We value positive relationships with parents and carers to help develop better social and emotional skills in children. We know that when children are engaged with their learning, they attend school more regularly, leading to better long term outcomes.

For parenting and counselling services, visit the Family Support page, and for direction and clarity on regulations, processes and procedures at our school, read the Sydney Catholic School policies.

Uniforms

The official school uniform is available from Lowes at Westfield Miranda, and Claudine Schoolwear in Caringbah.

Boys are expected to have natural hair colour with standard haircuts which look neat and tidy. Radical haircuts will not be permitted, for example, no tails, hawks or shaved heads (less than 2). Please refer to the Haircut Policy.

Earrings, rings, necklaces and wristbands are not permitted.

  • Navy shorts
  • College cap
  • College grey socks 
  • White poly/cotton short sleeve shirt with college crest on pocket
  • Blue college v-neck jumper (if required)
  • Traditional hard, black leather shoes (no soft leather)
  • College bag
  • Grey trousers
  • Blazer
  • College tie
  • College cap
  • College grey socks or black socks
  • White poly/cotton short sleeve shirt with college crest on pocket
  • Blue college v-neck jumper (to be worn under blazer if required)
  • Traditional hard, black leather shoes (no soft leather)
  • College bag
  • White sports shirt with college crest
  • College coloured house shirt
  • Blue shorts with DLS embroidery
  • College sports tracksuit for warmth
  • Blue college v-neck jumper (if required)
  • College white socks
  • Lace up sports shoes
  • College bag
  • Students who need to wear particular clothing for sport (eg. OzTag) need to bring and change into at school

Due to the nature of materials and tools used in the practical workrooms, students must wear protective clothing and for this purpose are required to purchase an apron.

Students must also wear hard black leather shoes in practical rooms. Shoes such as joggers made from soft material are not permitted and students will not be allowed to participate in practical lessons for obvious reasons.

2021
Term 1
27 January – 1 April
Term 2
19 April – 25 June
Term 3
12 July – 17 September
Term 4
5 October – 17 December
Note: Please check with your school as dates will vary.
2022
Term 1
28 January – 8 April
Term 2
26 April – 1 July
Term 3
18 July – 23 September
Term 4
10 October – 20 December
Note: Please check with your school as dates will vary.
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