Uniforms Changes, and Improvments

The uniforms have changed immensely over time, they have not always been the way they are today. The first dresses that were used as the school uniform were long and thick dresses. They were very heavy to wear and covered almost every bit of skin. This is because at a Catholic school during this time period, showing too much skin was found very disrespectful. Another thing that no longer continues in the school is that we do not have to make our own uniforms. The parent's used to have to hire dressmakers and buy fabric uniform.

Moving through time, the school dresses got shorter and more fitted. In the past few years, the uniforms haven’t changed very much. The school blazers have been adjusted, the logos have been changed from ‘Rose Bay Convent’ and ‘Kincoppal’ to being ‘Kincoppal Rose Bay’, and the collars have been designed as a different shape. Also, we now don’t have to make our own dresses. We have our school shop that gets manufacturers to create them.

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