Proud to be… Brune Park Students
One of the many characteristics of being a Brune Park student is ‘pride.’ Students are proud of their school and their school community – wearing the uniform reflects a pride in themselves, and in being part of such a strong community focused school.
The Brune Park uniform is part of the culture of our school and a key part of our collective sense of belonging and community.
We know the vital role you as parents and carers play in helping to ensure that your child fully embraces the uniform code and expectations so they feel part of the culture and ethos of pride and striving to be the best version of ourselves. Thank you for your support of your son or daughter with this.
A reminder of our ‘Proud to be …’ uniform expectations:
- Brune Park tie – House colours
- White shirt
- Brune Park jumper: grey for students in Years 7, 8 and 9, black for students in Years 10 or 11
- Plain black trousers (skinny fit permitted)
- Plain black trainers or shoes
- A school bag (suitable for carrying A4 books and papers)
- A pencil case with full equipment
- In colder weather a plain, dark coloured coat.
Students can wear a single silver or gold stud earring in each ear, and a clear, flat retainer for any additional piercings.
Students who like to wear nail polish can wear a natural colour.
A reminder of our ‘Proud to be … ‘ PE Uniform expectations:
- House colour and logo shirt
- Black shorts (mid-thigh length)
- White socks
Optional PE Uniform:
- Brune Park Quarter-zip
- Base layer
- Tracksuit bottoms, leggings (plain black only).
There are no hoodies allowed in school for PE or generally.
A reminder of what we do not expect to see in school:
School is a no hoodie zone (PE or generally)
- Jeans or tracksuit bottoms
- Logos or colours for PE track pants, leggins or jackets
- Other jumpers or tops that are not a school jumper
- Colourful coats
- Acrylic nails
- Colored nail polish
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