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Friday, 30 June 2017 14:08

Issue 10 Uniform Store

  • Winter Uniform Term 3                                                                                    BACK
  • The Uniform store is not open this July school holidays

 

The Uniform store is not open this July school holidays

We will not be open during the July school holidays.

Normal trading hours will commence 19 July 8:30am – 10:00am and 1:30pm – 3:30pm

 

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform

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Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform - Girls and Boys
Navy/red/white stripe tracksuit (embroidered with the School Crest), red polo shirt with a striped collar and sleeve (embroidered with the School Crest), white with navy stripe school sports socks, navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots and white sneakers.

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Wet Weather Information
Wet weather uniform for Kindergarten to Year 1 students. We request that all ELC children purchase a navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots as part of the winter uniform. The aim is for our children to be outdoors engaging with the natural environment come rain or shine!

Years 3 to 6
Boys – Grey school shorts or trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, black knee high socks (required for shorts only), tartan tie, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan pleated skirt, short sleeved white over-blouse with the School Crest, tartan tie, black knee high socks or tights, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).

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Years 7 to 12
Boys – Grey trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan skirt, short sleeved white over-blouse with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), black opaque stockings, the School scarf (optional).

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Uniform Requirements

Pre Kindergarten
to Year 2

Years 3 to Year 6

Years 7 to Year 12

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Eearly Childhood
Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2
Uniform Price List 

Primary Years 3 to 6
Summer Uniform Price List

Primary Years 3 to 6 
Winter Uniform Price List 

Secondary Years 7 to 12
 Summer Uniform Price List

Secondary Years 7 to 12
Winter Uniform Price List 

 All credit cards purchases will incur a 1% surcharge.

Location

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The Uniform Store is located at the front of the School to the right of the Administration building, near the Chapel. It has wheelchair and pram friendly access. Parking is available for visitors behind the Berry Durston Indoor Sports Centre or across the road in the New Spring Church carpark in white marked bays.

Uniform Store: 9495 8129
Uniform Store Coordinator: Wendy Brinner
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Friday, 30 June 2017 11:09

Issue 10 Principal

  • A Terrific Term                                                                            BACK
  • Pirates! The Musical
  • Farewell Mr Crawcour
  • Other Staff News

A Terrific Term
This has been a terrific term for the School with so many highlights. Our students continue to participate enthusiastically in many and varied activities and do themselves proud. Charitable events such as the World's Greatest Shave, Australia's Biggest Morning Tea and the Year 5 Super Savers' fundraising for Save the Children are representative of our Giving Programme. The May Fair, sports carnivals, Encounter experiences including the Year 6 Canberra Trip and camps for Years 7, 8 and 12, hospitality events, Primary Discos and The Story Night In - and the list goes on - were successful occasions.

Thank you for your support of the School this term. I am very appreciative of the large number of families who are attending our community events such as the biennial May Fair and more recently, Australia's Biggest Morning Tea. Who would have thought that our first morning tea in the grounds would have attracted several hundred people! The children and staff were thrilled to have you join us. Thank you, too, to the parent volunteers who work in various capacities on the campus and of course our P&F which is planning other friend raising events in the coming months.

Pirates! The Musical
Congratulations to the cast, crew, support staff and Director Jenny Coles for their wonderful sell-out season of Pirates! The Musical performed this week in the Victoria Morgan Arts Centre. It was a lively, rollicking show with great costumes, set and musical score. The large cast sang with gusto, thoroughly enjoying every moment on stage. It was fitting that the final performance concluded with a standing ovation. Well done to all involved!

On the evening of Wednesday 21 June, I had the pleasure of seeing the cast perform an excerpt from Pirates! The Musical at the IPSHA Performing Arts Festival at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. This is a prestigious biennial event which showcases students from many Independent Primary Schools in WA. The variety of items made for an entertaining evening; however, the highlight for me was undoubtedly our cast of pirates who swaggered, strutted and sang their hearts out to a very appreciative audience.

It is widely recognised that participating in the Performing Arts positively impacts student confidence and self-esteem. One only had to see the happy faces of our pirates to confirm this. I urge you to encourage your children to participate in our Music and Drama programmes when opportunities arise.
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Farewell Mr Crawcour
Earlier this week we farewelled long serving Primary teacher Mr Glynn Crawcour who is retiring after 45 years in education, 18 ½ years at John Wollaston. Mr Crawcour has been a stalwart of the School, having taught hundreds of children in the Upper Primary years and more recently as a part time Music Specialist supporting Mrs Jenny Coles. In my address to secondary students at this week's Colours Assembly, I informed them of Mr Crawcour's departure and there was an audible expression of surprise and dismay. Suffice to say, Mr Crawcour will be missed. He has been a well-respected, dedicated teacher and loyal colleague. We congratulate him on a wonderful career and wish him a happy and healthy retirement.

