Notre Dame College, Shepparton banning t-bars

Girls at Notre Dame College in Shepparton were banned from wearing t-bar school shoes from 2019. They wear black shoes and grey socks with both their summer and winter uniforms, with grey tights an option in winter.

January 2018

http://www.notredame.vic.edu.au/community/college-uniform/1211-uniform-policy-and-procedure/file

Black polishable traditional supportive school shoes which are fully enclosed and solid with a heel.

T-Bar school shoes which are black, polishable, traditional, supportive and solid with a heel, while acceptable are not fully enclosed and CANNOT be worn in the Technology Centre when undertaking practical classes.

T-Bar school shoes ARE NOT permitted for Year 7 students in 2018. They will NOT be accepted for any student from 2019.

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Cornish College

Girls at Cornish College are not permitted to wear t-bar shoes with their school uniform. They wear white ankle socks with their summer dress, and navy socks or tights with their winter skirt.

May 2016

https://www.cornishcollege.vic.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/SWPOL-140-Uniform-Policy-Cornish-College-v2.0-2.pdf

Girls Summer
Term 1 and 4

– Dress and White Ankle Socks with School Trim
OR
– Divided Skirt, Summer Shirt and Navy Ankle Socks with School Trim

– Jumper or Vest

Girls Winter
Term 2 and 3

– Skirt (Years 5 to 12)
OR
– Girls Trousers (Prep to Year 12)

– Blazer
– Jumper or Vest
– Tie
– Knee High or Ankle Navy Socks with School Trim or Navy Tights

Black leather lace up college-style school shoes are required for all students. Velcro fastening college-style shoes are acceptable for Prep to Year 3 students. T-bar and Mary Jane style school shoes are not permitted.

Carranballac P-9 College

Girls at Carranballac P-9 College are not permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear black shoes and white ankle socks with their summer dress, and navy tights or socks with their winter skirt.

2018

http://carranballac.vic.edu.au/page/294

SUMMER

– short or long-sleeved buttoned collar pale blue shirt (logo)
– gabardine pants or shorts
– navy blue skort
– summer dress
– white anklet socks (no visible branding)
– navy woollen jumper (logo)
– navy soft-shell jacket (logo)
– blazer (logo) for students in Year 7-9 (Optional)
– bucket hat (logo)

WINTER

– blazer (logo) for students in Year 7 – 9 (Optional)
– navy soft-shell jacket (logo)
– short or long-sleeved buttoned collar pale blue shirt (logo)
– school tie
– navy gabardine pants or shorts
– woollen jumper (logo)
– navy skort
– box pleat skirt
– navy tights
– navy blue beanie (logo)

For students in Year 7 – 9, black leather lace up school shoes are required. T-bar or Mary-Jane shoes are not acceptable due to occupational health and safety requirements.

Penola Catholic College

Girls at Penola Catholic College are not permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear black shoes and white ankle socks with their summer dress, and navy tights or socks with their winter skirt.

2018

http://penola.vic.edu.au/uniform/

Summer Uniform

College Blazer and V Neck Jumper with College emblem
– Maroon (Years 7 – 10)
– Navy (Years 10 – 12)

Summer Dress
– to the middle of the knee when standing

Blouse
– White Short sleeve overlay shirt with College emblem

Shorts
– Navy tailored (optional)

Socks
– Above the ankle, white cotton / nylon or Knee-hi’s, white

Winter Uniform

College Blazer and V Neck Jumper with College emblem
– Maroon (Years 7 – 10)
– Navy (Years 10 – 12)

Blouse
– White with College emblem

College Tie
– Navy with College logo

WITH

Winter Skirt
– to the middle of the knee when standing

Navy opaque stockings / navy tights
– No socks permitted under or over tights

OR

Slacks
– Navy tailored pleated pants with side pockets

Belt
– Black

Socks
– Black or navy

Shoes

Plain black leather uppers, flat soles, low heels, lace up style (Flat ballet or T bar shoes are not permitted)

Wantirna College

Girls at Wantirna College are not permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear black shoes and white ankle socks with their summer dress, and navy tights or white socks with their winter skirt.

