The school community supports the wearing of a uniform at this school. The uniform is expected to be worn when:
- Attending or representing the school.
- Travelling to and from school.
- Engaging in school activities out of school hours.
The uniform aims to contribute to a safe and supportive teaching and learning environment through;
Ready identification of students.
Fostering a sense of belonging.
Developing mutual respect among students by minimising evidence of economic or social differences.
The uniform reflects our school community standards and is consistent with occupational health and safety and anti-discrimination legislation.
If a student is, for some reason, unable to wear the uniform this should be discussed with the Principal.
Blue check top with red tie and logo with navy blue pleated culottes.
Blue check with red trim on the sleeve and logo with navy blue long shorts.
Track Suit (to be worn in winter)
Navy with red trim and logo.
Shoes and socks
Black leather joggers/shoes or sandals with navy blue or white socks.
Red and Navy polo shirts with logo on the collar. Worn with navy microfibre shorts.
To be worn only at PE and Sports Carnivals.
Swimming togs are available through the Swim Club.
Students must wear a wide brimmed hat or Legionnaire’s cap for all outside activities and during meal breaks. Baseball caps are not allowed, as they do not provide sufficient protection from the sun.
On the Junior Campus students without hats are to remain on the seat under the Camphor Laurel tree in the playground area. Children on the Senior Campus remain under covered areas.
Camp Hill State Infants and Primary School is a SunSmart school.
See our Jewellery page for more information.
Our school P&C provides uniforms via our Uniform Shop, under D block at the Senior Campus.