Other Staff News
Today we have thanked and farewelled a number of staff. Mrs Fiona Faulkner (Education Assistant) and Miss Lauren McGregor (Primary Year 6) have completed short term contracts. Ms Mel Forslun commences 12 months maternity leave; Mrs Alison Diamond (Primary Year 4) leaves us for 12 months to live in Melbourne with her family; Mr Glyn Teape (Primary Year 6) and Miss Mel Fowler (Primary Physical Education) leave us to enjoy Long Service Leave, for Semester 2 and Term 3 respectively. We wish all staff a refreshing and enjoyable period of leave. Thank you also to Mrs Sharon Leitch who, in addition to her role as an Education Assistant to the Little Wollies, has filled in as Art Technician this term.

With good wishes for a happy holiday
Anne Ford

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Friday, 30 June 2017 11:09

Issue 10 Director of Administration

  • Sports and Special Photograph Orders                                                                     BACK
  • SEQTA Engage for Semester 1 Reports
  • SEQTA Access for Families Leaving 
  • Hale Day

Sports and Special Photograph Orders
Academy Photography has advised that photograph orders of any Sports and Special Photographs can now be taken. Examples of these photographs include the Semester 1 Primary Captains and Class Representatives, Secondary House Council and the Primary and Secondary Whole House photographs.

To order please go to academyphoto.com.au then enter the appropriate Shoot Key.

  • Primary – Shoot Key: B7WS9ESH
  • Secondary – Shoot Key: 3WYB4UUQ

Additional group and family photographs will be taken by Academy Photography on Thursday 17 August. Families will receive more information about this early in Term 3.

SEQTA Engage for Semester 1 Reports
All parents and guardians of Primary and Secondary students are reminded that the Semester 1 Student Reports will only be available via SEQTA Engage. Reports will not be posted to families. If you have not activated the link to access SEQTA Engage, sent to your registered email address, please do so as a matter of priority.

Once you have logged in for the first time there are a few important things to remember:

  • You must go to the John Wollaston Anglican Community School website home page. You cannot Google ‘Seqta Engage’ to find the John Wollaston link
  • Look for the blue Community Portal button at the top of the page. Click on this button.
  • Then click on Engage (orange) and enter your username and password. These are case sensitive.

SEQTA

  • Please remember your Username. If you cannot remember your Password, please enter your correct Username and click the ‘forgot my password’ link. A new email inviting you to join SEQTA Engage should then arrive at your email inbox.
  • Please note: SEQTA can be viewed more easily on an iPad or a computer; mobile phone viewing is extremely limited.


If you have not activated the link sent to you or experience any difficulties accessing SEQTA Engage, please contact Karen Ayres at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (08) 9495 8121.

SEQTA Access for Families Leaving 
For parents whose child is leaving the School at the end of Term 2, it is important that the Semester 1 report and any unit of inquiry feedback for Primary students, is accessed and printed by Wednesday 5 July 2017. Your access to SEQTA Engage will be disabled after this date due to the need to prepare school systems for Semester 2.

 

Hale Day

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Best wishes
Nick Tanner
Director of Administration

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Friday, 30 June 2017 11:09

Issue 10 Head of Primary

  • Buddy Bench                                                                                              BACK
  • SEQTA Engage for Semester 1 Reports
  • SEQTA Access for Families Leaving 
  • Sports and Special Photograph Orders
  • Pirates! The Musical
  • Primary Reports
  • Final Assembly

Buddy Bench
This term we have seen the Buddy Bench in use in the Primary Playground.

Sometimes children feel lonely or isolated at recess or lunchtime. If a child is feeling left out, can’t find someone to play with, or their best friend is away, they can simply sit on the bench. Another student will then see them sitting on the bench and invite them to come and play, or may simply just choose to sit and talk to them. We have seen lots of children this term going up to someone on the buddy bench and saying “Would you like to come and play with me?” This is all an important part of the way that we show we care for one another at John Wollaston.

A special thanks must go to Ashlee Shaw for bringing the idea to our attention and to Stephen Pullucino from the Grounds Department for building the bench.  
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SEQTA Engage for Semester 1 Reports
All parents and guardians of Primary and Secondary students are reminded that the Semester 1 Student Reports will only be available via SEQTA Engage. Reports will not be posted to families. If you have not activated the link to access SEQTA Engage, sent to your registered email address, please do so as a matter of priority.

