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Mackay North State School has an endorsed uniform policy (PDF, 74 KB) through our P&C Association. Students are expected to wear the school uniform daily. The school uniform, besides being highly suitable for the rigours of active children and continual laundering, gives students a sense of identity and pride in their school. The school uniform must be worn on all official excursions and for special activities.

The uniform shop operates from the school each Wednesday morning from 8.00am-9.30am and Wednesday afternoon from 2.00pm-3.30pm. A variety of new and second-hand items are available for sale. Information on school uniform, dress code and the uniform shop can be found in the school prospectus (PDF, 1838 KB)

Joggers (enclosed footwear) in predominantly black or white are suitable footwear. Thongs, surf sandals, skate shoes, singlet top, cycle pants and tights (as outer garments), and two piece (bare midriff) outfits are considered unsuitable and unacceptable for safety and health reasons.

Jewellery is to be kept to a minimum. Students with pierced ears are to wear undecorated studs or sleepers only. An inexpensive watch can be worn. Bracelets and necklaces are unacceptable.

The school operates a broad-brimmed hat policy. All students are to wear only broad-brimmed hats, bucket or legionnaire hats at school. Students require a hat at school every day. Failure to bring such a hat will mean no outdoor play for that day. Sharing of hats outside of family groups is discouraged.