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Gives students a sense of belonging & creates an identity for Millennium Schools in the community


The Millennium School’s uniform policy was developed by the School Board in accordance policy and guidelines on dress standards for students. The wearing of school uniform is supported strongly by the Millennium Schools community and is a symbol of pride in the school. There is an expectation that students will comply with the dress requirements and that valuable school time will not need to be diverted to following up on breaches of school uniform policy.

Our careful selection of RMS school uniform contributes to the health and safety of our students when engaged in school activities. RMS School Uniform reflects school community standards and expectations. Decisions about school uniforms are consistent with work health and safety, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity legislation. Positive reinforcement and encouraging responsible behaviour are the preferred approaches to ensuring students wear the school uniform.

Response to students who do not wear uniform is appropriate. They are clarified, agreed upon by the school community and documented. Response is fair and consistent. We don’t prevent students from continued participation in essential curriculum activities except where exclusion is necessary for reasons of safety. In this situation, alternative educational activities are provided. It is the responsibility of the School Head to ensure that the school uniform policy is followed collaboratively with the school community.


Uniform Guidelines for Girls


  • Roots Millennium Schools blazers should be worn at all times during winter.
  • Roots Millennium Schools sash, badge and computerized ID card must be worn at all times.
  • Girls Kameez / Shirts should be the regulation design and should be worn at the knee level.
  • No fancy kameez and shalwar are allowed other than regulation design.
  • T-Shirts with visible slogans should not be worn under shirts.
  • Shoes should be polished and flat in style (no high heels). They should have no visible markings.
  • Hair should be well kept in a moderate style without streaks or other colour. Styles are not allowed. Shoulder length hair should be tied back off the face or held in a black band.
  • No jewelry, ornaments and accessories should be worn at any time.
  • No make-up or nail polish should be worn.

Uniform Guidelines for Boys


  • Roots Millennium Schools blazers / jackets / cardigans should be worn at all times during winter.
  • Roots Millennium Schools belt, badge and computerized ID card must be worn at all times.
  • Trousers should be standard school trousers in cut and material.
  • No fancy shirt and trouser are allowed other than regulation design.
  • Shirts should be worn tucked in.
  • Ties should be worn down to the waist.
  • Plain school socks should be worn. Shoes should be polished and flat in style. They should have no visible markings.
  • Hair should be neat, clean and of acceptable length. Hair may not cut in any fancy style or be coloured, streaked or be tied.
  • Earrings and jewellery are not permitted.
  • No cap, hat and bandana are allowed at any time.

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For more details you may review our RMS School Uniform Guidelines