Once you have logged in for the first time there are a few important things to remember:

  • You must go to the John Wollaston Anglican Community School website home page. You cannot Google ‘Seqta Engage’ to find the John Wollaston link
  • Look for the blue Community Portal button at the top of the page. Click on this button.
  • Then click on Engage (orange) and enter your username and password. These are case sensitive.

SEQTA

  • Please remember your Username. If you cannot remember your Password, please enter your correct Username and click the ‘forgot my password’ link. A new email inviting you to join SEQTA Engage should then arrive at your email inbox.
  • Please note: SEQTA can be viewed more easily on an iPad or a computer; mobile phone viewing is extremely limited.

If you have not activated the link sent to you or experience any difficulties accessing SEQTA Engage, please contact Karen Ayres at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (08) 9495 8121. 

SEQTA Access for Families Leaving 
Parents whose child is leaving John Wollaston at the conclusion of Term 2 are reminded to download all reports and feedback statements for your child from SEQTA before July 5 2017. You will lose your access to SEQTA after this time. 

Sports and Special Photograph Orders
Academy Photography has advised that photograph orders of any Sports and Special Photographs can now be taken. Examples of these photographs include the Semester 1 Primary Captains and Class Representatives, Secondary House Council and the Primary and Secondary Whole House photographs.

To order please go to academyphoto.com.au then enter the appropriate Shoot Key.

  • Primary – Shoot Key: B7WS9ESH
  • Secondary – Shoot Key: 3WYB4UUQ

Additional group and family photographs will be taken by Academy Photography on Thursday 17 August. Families will receive more information about this early in Term 3. 

Pirates! The Musical
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Primary Reports
As you are aware, our method of reporting has changed this year. These changes provide you with continuous and comprehensive information about your child’s academic and social development at John Wollaston. You receive detailed feedback every six weeks based on each International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme Unit of inquiry; so you have an update of your child’s progress six times per year. For the first time, this will include comments from the Specialist teachers at least once per year.

To complement this reporting regime, you will receive two comprehensive reports, one at the end of Semester One each year, and one at the end of the academic year. These reports will provide a summative assessment of your child’s progress in each subject area. The format for these reports proved a clear visual indicator of the level/grade for each subject. Grades are informed by the West Australian Curriculum Standards. The report will begin with a ‘Profile of the Learner’ general comment that will provide you with a personalised account of your child’s learning journey for the Semester. These are designed to include observations on character development, progress in English and Mathematics and the attributes of the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile.

Students who have an Individual Education Plan will not receive grades on their report but will receive detailed information about their performance in Mathematics and English. An updated version of the IEP will also be uploaded onto SEQTA Engage and will provide information on the students achievements.

Please arrange to meet with me should you have any further queries. I would particularly like your feedback on this new reporting system.

Final Assembly
Today was the Commissioning of the Semester 2 Captains and Merit Certificate Assembly and announcement of Semester 2 Class Representatives. Congratulations to all students who received a Merit Certificate.

Congratulations also to our Captains for Semester 2, 2017:.

Chapel:  Jemma Lewandowski

Environment: Esther Murray

Arts: Sophie White

Service: Mikayla Pfeiffer 

Sport: Madison Schokker

Sport:Jared Henderson

Hale: Christian Dube

Hale: Hannah Armstrong

Charter: Alex Fergurson

Charter: Dinali Pathinaike 

Scott:Rowan Smart

Scott:Ella Giovenco 

Ramsden: Kurtis Blissenden

Ramsden: Ella Jones 

 

Have a safe and happy holiday and I look forward to seeing you next term.
Mr Wayne Revitt

Head of Primary

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Friday, 30 June 2017 11:09

Issue 10 VET/Careers

  • Vocational Education - work placement                                                  BACK
  • National Science Week - Environmental Internship
  • Open Day UWA  - Sunday 13 August 2017
  • ECU Open Days July and August
  • Murdoch Open Day Sunday 30 July

Vocational Education - work placement
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National Science Week 2017 - Environmental Internship
During National Science Week 2017 there is an  Environmental Internship Opportunity for High School Students.
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Open Day UWA  - Sunday 13 August 2017

 http://www.openday.uwa.edu.au/

 

ECU Open Days July and August
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Joodalup Campus - Sunday 23 July 10:00am-3:00pm

Mount Lawley Campus and WAWPA - Sunday 13 August 10:00am-3:00pm

Click for more information

 

Murdoch Open Day Sunday 30 July

http://thinkmurdoch.com.au/open-day/

Murdoch Open Day Program

Best wishes
Susan Leach
VET/Careers Coordinator
Hospitality Coordinator

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Friday, 30 June 2017 11:02

Issue 10 Parents and Friends

  • Bogan Bingo Night Friday 28 July                                                                      BACK
  • Pirates! The Musical
  • P&F Meeting dates 2017    

Bogan Bingo Night Friday 28 July
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The John Wollaston Anglican Community School Parents and Friends Association presents a Bogan Bingo Night for parents. You can get together a table of eight or just bring a friend. There will be fantastic prizes, including restaurant and ice-cream vouchers and many more.
 
