The uniform is a symbol of the pride we have in our College and the pride our College has in each person.
The College uniform is a mark of our identity to the wider community. It should establish a sense of belonging and an acceptance of the values proclaimed by MacKillop.
The way our students wear their uniform is very important and that will not change. Our College uniform is an outward sign that you belong to the MacKillop Catholic College community. Our uniform does more than just delineate your membership of our community; it also points to the values and beliefs that we espouse. In wearing our uniform, you acknowledge membership of our community and also signal your acceptance of the obligations as well as the privileges which are part of membership. If our College community values the wearing of a school uniform, then all members of our community have an obligation to support that value. The vast majority of students do value and wear their uniform well and follow the associated grooming rules.
PERSONAL APPEARANCEUNIFORM ITEMS FORMAL AND SPORTS March 2021 COMPULSORY UNIFORM OPTIONS WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
Uniform ShopUniform Price List
Permapleat Hobart Uniform Shop
T : (03) 6240 4420 – Opening hours only
UNIFORM SHOP HOURS DURING TERM BREAK:
Please note the Uniform Shop Opening Hours for the upcoming Term break are as follows:
Saturday July 3th - 9 -12
Monday July 5th to Saturday July 10th - CLOSED
Monday July 12th to Saturday July 17th - NORMAL TRADE, i.e.
Hours of opening are as follows: (Normal Trade)
Monday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 11:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday: 12:00 noon - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12 noon
“The wearing of the College uniform aims to engender a sense of belonging, to enkindle enthusiasm, a sense of camaraderie and to reflect a commitment to the College. The College uniform is the face of the College to the general public. The uniform builds pride and tradition in the College, provides a known cost to parents and ensures equity for all students."MacKillop Catholic College Uniform Policy – reviewed 2018