2018

http://www.wantirnacollege.vic.edu.au/parents/uniform-shop/uniform-list

Girl’s Summer Uniform: Terms 1 & 4

Dress:
White, navy and maroon College dress (mid knee length) with College emblem.

Jumper:
Year 7-10 Navy woollen jumper with College emblem.
Year 11-12 Maroon woollen jumper with College emblem

Shirt:
White polo shirt with striped collar and College emblem OR White tailored shirt with long or short sleeves (tucked in at all times)

Skirt:
White, navy and maroon College skirt to be worn with white polo or White tailored short sleeve shirt

Shorts:
Navy tailored shorts with logo (to be worn with the polo shirt or White tailored short sleeve shirt.)

Pants:
Navy tailored pants. (Note these are specific pants tailored to the school expectations, Face Off or other brands of tight fitted pants are not acceptable)

Socks:
Plain white socks (between the ankle and the knees) No anklets.

Girls Winter Uniform – Terms 2 & 3

Shirt:
White polo shirt with striped collar and College emblem OR White tailored shirt with long or short sleeves (tucked in at all times)

Skirt:
Navy, maroon and blue College woollen skirt

Pants:
Navy tailored pants. (Note these are specific pants tailored to the school expectations, Face Off or other brands of tight fitted pants are not acceptable)

Jumper:
Years 7-10 Navy woollen jumper with College emblem
Years 11-12 Maroon woollen jumper with College emblem

Jacket:
Navy, white and maroon bomber jacket (all year levels) or College Blazer (Later Years)

Socks:
Plain white socks (between the ankle and the knees) Black/navy socks for navy trousers only

Tights:
Flesh coloured panty hose or navy tights – not black and not worn with sock over the top

Tie:
Worn with white tailored shirt

Shoes:
Black leather lace up shoes (low heel).
T-bar shoes and canvas lace ups are not permitted

Marian College, Ararat

Girls at Marian College, Ararat were banned from wearing t-bar school shoes in 2016. They wear white socks with their summer dress, and navy tights with their winter skirt.

2016

http://web.archive.org/web/20160304035141/http://www.mcararat.catholic.edu.au/_uploads/_ckpg/files/Shoe%20Policy_2016.doc.pdf

In line with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act under which we have to operate. 

The Marian College Shoe Policy states that all students must wear only full–fitting, traditional school shoes with lace up fronts that provide both a robust sole, good support for growing feet, and a non‐ permeable polishable leather upper that protects the entire top of the foot.

T‐Bar or ballet style shoes are no longer acceptable as school shoes nor will any shoe that has perforations or mesh inserts.

May 2018

http://www.mcararat.catholic.edu.au/_literature_187528/Expectations_of_Marian_College

Girls’ Uniform

• Regulation skirt worn with navy tights or white socks.
• Regulation navy slacks or shorts.
• Regulation dress.
• Pale blue short or long sleeved polo shirt or pale blue business shirt.
• Plain white socks.
• Junior – Years 7-9: Blue polar fleece top with school logo.
• Senior – Years 10-12: Woollen jumper or blue polar fleece top with Marian College logo.

Shoes

The following shoes are permitted:
• Full–fitting, traditional school shoes with lace up fronts and a non-permeable polishable leather upper.

The following shoes are not permitted
• T-Bar or ballet style shoes nor any shoe that has perforations or mesh inserts.
• Black runners, walkers or skater shoes .
• Volley, canvas, street shoes, deck shoes and slip on styles.

Cobden Technical School

Girls at Cobden Technical School were banned from wearing t-bar school shoes in 2018. They wear black shoes and black socks with both their summer and winter uniforms.

February 2018

http://www.cobtech.vic.edu.au/our-school/newsletters?download=22:february-9-2018-newsletter

Shoes must be sturdy and safe for participation in classes, and for this reason, we insist on leather shoes. For girls, lace up shoes have replaced the T-bar shoes that leave too much of the foot uncovered.