Brown school shoes at Academy of Mary Immaculate

Brown school shoes and fawn socks were once a common part of an Australian school uniform. The class of 1990 at Academy of Mary Immaculate were among the girls who wore them.

Today the girls at Academy of Mary Immaculate wear black t-bar school shoes with their uniform, paired with navy socks or tights in winter, and white socks in summer.

Classic uniforms at Academy of Mary Immaculate

Academy of Mary Immaculate introduced their current school uniform in 2011. The previous uniform looked much the same but plainer: both the winter skirt and blazer were unadorned navy blue.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/00274.pdf

2010

This year, however, a comprehensive review of the AMI uniform identified the need to adopt a more contemporary uniform design, while respecting the Academy’s rich history and unique identity.

In consultation with the College community and being mindful of factors such as fit, comfort, durability, cost, fabric and design, a new uniform has been unveiled. It will have a modern design, while retaining the College colours of light and navy blue, yellow and white.

So 2010 marks the end of the ‘pinny’ era, as the College’s new arrivals in 2011 embrace change.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/00297.pdf

2010

Following consultation with all members of the Academy community, modification was made to the College uniform to ensure a more contemporary style. Year 7 2011 are the first group to wear the new uniform which will phased in over the next two years.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/_ckpg/files/Uniform%20details.pdf

2011

The College has introduced a new school uniform for 2011. This uniform will be phased in over a couple of years. In 2011 it will only be available for Year 7 students and students new to the College. All other students will continue to wear the old uniform.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/00784.pdf

28th June 2013

I would like to congratulate the majority of our students who wear the Uniform well. There have been a number of questions regarding some aspects of the Uniform so I have included the College Policy on these items for your information.

Socks – There appears to be some confusion regarding the correct socks to be worn with the “new” Winter Uniform. All students wearing the New College Winter Uniform are to wear Navy College Socks or navy Tights. White socks continue to be worn by students in Years 10, 11 & 12 who have the Uniform that is being phased out.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/00912.pdf

16 May 2014

Socks – There appears to be some confusion regarding the correct socks to be worn with the “new” Winter Uniform. All students wearing the New College Winter Uniform are to wear Navy College Socks or navy Tights. White socks continue to be worn by students in Years 11 & 12 who have the Uniform that is being phased out.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/01102.pdf

29 May 2015

Socks – There appears to be some confusion regarding the correct socks to be worn with the “new” Winter Uniform. All students wearing the New College Winter Uniform are to wear Navy College Socks or navy Tights. White socks continue to be worn only by students in Year 12 who have the “Old” Uniform that is being phased out.

Academy of Mary Immaculate

Girls at Academy of Mary Immaculate in Melbourne wear t-bar school shoes with their uniform. They are paired with navy socks with school colours or navy tights and winter skirt in term 2 and 3, and white knee socks with college colors and summer dress in terms 1 and 4. Girls have been warned to keep their shoes buckled up and in good repair.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/_ckpg/files/AMI%20UNI_W_17.pdf

2014

Black lace-up school shoes or T-bar sandals – not suede, fashion or ballet style

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/00748.pdf

27th March 2013

Shoes and T Bar Sandals are worn correctly i.e. laces tied and buckles done up.

http://www.academy.vic.edu.au/_uploads/rsfil/00868.pdf

7 February 2014

A Uniform check will be conducted on Tuesday, 11th February. Students with uniform infringements that require immediate attention i.e. incorrect hem length of the dress, broken buckles on shoes etc will be suspended from classes and sent home until the item is fixed or replaced.