All students are required to wear the Kotara South Public School uniform. A school uniform helps build school pride and identifies students as belonging to Kotara South Public School. The school community, parents and staff, fully endorse the wearing of a school uniform.
The school colours are gold and royal blue. The uniform is mainly unisex items, to promote equality between girls and boys and includes gold polo shirt, royal blue shorts/skorts and hat for sun protection. Please mark all belongings with your child's full name and make every effort to see that your child is dressed in the correct school uniform.
If your child is unable to wear full school uniform please send a note to school explaining the situation. Permission for a student to be out of uniform will be considered. The school may be able to assist with provision of uniform items from donated quality second hand items. Requests will be dealt with confidentially.
Washing instructions: Please read the care instructions of the items when washing them.
There are four sports houses at Kotara South Public School:
Students should wear their sports shirts on Fridays and when requested for school/sports excursions.Students are assigned to their sports house in week 2 or 3 of Term 1. Siblings of current students will be placed in the same Sports House as the existing sibling.
The Uniform Shop is operated by the P&C on a voluntary basis. It is located next to the Canteen window, inside the Canteen building. The days and times of operation are advertised via Skoolbag and the KSPS P&C Facebook page. The Uniform Order Form is located in Notes & forms or Uniform Shop. The Uniform Shop accepts cash as well as Visa & Mastercard (fees apply) and has a small selection of second hand clothes for purchase as well.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land and pay our respects to the elders both past, present and future. For they hold the memories, traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia. We must always remember that under the concrete and asphalt, this land is, was and will always be traditional Aboriginal land.
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