It is our desire that our uniform inspires a commitment to quality and excellence and facilitates student pride in appearance, and engenders pride in a distinctive school community.

We believe that a strong culture of uniform quality and consistency supports a school environment that is calm, harmonious and focused on student learning. The uniform serves to establish the College’s expectations of students and students’ expectations of themselves. When dressed to a high standard, students’ choices reflect those high standards – expectations of excellence should therefore be woven into the quality, fabric, style and look of the College uniform.

The ƵƬ Uniform

The ƵƬ Uniform is a visible symbol of the College and a public declaration of our values, standards, and beliefs. The College is conservative in its approach to the Student Code of Appearance in order to reinforce an emphasis on the personal discipline of respect, a focus on student learning and ensuring students learn the importance of excellence in presentation.

The uniform is designed to create a sense of individual and collective pride in students and their identification with the College as a unique community.

Wearing the uniform correctly is an expectation for all students enrolled at the College. The school uniform draws attention to our College, and great care should be taken to ensure it is worn with pride and respect. When families and students choose to be part of the ƵƬ community, they choose to commit to our College expectations and standards.

The College expects students to be well groomed at all times when wearing the College uniform and great care should be taken of the uniform and it should be kept clean, neat and repaired and replaced as necessary.

K - 2 students are to wear the College’s PE Uniform year round. Year 3 - 10 students wear the formal College uniform on most days.

Full formal school uniform, inclusive of the College blazer is to be worn to and from school each day with the following exceptions:

• PE days only (not including sports training);

• Students involved in Year 8 - 10 Electives: Dance, Athletic Development; Animal Husbandry, and Outdoor Education.

Uniform Shop

All items of the College uniform, together with a range of ancillary wear, are obtainable through the College Uniform Shop.

Clothing prices, in general, are considerably lower than those of other commercial outlets. We do not sell or take second hand uniform at the shop. Parents often sell second hand uniforms on Facebook through the Parent page and other groups. Find the price list

The uniform shop is located next to K-6 administration.


MONDAY 8am-12.30pm

WEDNESDAY 12.30pm-4.30pm

FRIDAY 12.30pm-4.30pm

The uniform shop can be contacted directly on 03 61651539 or via email at dominic.uniforms@permapleat.com.au

How to register for an online appointment

  1. Click onto the online appointment button on the uniform shop page
  2. Click onto register now
  3. Fill in required fields
  4. A pin number will be emailed through to the parent

Making an appointment

  1. Click onto the new appointment tab – An online calendar with available dates blocked out in green will appear on screen
  2. Select highlighted date and time appointment is required
  3. Confirmation box will require students name (if parents have more than one child that needs an appointment a separate login will be required)

Appointment time will now be saved and can be deleted or modified at any time prior to appointment by the parent if needed.