The Durack Primary School Uniform Policy has been established after consultation with all stakeholders, and has been formulated to meet the needs of students, their families and the school. The intention is to promote harmony, equity, discipline and self respect.The Uniform has been designed for our tropical lifestyle. It is reasonably priced, durable and smart. All but the more generic items are available for purchase from the Front Office throughout the year.
Shirts : [unisex] Royal Blue Polo shirt, with embroidered logo and collar detail. Shirts are not to cover more than half of the shorts or skorts when untucked.
Shorts : [unisex] Plain black, without pictures, patterns or edgings.
Skorts : [girls] Plain black, without pictures, patterns or edgings.
Dresses : [girls] School Tartan, available from the office.
Long Pants : [unisex] Plain Black, without pictures, patterns or edgings. No denim.
Jacket : with zipper, predominantly blue or black
Hats: The school's bucket, legionnaire or wide-brimmed hat, available from the office.
Socks: Must be black, blue or white.
Shoes: Sandals (with a back strap), runners or leather ‘school shoes' with no high heels. Predominant colours are white, black, royal (or navy ) blue or brown.
Hair Accessories: Plain hair ties, scrunchies, headbands or scarves should be blue and/or white and or black (or plain coloured.)
Jewellery: The only items of jewellery permitted to be worn at school are:
- medic alert bracelet
- simple watch
- studs or small hooped earrings only
- no visible other jewellery
Grooming: It is suggested that hair below shoulder length be tied back with appropriate hair accessories. Makeup and nail polish are not permitted at school.
Upon enrolment parents are to sign a Memorandum of Understanding supporting the Durack School Uniform Policy. The school uniform must be worn fully and correctly at all times.