School Dress Code Update

Hampstead School has adopted a dress code for its students. The purpose of having a dress code for our children is to instill in them a sense of belonging and identity. A dress code is conducive to good behaviour and reflects the serious mission of our school. It fosters a positive educational atmosphere that promotes success. We ask for parents’ full cooperation in ensuring students adhere to the Hampstead School dress code policy.

Parents will be contacted should students be deemed to not be following the dress code or dressed inappropriately. Should it continue, students may not be allowed in class and may be sent to the office, where they may be asked to change, wait for a parent or guardian to deliver appropriate clothing, or sent home (picked up by a parent/guardian) to change.

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