Polo Shirts

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Polo Shirts - Short or Long sleeved

  • Navy poly-cotton polo shirt with Inaburra logo embroidered on upper left chest
  • Cotton is on the inside of the garment to keep the wearer cool, being a natural fibre. 
  • Navy body with saffron yellow side panels

Who, Where and When?

  • Polo shirts are worn by students from Kindergarten to Year 10 
  • The polo shirt is the same across all years, and doesn't need replacing when students move from Junior to Senior School
  • Worn to school as part of the Sports Uniform twice per week
  • Worn on Sports Day, and whatever day your child has their practical PDHPE lesson
  • For Senior School their practical PDHPE day, is the day they are timetabled in the Gym not a classroom
  • Junior School Sports Day is Wednesday
  • Senior School Sports Day is Tuesday
  • Can also be worn as requested by teachers for Dance, School Production practice days, and some excursions

Note for Year 11 and Year 12 Students

Stage 6 students will need to purchase the uniform if they are:

  • Studying Dance for their Preliminary or HSC
  • Studying PDHPE for their Preliminary or HSC
  • Other than these students, the only other times Stage 6 students may need sports uniform is for the following:
    • swimming or athletics carnivals,
    • when playing representative sport, and
    • for an excursion. 
  • For these few occasions, students may be able to borrow a sports uniform from friends or from the Uniform Shop

Sizes

  • Children's sizes: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 & 14K (The K designates it's for Kids)
  • Adult sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL & 5XL
  • Long-sleeved Polo shirts available in sizes 4 to XS only and are usually only worn by Junior School students.

Note

  • Some parents have mentioned holes forming at the top corners of the triangle logo.
  • To fix and avoid this problem, there is a simple fix that requires hemming tape, and an iron.
  • Hemming tape can be purchased at Spotlight, or even in Coles & Woolworths.
  • Take the shirt, and turn it inside out, and lay flat on your ironing board.
  • Then take hemming tape and cut a square piece that is larger than the logo, so it extends past the edges of the triangle by 10cm each side.
  • Using a cool iron on the cotton inside only, iron gently until the hemming tape adheres to the logo.
  • This should then avoid the holes forming at the corners of the logo.