Wearing of the school hat is compulsory – ‘No hat, no play’ will be in operation all year round. Hats are available from the School Office. All uniforms and personal belongings should be marked with the student’s name. A lost property box is located in the Year 6 classroom – please check this box if your child has lost an item.
Navy, maroon and white check dress with short sleeves; black lace-up shoes (no boots) and white ankle socks or brown sandals; St John’s school hat; navy, white or maroon ribbons.
Navy check tunic and white blouse (short or long sleeve); navy school tie; maroon school jumper; black lace-up shoes and white ankle socks or navy tights; white or maroon ribbons.
Navy polo tee shirt with school crest; St John’s navy taslon shorts/skort; white sports shoes with white ankle socks; navy school tracksuit with crest; white or maroon ribbons.
White shirt with crest; navy shorts; brown sandals or black lace-up school shoes (no boots) and plain navy school socks; St John’s school hat.
White shirt; navy trousers or shorts (optional); navy school tie; maroon school jumper; black lace-up shoes and navy socks (St John’s school socks with shorts).
Navy polo tee shirt with school crest; St John’s navy taslon shorts; white sports shoes with white ankle socks; navy school tracksuit with crest.
PRE-PRIMARY UNIFORM NOT COMPULSORY
Neat and tidy – hair below collar must be tied up; unconventional fashion trends are not encouraged. Parent cooperation is requested.
The colour of hair that God gave you.
Earrings in both ear lobes – studs or sleepers only; watch; only a chain with a cross/medal may be worn inside uniform; a signet ring may be worn.
No make up
There is a uniform shop on the school premises which is open to parents every Monday between 8.15 am to 9.00am. Second hand uniforms are also available. Back packs, bathers, rashies, scarves and hats can also be purchased from the uniform shop.
St John’s School, as part of the Catholic faith community, strives to provide a caring, compassionate and supportive environment, where each person is valued and encouraged to develop to his/her full potential.