The wearing of the school uniform is compulsory for all students.
Mulgildie State School is a Sun Smart school and it is School Policy that children must wear a broad
brimmed hat if they wish to play in the sun at morning tea, lunch and at sports time. If lost or
damaged, it is the parent’s responsibility to replace it. Mulgildie has a black bucket hat as part of the
uniform, currently available for $10 each at the school office.
No broad-brimmed hat, no play!
Unisex Black & Gold polo shirt, black shorts/skirts/skorts make up our uniform. Black bike shorts a
re only to be worn underneath skirts or alone on sports days. White socks and closed in shoes are
also required. Our uniform shirt and bucket hat can be purchased from the school office. During
winter black tracksuit pants with the option of black or gold jumpers are uniform. Black or gold
skivvies may also be worn.
A year 6 shirt is organised each year. The colours for this shirt are decided by the Year 6
students of that year. A insignia with the year is included each year. The design of the
student’s names on the back is discussed and decided upon by the principal and the year 6
students each year.
Children are expected to wear suitable closed in footwear to school. On swimming days,
children may take their shoes off at school before going to the pool and put them back on after
returning to school.
Thongs may be worn to swimming but must be replaced by normal
footwear on return to school.
For the costs of School Shirts and Hats please enquire at the school office as prices may vary
depending on supplier costs.
Adult size school shirts can be ordered and purchased through the school office for parents and
community members, for the purpose of fundraising and community events. Please enquire at
the office for prices on these shirts.
Jewellery should not be worn. This includes chains, bracelets, anklets and rings. Medical
bracelets/chains are permissible e.g. Allergies, Asthma, Diabetes etc. Plain sleepers/studs and
watches may be worn at the responsibility of the owner. Lost jewellery is difficult to trace. Some
jewellery can cause injury to self or to others in normal school games.
Make-up in any form is not permitted at Mulgildie State School. Please note this also
applies to nail polish.