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Current as of Friday 6 April 2018. 


Opening Hours 

Monday 12:30pm 3:30pm
Tuesday 8:00am 12:00noon
Thursday 8:00am 12:00noon
Friday 12:30pm 3:30pm
Thursday 26 April 2018 9:00am 3:00pm
Friday 27 April 2018 9:00am 3:00pm
Tuesday 1 May 2018 9:00am 12:00noon
 Wednesday 2 May 2018 8:00am 12:00noon  (First day of Term 2)


Tuesday 17 July 2018 10:00am 1:00pm
Wednesday 18 July 2018 8:00am: 12:00noon (First day of Term 3)
Thursday 4 October 2018 9:00am 3:00pm
Friday 5 October 2018 9:00am: 3:00pm
Monday 8 October 2018 9:00am 12:00noon
 Tuesday 9 October 2018 8:00am 12:00noon  (First day of Term 4)


Volunteers Wanted for 2018

Can you spare a few hours each week or month? We would like to hear from any parent willing to volunteer some time to the school by assisting in the Uniform Shop. This would involve helping in all aspects of the operation of the shop during open hours, approximately 4 hours a week.

If any parent is interested in helping, please contact Mrs Jan Burbidge either at the Uniform Shop or via the School Office on (08) 9537 0000.




Blazers are a compulsory item of the winter uniform for all students from Years 7 to 12.


Dry Cleaning your Blazer 

The first rule is that blazers should never be home-laundered. Treat your blazer like any suiting jacket – which is dry clean only. Just like a suit, blazers have high quality fabric (containing wool) together with fusing and lining which must be professionally cleaned. A quality dry cleaner should be used where possible.

The above said, there are some dry cleaners that do not always dry clean in accordance with garment specifications. The primary complaint about dry cleaning is over-heating. When a blazer is over-heated, the fusing (used to make collars and the lapel maintain shape) will come away from the fabric and result in bubbles, a wave pattern or bulging. An experienced dry cleaner will know this and can prevent this from happening.

Frederick Irwin’s blazer manufacturer recommends using a larger-scale dry cleaner rather than small shopping centre-based dry cleaners. Larger volume dry cleaners tend to be more professional and have experience with special garments. If you are in any doubt, do not be afraid to ask questions about the dry cleaner’s practices and knowledge.

Sound dry cleaning practices will ensure your blazer will last longer.


Winter Uniforms – Terms 2 and 3

After the April school holidays your child/ren will be required to be in full winter uniform.  If your student/s requires any of the items below, the new winter stock will be available to purchase from mid-March; so please visit the Uniform Shop as soon as possible.


Kindergarten to Year 2

  • Warm Nylon Fleece tops (compulsory)
  • Warm Nylon Fleece track-pants (compulsory)


All current Year 3 – Year 12 students will require full Winter formal uniform:


  • Jumper
  • Kilt
  • Shirt
  • Tie
  • Primary – thick black cotton stockings or knee high white socks
  • Secondary – Years 7 to 12: 70 denier stockings (Black)
  • Blazer – Years 7 to 12 (compulsory)
  • Polar fleece jackets/vest (optional) to be worn with sportswear ONLY



  • School jumper
  • Shirt
  • Tie
  • Primary – Winter shorts to be worn with knee high school socks and/or elastic back double-knee trousers to be worn with short school socks
  • Secondary – Years 7 to 12: trousers with belt
  • Blazer – Years 7 to 12 (compulsory)


Sports Uniform

Students from Years 3 and 4 will also need a track top/jacket with track pants (compulsory)

Students from Year 5+ will also need a track top/jacket (compulsory). Track pants are optional


All Year 5+ students have the option of wearing: green raincoat


How to Tie a Tie


Sport Shoes




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