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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St Catherine’s School Toorak

Girls at St Catherine’s School Toorak are permitted to wear t-bar school shoes. They wear them with pale blue socks in summer, with the option of grey tights in winter.

http://www.stcatherines.net.au/about-us/our-uniforms/

Senior School Uniform

Compulsory Uniform

– School pullover
– School blazer (Years 7 – 9)
– School braided blazer (Years 10 – 12 only)
– Pale blue knee-high or ankle socks
– Black shoes (lace-ups or t-bars)
– Pale blue pullover (Year 12 only)

NB: Pullover must not be worn off campus as outer garment

Summer Uniform

– Senior style dress
– Pale blue knee-high or ankle socks

Winter Uniform

– School skirt
– School shirt
– School tie
– Grey tights or pale blue knee-high or ankle socks

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

Lavalla Catholic College

Girls at Lavalla Catholic College in Traralgon are permitted to wear black t-bar shoes with their school uniform. They wear white coloured knee or ankle socks with their summer dress, and navy tights with their winter skirt.

February 2013

https://lavalla.vic.edu.au/application/files/5314/9861/4111/8th_Feb_2013.pdf

Uniform

My thanks to those parents and students who organised uniforms, shoes etc. over the holidays so that students could begin the year appropriately. The uniform has a number of functions:
• It shows a sense of belonging to the College
• It removes the pressure to buy a large wardrobe
• Worn properly, it demonstrates respect, both of self and for others.

To avoid the inconvenience of having to collect your son or daughter from school or to bring in a uniform item, please work with them to ensure that they wear the uniform correctly.

Please be aware that unbuckled shoes are an OHS issue, broken buckles will need to be repaired or replaced.

Victorian monopoly on Harrison shoes

Shoes and Sox is a chain of shoe shops with stores all around Australia. But for their back to school sale, only the one state will have Harrison shoes in stock.

They offer plenty of options Clarks lace-up school shoes. But the Harrison Indy II is available in Victoria only.

And the same story on the Mary Jane page. The Harrison Indiana II is another Victoria-only shoe.

Gleneagles Secondary College

Girls at Gleneagles Secondary College are permitted to wear t-bar shoes with their school uniform. They wear white socks with their summer dress, and black socks or tights with their winter skirt.

January 2013

http://www.gleneagles.vic.edu.au/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Code-of-Conduct-Uniform-Policy.pdf

Black, leather, lace up traditional school shoes, plain black leather slip on dress shoes with rounded or square toes for boys, or Harrison or Roc T-Bar sandals for girls (for safety reasons, heels must not exceed 3 cm). Buckles on sandals must be done up. N.B. Black canvas shoes (Dunlop Volley type or the like) or
ballet type shoes are not permitted.

January 2013

http://www.gleneagles.vic.edu.au/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/January-2013-Newsletter-final.pdf

Uniform at Gleneagles Secondary College is compulsory and all students are required to wear the College Council approved school uniform. All students are required to wear the new College uniform. The old uniform was fully phased out at the end of 2012.

New uniform at King David School

King David School introduced their current school uniform in mid 2012. An 18 month transition period followed, finishing at the end of the 2013 school year. The old style uniforms were collected and donated to a school in Africa.

http://www.kds.vic.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/Information-Hand-Book-201213.pdf

January 2012

Appendix K – Uniform Policy & Information

Please note that the School Uniform is being redeveloped and the new uniform will be launched in the second part of the year. The phase in period will be 18 months.

https://remote.kds.vic.edu.au/uploads/inspirations/December%202012%20REV.pdf

December 2012

The second half of 2012 has seen the fruition of over 2 years of work by the members of the uniform committee with the introduction of the new uniform. The new uniform is consistent with the values of the School. It is modern, comfortable and emphasises gender equity.

A planning committee was set up, comprising parents, teaching staff, senior management and a consultant. Feedback about uniform preferences were canvassed from parents and students and taken into account in the design of the new uniforms.

The new uniform is smart and fits the profile of the direction in which The King David School is heading through this next chapter. Modern and with clean lines, the new uniform hopes to reflect a sense of pride about being a King David student.

This has been a big undertaking and the process has been supported by the uniform shop manager. A big thank-you to the uniform committee and for hours and hours of ongoing work.

Students have until the end of 2013 to transition out of the old uniform, after which all students will be required to wear only the new uniform. We know our students will wear the new uniform with pride.

https://remote.kds.vic.edu.au/uploads/inspirations/July%202012.pdf

July 2012

The Ducere Foundation together with King David are helping the plight of some of the poorest children. Old school uniforms will be donated to a primary school in Zambia. Zambia is one of the poorest countries in the world and has the highest concentration of orphans in the world. The majority of the population live on less than $2 a day.

Posters have been put up on all campuses as well as collection bins to facilitate collection of the old uniforms. The King David Parents’ Association who run the Uniform Shop will also donate the brand new, unsold uniforms that are no longer needed as we transition into our new uniform.