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Rules and policies

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​Stop, Drop and Go

The Stop, Drop & Go Zone operates in the top car park (near the Fire Station) each afternoon between 2.50pm and 3.15pm.

Parents/carers must register to use the Stop Drop & Go Zone and agree to the conditions of use. Once registered you will receive a Name Card to display on your car windscreen visor.

The Stop Drop Go zone is run by Volunteer parents. Please consider helping if you can spare 30 minutes in the afternoon. There are two carparks reserved for the use of volunteers.

Some helpful tips when picking your child/children up from Stop Drop & Go

  1. Remind your children in the morning that you will be picking them up in the afternoon from Stop Drop & Go (especially the young ones – they usually need a reminder each time) and to get to the pick up area right after school.  Please also remind your children that they are to remain at the Stop Drop & Go Zone and wait for you.  They are not to drop their bag and then go off into the playground.
  2. It is best not to enter the car park until the bell has rung and your child has had time to get to the Stop Drop & Go Zone.  This means entering the car park after 3pm.  Usually some congestion from Prep pick up has cleared by this time and we are not clogging the car park, waiting for children who are not there yet!  Cars arriving early will be asked to leave the Zone after two minutes, if their child is not there.
  3. Please ensure that your child/children’s SURNAME is clearly printed on your name card and that the name card is attached to your front passenger visor with two elastic bands.
  4. Parents/carers are requested to stay in their car.  The Stop Drop & Zone volunteers/monitors will assist your child with getting into the car, along with their bags etc.
  5. No parking in the Stop Drop & Go Zone.  Cars will be asked to move on after 2 minutes if their child is not ready to be picked up.
  6. In the mornings the same rules apply – parents/carers are to remain in their car while children get out of the car.  If you need to assist/walk your child to class, please park your car in the car park.  If there are no parks available, there is ample parking at the back of the school.  Please do not use the Stop Drop and Go Zone if you need to park and assist/walk your child to class in the mornings!

Uniform Policy

Student dress code

The school has a uniform, the wearing of which is expected for reasons of identification and suitability for participation in school activities.

Nail polish and jewellery should not be worn to school.   Hairstyles should be neat and tidy. It is recommended that hair, which is longer than collar length, be tied back.

During winter, beanies and scarves should not be worn to school.

All items (excluding footwear) are available from the Ashgrove State School Uniform Shop. Second hand uniform are also available to purchase. The Ashgrove West Drapery Store sells a number of school uniform items.

Uniforms – Girls

Cotton dress or shorts/skort and polo shirt.

Dress: Cotton dress in maroon and white check material with short sleeves and front zip opening.

Shorts: Maroon jersey knit shorts with elastic waist.

Skort: Maroon poly/viscose shorts with a skirt covering.

Shirt: Unisex polyester/cotton or cotton knit maroon shirt with button tab; a contrast knit collar and school logo.

Hat: Maroon wide-brimmed hat with school badge screen-printed on front. The school has a ‘No hat-No play’ rule.

Shoes: Sports shoes (predominately white or black) or black school shoes with white socks are suitable for general wear. All footwear must have fastenings e.g. laces, velcro. It is compulsory that all footwear cover the toes.

Uniforms – Boys

Grey shorts and polo shirt

Shorts: Grey longer leg style school short.

Shirt: Unisex polyester/cotton or cotton knit maroon shirt with button tab, a contrast knit collar and school logo.

Hat: Maroon wide-brimmed hat with school badge screen-printed on front. The school has a ‘No hat-No play’ rule.

Shoes: Sports shoes (predominately white or black) or black school shoes with white socks. All footwear must have fastenings e.g. laces, velcro. It is compulsory that all footwear cover the toes.

Year 6 Shirt (Boys and Girls)

Each year the Year 6 students vote on a design for a Senior shirt that can be worn as part of the school uniform. This shirt is also worn to the Year 6 Graduation evening.

Inter-School Sports Shirt (Boys and Girls in Year 4, 5 & 6)

Sport unisex polo shirt and Canterbury black tactic shorts can be worn on Friday Interschool Sport days only. Students may also wear  the school polo shirt, boys grey short, girls maroon short/skort on sport days. Knee-length football socks (maroon with white stripe) are available from the Uniform Shop. The school provides a sport jersey for various codes such as rugby league.

Music Performance Uniform

Music polo shirt, black pants and black shoes & black socks.

Winter Wear (Boys and Girls)

Maroon pullover jumper or maroon zip jacket printed with school logo, bootleg pant (girls), maroon tights (girls), long grey pants (boys).

Swimming

All students must wear a swim cap and a sun-safe shirt at swimming lessons. Lycra swim caps are sold at the uniform shop.

Please clearly label all hats, shoes, socks and clothing with child’s name.



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Last reviewed 28 November 2019
Last updated 28 November 2019