Harrison t-bars on student exchange

Girls at St Catherine’s School Toorak have a student exchange program with their sister school, St Catherine’s in Bramley.

The English girls have the option of wearing loafers, mary-janes, brouges or classic laceup shoes with their school uniforms.

The Australian girls wear the same school uniforms as their host sisters, but have brought their Harrison t-bar shoes along for the trip across the world. Can you spot the four Aussies?

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Keilor Downs College

Girls at Keilor Downs College are permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear them with short white or black ankle socks in summer, and navy tights in winter.

https://www.kdc.vic.edu.au/assets/uploads/2018/03/KDC_2017-School-Shoes.pdf

As of 2017 students will be expected to wear leather-style school shoes with a distinct heel as part of their everyday uniform.

Students are only to wear runners on the days they have
PE and/or sport classes

Springside West Secondary College

Girls at Springside West Secondary College are permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear them with grey socks in summer, with the option of black tights in winter.

https://www.swsc.vic.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Uniform-Policy-11-June.pdf

Option 1:
Long or short sleeve shirt with logo;
Long grey pants;
Soft shell jacket or blazer;
Tie;
School jumper;
School socks grey(compulsory);
School shoes.

Option 2:
Long or short sleeve shirt with logo;
Grey shorts;
School socks grey(compulsory);
Soft shell jacket or blazer;
Tie;
School jumper;
School shoes.

Option 3:
Long or short sleeve shirt with logo;
School winter skirt- long or standard;
School socks white(compulsory) or
Black stockings;
Soft shell jacket or blazer;
Tie;
School jumper;
School shoes.

Option 4:
School summer dress;
School socks white(compulsory);
Soft shell jacket or blazer;
School jumper;
School shoes.
Note: there are to be no stockings
worn with this option.

Note: There is to be no mixing or matching with these options.

No leggings/tights that cut off at the ankle are permitted.

Southern Cross Grammar

Girls at Southern Cross Grammar are permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear them with white socks in summer, and black tights or over the knee socks in winter.

https://www.scg.vic.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Uniform_Policy.pdf

Term 1 and 4

Year 3 – Year 12 Girls
• Summer dress
• White socks
• Blazer
• Bucket hat (Y3-Y9)
• Peak cap (Y10-Y12)
• Polished black lace up, buckle or velcro shoes

Term 2 and 3

Year 3 – Year 12 Girls
• Winter skirt
• Long sleeve shirt
• Tights or Over the Knee Socks
• Tie
• Blazer
• Polished black lace up, buckle or velcro shoes

Brighton Secondary College, Melbourne

Until 2014 girls at Brighton Secondary College in Melbourne were permitted to wear t-bar school shoes with their uniform. They wear black shoes and white ankle socks with their summer uniform, with grey tights or socks an option in winter.

http://www.brightonsc.vic.edu.au/temp/downloads/College%20Uniform%202013.pdf

Girls – Summer (terms 1 & 4)

– BSC dress. Length of dress must be no less than 15cm
from floor when kneeling
– Jumper – Years 7 to 9, BSC bottle green with colour
stripe. Years 10, 11 & 12, BSC purple with VCE logo
– Shoes – black leather only, College lace-up or black
Mary Jane
– Socks – white only, ankle high. (Note: Tights are not to be worn with the summer uniform)

Girls – Winter (terms 2 & 3)

– BSC plaid skirt or BSC grey slacks. Length of skirt
must be no less than 15cm from floor when kneeling
– Jumper – as Summer
– Shirt – white, long sleeve
– Tie – BSC tie is compulsory with winter uniform
– Tights – grey only or Short socks – grey
– Shoes – as Summer
– School scarf and gloves

Mitcham Girls High School

Girls at Mitcham Girls High School in Adelaide are permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They are worn with short white, black or navy socks, or navy or black pantihose in winter.

December 2010

http://www.mitchamgirlshs.sa.edu.au/files/2011%20A5%20Footwear%20flier%20to%20students%208_12_10.doc

After considerable consultation with students, parents and staff regarding acceptable school shoes for students and in accordance with OHSW guidelines to have a solid heel and sole and provide adequate support and protection, the Uniform Committee advises that from 2011 the following styles are the accepted Dress Code:

– Leather or vinyl lace up shoe
– Mary Jane shoe with a Velcro or buckle strap(elastic straps will not be acceptable)
– T-Bar shoe

These shoes will be available from the Uniform Shop in 2011. Further information and images of these shoes are on the back of this leaflet.