DATE: Friday 28 July 2017
 
TIMES:

7:15pm Doors open

8:15pm - 10:30pm Bingo

7:15pm till midnight DJ 

 
TICKETS: $25 
 
Dont miss out. Purchase your tickets on the link below, only four weeks to go!
 
BOOK HERE:
 
LOCATION:
Berry Durston Indoor Sports Centre (BDISC)
Pirates! The Musical
Thank you to Susanne Price, Fiona Caruso, Rebecca Baskerville, Natalie Smart and Sharon Leitch, our gorgeous P&F mermaids, for manning the kiosk before each show and the delightful Rebecca Macri, Shelley Bydder, Nicole Pfeiffer and Mandy Robinson for putting their hands up to help out.
 
I have been heavily involved with Primary School productions over the past three years and it is amazing to see the kids grow and develop each year. The cast did a fantastic job not just over the three performances but over the many months of rehearsals. Many thanks go to our school community families who help out and support their children in extra-curricular activities across the School. We couldn’t do it without you!
 

P&F Meeting dates 2017 Library Resource Centre (LRC) 7:00pm
Our next meeting is the first Thursday back next term, Thursday 20 July, 7:00pm in the Library Resource Centre.

  • Thursday 20 July 
  • Thursday 24 August 
  • Thursday 12 October 
  • Thursday 9 November 

If you have any questions or suggestions please make contact with the Parents and Friends Association via our email address, in person around the School or come along to one of our meetings in the Library Resource Centre. Everyone is welcome!

Regards
Sonja Reynolds
President Parents and Friends Association

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P&F Committee for 2017

President: Sonja Reynolds
Vice President: Mark Del Borrello 
Treasurer: Tricia Duggin
Secretary: Fiona Caruso

General Committee:
Sharon Leitch, Susanne Price, Natalie Smart, Rajesh Paul, Rebecca Baskerville, Chris Asphar, and Derek Heatherly.

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017 11:01

Issue 10 Community Relations

  • SEEDS Guest speakers at John Wollaston                                                                             BACK
  • Schoolstream APP
  • City to Surf - On your mark, get set, go!
  • City of Armadale news
  • Rowing WA news
  • Primary IPSHA Carnvial teams
 SEEDS Guest speakers at John Wollaston

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WHEN: Thursday 27 July 2017
TIME: 6:00pm to 7:30pm
WHERE : The Technology Centre
WHAT: Guest speakers Denver D’Cruz and Ciara King from Inclusion WA on the topic of ‘Social Role Valorisation’ and David Thomason, Club Development Officer at the City of Armadale.
COST: Free event and supper provided.

INVITATION

 

Schoolstream APP
Important Term 3 dates have started to appear on the App. Please keep checking closer to the start of Term 3. Remember you can always access the APP via your website as well as your mobile phone. Just bookmark this link:

 http://jwacs.myschoolstream.net/?style=embed

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City to Surf - On your mark, get set, go!
City to Surf for Activ 2017, Sunday 27 August. 
Registrations are now open for the Chevron City to Surf for Activ 2017, Sunday 27 August. Registered schools receive a 15% discount off fun run registration fees for students, staff and families so be sure to contact your City to Surf School Captain for your school’s team name and voucher code before registering online. Visit www.chevroncitytosurf.com.au for more information about the event, obtaining a code or volunteering.

We’re offering great cash prizes and celebrity visits for the largest school team, highest fundraisers and the best school spirit. The City to Surf was established by Activ to raise funds to help Western Australian’s living with disability so be sure to ‘go the distance’ by fundraising for Activ or for your own school or cause.

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City of Armadale news
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Rowing WA news
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Primary IPSHA Carnvial teams

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 The Year 6 students competed at the IPSHA Year 6 Co-ed Winter Carnival at John XXIII College on Thursday 22 June.

Best wishes
Community Relations

 

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Saturday, 17 June 2017 00:00

Academic Scholarships 2018

2018 Scholarships announced

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Friday, 16 June 2017 13:27

Issue 9 Community Relations

  • Pirates! The Musical tickets on sale                                                                  BACK
  • Secondary Sports Wrap
  • City of Gosnells News
  • Water Polo starts at Cockburn Water Polo
  • City of Armadale News

Pirates! The Musical
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Tickets for the Primary Performing Arts production Pirates! The Musical are now on sale through Trybooking.

