Churchlands Music students participate in many performances at school, nationally, and internationally. At all times presentation is very important and consequently our students are expected to be dressed appropriately as they are representing our school.
When in Formal Concert Uniform, students need to have their hair tied back and up off their shoulders with black or teal ribbons or hair elastics. Being correctly dressed and neatly groomed when on stage representing our school is always important.
Jewellery guidelines are as per the school dress code i.e. earrings can only be sleepers or studs - no necklaces or bangles when in concert uniform. Boys, remember your black belt and socks and make sure your shoes are clean.
Both male and female concert uniforms are to be purchased through the Churchlands SHS Uniform Shop to ensure consistency in style and colour. There is a small stock of second hand uniforms available in limited sizes. Please contact the Uniform Shop to arrange a fitting.
Uniforms, Dress and Personal Appearance
Each member of an ensemble must maintain a high standard of dress and presentation. First impressions last and it is important that you are dressed appropriately, wide-awake and alert, shoes on, hair combed and smiling.
Formal Concert Uniform
|Black long sleeve shirt with music crest||Black concert jacket with music crest|
|Teal music tie||Teal music shirt|
|Black music trousers||Black music concert pants|
|Black belt||Teal or black hair ribbon|
|Black socks||Black socks or opaque stockings|
|Black lace-up shoes||Black lace-up shoes or flat-soled close-toed dress or court shoes|