The wearing of the school uniform is compulsory.
The school has a 'School Dress Standards' Policy. Ayr State School dress standards assist in promoting a positive and proud image of the school within the community. Students are encouraged to uphold and enhance that image. Students going on an excursion need to be in full school uniform. If you are part of the 'P&C school classroom and Nutrition program', your child will receive one new school uniform shirt, a sports shirt (in colour of their sports house) and a hat.
Inter-school sports-same as school uniform.
Inter-house sports-red, blue or yellow t-shirt (preferably with a collar) worn with black shorts.
Uniform free days
It is important that clothing chosen is appropriate for school. Inappropriate dress could be deemed to be:
Offensive (i.e. offensive logos or words).
Unsafe for the students or others (singlets, string straps and see-through tops are not allowed).
Shoes and socks should be worn (thongs or sandals are not allowed).
Other dress items
For safety and equity reasons the following applies:
Earrings, sleepers or studs can be worn to school (no large dangly earrings).
(Expensive) neck, wrist and ankle jewellery should not be worn at school.
Nail polish, make-up, excess ear/neck/wrist items are unnecessary for school.
Temporary tattoos are not to be visible at school.