  • Tuesday 27 June 2017         Opening Night 7:00pm (Please be seated by 6.45pm.)
  • Wednesday 28 June 2017   7:00pm (Please be seated by 6:45pm.)
  • Thursday 29 June 2017       7:00pm (Please be seated by 6:45pm.)

BOOK YOUR TICKETS THROUGH THIS LINK

Secondary Sports Wrap
Cross Country
Year 8 student Dylan Bailey competed in the All Schools Cross Country on Friday 19 May coming second in the Boys 13 Years category. Dylan qualified for the WA State Cross Country Team who will complete in Tasmania in August. His sister Emily (who will be joining us at JWACS next year) has also qualified for the team.

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Cross Country results 

Rowing
At the first All Schools Regatta for the season, the JWACS team looked really good out on the water in the school zooties. They had some really good wins and places for their races. Rhys and Regan were first in the Year 10 double scull. Bridget and Tiffany placed second in the Year 10 for the Double Scull. Bridget,Regan, Rhys, Tiffany and Zane (cox from Guildford) had a very good win in the combined Year 10 Quad Scull.

For more rowing news and fixtures CLICK HERE FOR THE ROWING WA NEWSLETTER


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City of Gosnells news
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Water Polo starts at Cockburn Water Polo
Are you a good swimmer? Looking for a great water sport? Cockburn Water Polo has started its first training and games last week in a brand new, word class facility, the Cockburn ARC. In the inaugural session, 22 players and two experienced international level coaches took part. With former Olympic players amongst their members, Cockburn Water Polo welcomes everybody who would like to improve their water polo skills, their fitness or just to have some fun. Get involved in water polo in the City of Cockburn and find out more, by visiting the Cockburn Water Polo website.

City of Armadale news
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Best wishes
Community Relations

 

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Friday, 16 June 2017 13:27

Issue 9 Uniform Store

  • Limited Trading Hours for June                                                 BACK
  • Winter Uniform Term 2 
  • Opening Hours

Limited Trading Hours for June
There will be some changes to the Uniform Store trading hours in June.

19 June 8:30am – 9:30am

21 June 2:30pm – 3:30pm

26 June 8:30am – 9:30am

28 June 2:30pm – 3:30pm

We will not be open during the school holidays.

Normal trading hours will commence 19 July 8:30am – 10:00am and 1:30pm – 3:30pm

 

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform

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Early Learning Centre (ELC) Kindergarten to Year 2 Winter Uniform - Girls and Boys
Navy/red/white stripe tracksuit (embroidered with the School Crest), red polo shirt with a striped collar and sleeve (embroidered with the School Crest), white with navy stripe school sports socks, navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots and white sneakers.

Early Learning Centre (ELC) Wet Weather Information
Wet weather uniform for Kindergarten to Year 1 students. We request that all ELC children purchase a navy rain jacket, waterproof pants and gum boots as part of the winter uniform. The aim is for our children to be outdoors engaging with the natural environment come rain or shine!

Years 3 to 6
Boys – Grey school shorts or trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, black knee high socks (required for shorts only), tartan tie, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan pleated skirt, short sleeved white over-blouse with the School Crest, tartan tie, black knee high socks or tights, jumper, school hat, the School scarf (optional).

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Years 7 to 12
Boys – Grey trousers, short sleeved white shirt with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), the School scarf (optional).
Girls – Tartan skirt, short sleeved white over-blouse with the School Crest, jumper (compulsory for Year 7), blazer (compulsory Years 8 to 12), tartan tie (Years 7 to 10), red tie (Year 11 and 12), black opaque stockings, the School scarf (optional).

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Uniform Requirements

Pre Kindergarten
to Year 2

Years 3 to Year 6

Years 7 to Year 12

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Eearly Childhood
Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2
Uniform Price List 

Primary Years 3 to 6
Summer Uniform Price List

Primary Years 3 to 6 
Winter Uniform Price List 

Secondary Years 7 to 12
 Summer Uniform Price List

Secondary Years 7 to 12
Winter Uniform Price List 

 All credit cards purchases will incur a 1% surcharge.

Location

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The Uniform Store is located at the front of the School to the right of the Administration building, near the Chapel. It has wheelchair and pram friendly access. Parking is available for visitors behind the Berry Durston Indoor Sports Centre or across the road in the New Spring Church carpark in white marked bays.

Uniform Store: 9495 8129
Uniform Store Coordinator: Wendy Brinner
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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