring extensions are not permitted.
Recommended number of uniforms
The school recommends that students have a minimum of two (2) shirts and (two) 2 shorts to allow for washing throughout the week.
All students from Prep to Year 9 are to wear shoes with substantial uppers at all times (i.e. closed-in shoes).
According to Workplace Health and Safety Guidelines students must wear correct footwear at all times.
Thongs and masseur sandals are not suitable footwear.
Shoes must be worn to and from the pool and during all practical activities.
If students arrive at school without acceptable footwear, the parent/caregivers will be called and asked to drop in appropriate footwear to the school.