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Uniform shop

Telephone: (07) 3470 6234


Location: See School Map

Payment Options: Cash; EFTPOS

During School Tems Only​ ​ ​
​Monday ​Tuesday ​Wednesday ​Thursday ​Friday
​8am - 10am ​​8am - 10am ​8am - 10am
2pm - 4pm​
​2pm - 4pm ​Closed

Extended Hours

The Uniform shop open extended hours during December and January. These hours will be published here; facebook and the newsletter.


Exchanges are available when the uniform is unworn, with the tag still attached, xchanges are available when the uniform is unworn, with the tag still attached and in its original packaging. 

School Uniform ONLY (7; 8; 9)

Sports Uniform:

  • Polo Shirt
  • Unisex Shorts; Skirt; Culottes
  • Black Shoes (as per details below)
  • White Socks (no wording; logos or symbols)
  • Pullover; Track Top
  • Track Pants
  • Everyday: Cap; Hat; Bag (with logo)

Uniform ONLY (10; 11; 12)

Formal Uniform: Mon; Tue; Thu; Fri
  • Shirt; Blouse & Tie
  • Pants (black; dark navy socks)
  • Shorts (long school socks) Boys ONLY
  • Black Stockings; White Socks (no wording; logos; symbols) Girls ONLY
  • Belt; Lace-up
  • Shoes (as per details below)
  • Pullover (winter)

Sports Uniform: Wed ONLY

  • Polo Shirt
  • Unisex Shorts; Skirt; Culottes
  • Black Shoes (as per details below)
  • White Socks (no wording; logos or symbols)
  • Pullover; Track Top
  • Track Pants
  • Everyday: Cap; Hat; Bag (with logo)
  • Year 12 Senior Jersey: Mon; Wed; Fri

Uniform Policy

Footwear; Shoes
Due to safety regulations, students are required to wear enclosed footwear that adequately protects their feet. It is also critical that shoes have arch support and good protection on the sole as well
as protection for the top of the foot.
  • When wearing the sports uniform students may choose to wear black lace-up sports or school shoes.


All long hair (boys & girls) is required to be tied back out of the face with hair ties. Radical hairstyles are discouraged and parents are requested to consider whether a particular hairstyle is appropriate for school before the child has it done. Hair colours must be ‘natural’ in nature and the use of shaving or tinting to create distinct patterns or ‘Mohawk’ is not acceptable. Hair
accessories other than plain navy are not permitted.

All students are expected to wear a school approved and initialled hat during lunch breaks and when required in the conduct of lessons at the school (outdoor Physical Education lessons) or for sporting, cultural or excursion events held off campus.
The following guidelines are provided for students and parents
  • Small sleepers and small studs only to be worn in ears and a limit of 2 per ear is set
  • Only one small/natural coloured nose stud may be worn - No other facial (no spikes, spacers or bars) or tongue piercings at all.
  • Watches may be worn
  • One signet/ small ring per hand and permanent bangles which are not loose fitting
  • Students wearing unsuitable jewellery will be advised to remove the items. Failure to comply with this instruction or persistent disregard for uniform policy will lead to lunch detentions. Failure to attend detentions may lead to after school detentions and/or suspension.
  • Students who wish to wear commonly accepted religious or cultural artefacts/jewellery which do not comply with the above guidelines may submit a written application through their parent/caregiver wear the said item.
Students are expected to purchase and use a P&C endorsed school bag with the school logo on the bag. Exceptions to be negotiated with the Principal.
Students must not wear any overt make-up unless approval has been granted for medical reasons. Only foundation make-up (skin tone) may be worn for sun protection. Nail polish, acrylic or gel nails, if worn, should be restricted only to a clear colour.
Students not complying with these guidelines will be required to remove the make-up/ nail polish/ acrylic or gel nails and parents will be notified.
Under Shirt
The only acceptable under shirt that may be worn is a white collarless T-shirt that may show at the neck only and no other part of the under shirt should be seen. The bottom of the shirt must be tucked in and sleeves should not extend below the sleeve of the uniform.
Winter Wear
The following additions have been included for the winter period
  • Scarf – school P&C approved scarves with the school logo are only permitted
  • Beanie – no beanies are permitted at any time
  • Gloves – students are able to wear plain navy blue (to match the uniform) gloves with no colours, insignias, logos, wording or symbols
  • Blankets – no blankets or similar are items are permitted (long sleeve polo shirt, tracksuit, jumper and blazer are available as part of the uniform)

Uniform Free Days
Generally, one day per term is set aside in the school calendar for a non uniform day as a fund-raiser for a charity or student council project. Students pay a gold coin donation for the privilege of wearing non uniform. It is expected that students will wear clothing appropriate for an educational environment, adhering to workplace health and safety requirements (enclosed footwear) and refraining from wearing revealing and/or offensive garments.

Girls: One-piece swimming costume or Sun-safe swimming two piece. Bikini’s are not acceptable swimwear. 
Boys: Speedos or football style short shorts with no pockets or Sun-safe swimming two piece. Underwear, including boxer shorts, or long shorts are not acceptable swimwear.
Jewellery is not to be worn in the swimming pool and must be removed or taped prior to swimming.
During Physical Education, Sporting and Dance Classes
  • Students are permitted to wear plain black leggings; tights; lycra type shorts
  • No noticeable colours, writing, major logos, stitching or panelling
  • Must be of suitable length
  • Students must be changed