The school requires that all students wear their school uniform.  Clothing with slogans or printed designs; beach wear, including singlet tops, is unacceptable.  Jewellery and make-up are not encouraged for Occupational Health and Safety reasons.  Sensible footwear must be worn.  Thongs and Ugg boots are not acceptable.

Our School Association strongly supports the wearing of school uniforms.  Purchasing a uniform is cheaper than the other alternatives and removes the worry of choosing what to wear each day.  Students who wear their uniform show that they take pride in themselves, their school and community.

School uniforms can be purchased from the school office.  Second hand uniforms are available from the Op Shop, located in Circassian Street next to the IGA supermarket carpark.


  • Navy blue knitted V-neck jumper with logo;
  • Navy blue soft shell jacket;
  • School hoodie with logo;
  • Blue long and short sleeve polo tops with school logo; 
  • Trousers, track pants or shorts - grey, black or navy;(not sold at school)
  • Reversible bucket hat (Kinder-6)
  • School cap (Grade 7 and above)
  • Backpack;
  • School dress/skirt/skorts.


K-2:  There is no need for a change of clothing.  Please wear appropriate footwear on the day.

Grades 3-10:  All students require a suitable change of clothes for Physical Education lessons.  A change of footwear is strongly advised.  Please think of others who have to work close to you after physical activity.

A hat will also be required for outside activities.  'Sunsafe' school hats with logos are provided for students when they start Kindergarten. They are expected to keep these with them during their primary school years. These bucket hats are reversible and include the colour of the student’s sports house. They can also be purchased from the school office. Students in Grade 7 and above are encouraged to wear a school cap.