Dress code of Miras International School students

Miras International School

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CODE of CONDUCT

  1. DRESS CODE

The Mission and Philosophy of Miras International School are oriented to harmonious development of educated students responsible, respectful and able to cooperate with others.

Dress code of Miras International School students should meet the safety and health standards and promote the learning process. The students are individuals representing the school community. We believe that neat clothes suitable for classroom activities will facilitate students’ learning as well as developing respectful attitude towards themselves and others. The dress code expectations below are valid during the whole academic year including the examination periods.

Since October 2009 there has been a single school uniform for all students. It is compulsory for Grade 1-12 students. For preschool and kindergarten students the dress code is casual.

 

The MIS School Uniform consists of the following for:

Girls

Plain, white, classic shirt or blouse (with collar and sleeves, no colours or patterns) Tartan Skirt* or Grey classic trousers* (skirt should be near knee length; not more than 10 cm above the knee).

Blue Jacket*, Blue woollen waistcoat, Blue woollen jumper*, or Blue sleeveless jumper*,

Only black or skin-coloured tights or single-coloured short socks may be worn

Single coloured black shoes with no decorations.

Boys

Plain white classic shirt (with collar and sleeves, no colours or patterns)

Grey classic trousers* Blue Jacket*, Blue woollen waistcoat sleeveless jumper*, or Blue woollen jumper*

Single colour, plain, grey or black socks which match the trousers.

Single coloured black shoes with no decorations.

Jeans are not appropriate for the School for all Grades.

Appropriate attire for PE, dance and swimming classes:

  • • PE class: appropriate sport footwear, shorts/tracksuit, T-shirt
  • • Swimming class: swimsuit/swimming trunks, swimming cap
  • • Dance class: shorts/skirt/gymnastics suit, dance shoes

On non-uniform days, students must adhere to the usual dress code as per the code of conduct. All members of the School community are responsible for the Student’s

Uniform implementation.

In the case of violations, teachers should apply to these regulations.

Procedure, connected with the Uniform implementation

Senior Management team is responsible for informational letter for the parents about procedure (September).

Senior Management Team members meet students near the gates and check uniform. In the case of the wrong uniform student should be sent to the home (First 2 weeks of September) HR Leader check student’s uniform every day during 10 min morning

Students in the inappropriate uniform are not allowed to visit lessons

If it is necessary, HR Leader calls to the parents and inform them about uniform problems. In the first instance, it is the responsibility of the HRL to contact parents. In the case of a language issue, the Dean of Student should contact parents. Administrative assistant is responsible for the recording of all uniform violations.

From the beginning of October, the uniform policy will be strictly enforced and students not wearing uniform will not be able to attend school unless there has been a prior agreement with the school.

 

Secondary School

Students in grades 9-12 may wear a tie if they choose. It must be plain (no colors or patterns) and Black or Navy (dark) Blue.

For all students in cold weather students must change their outside boots for inside black shoes before lessons.

Shoes must be black. If a doctor has recommended the use of special shoes (e.g. softer material) these must also be black.

Uniform violations belong to the 3 levels of violations.

Correction procedure:

  • • Reprimand and after school detention by HRL. Parents will be contacted with the expectation that correct uniform item is delivered to school.
  • • Inside Suspension - Parents will be contacted with the expectation that correct uniform item is delivered to school.
  • • Outside Suspension.

Administrative assistant is responsible for the contact with the parents in the case of the

Language problems between HR Leader and parents (for ETS)

In the case of the parents misunderstanding or non-correct answer, HR Leader can apply to the Uniform Responsible Coordinator.

Primary School

Please note that wearing school uniform is compulsory. All students from grade 1-5 must wear school uniform at all times.

During September, students may wear the following clothes if their school uniform is not ready:

Boys

  • • White shirt
  • • Grey trousers

Girls

  • • White blouse
  • • Dark skirt

Shoes must be black. If a doctor has recommended the use of special shoes (e.g. softer material) these must also be black.

The kindergarten-Grade 5 students shall bring school shoes from the first day of their learning.

 

The following garments are inappropriate for school including non-uniform day:

  • • Sports trousers, shorts (except primary school)
  • • T-shirts, sports trousers, shorts;
  • • Clothes with gaudy pictures, slogans, symbols and writings contrary to the school philosophy;
  • • Clothes, which do not cover shoulders and belly;
  • • Low-necked and thin-strap garments;
  • • Skirts with long slits; miniskirts
  • • Gaudy clothes.

Heavy and expensive jewelry are not appropriate for the school.

Special occasions

  1. During classes in the laboratory/Art/dance room students wear a special clothes meeting safety standards.
  2. During Spirit Days students may wear other clothes appropriate for a topic.

The school administration may regulate issues related to the students’ dress code.

 

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