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A Grade 7 orientation camp will be held in Term, usually in March.  Grade 10 Peer Support Leaders attend the Grade 7 camp to assist in the induction of Grade 7s into the school.  We strongly encourage all students to attend.

A range of outdoor recreational and personal development courses is offered to other grades throughout the year in Team Time and through optional half-year courses.

Collage of Grade 7 camp images


PEER SUPPORT is a program based on the principle that, at every level and in every age group in society, people absorb information and values from each other. The program aims to develop communication, self-esteem and leadership skills in secondary students, through small caring Peer Support groups.   These groups provide a safe and friendly environment where all participants have the opportunity to experience success in group work.

Positive peer influence is introduced into our school community by training senior students to act as group leaders to a small group of Grade 7 students. The program provides senior students with an opportunity to accept responsibility within our school and educates our Grade 7 students so that they are more able to resist negative peer pressure and to care for each other.

Peer Support Leaders make their first contact with the Grade 6 students on Orientation Day which this year will be on Wednesday 29 November 2017.   During Term 1 Grade 7 students participate in Peer Support sessions during Team Time and Peer Support Leaders conduct sessions and visit during Home Group periods. Grade 10 Peer Support Leaders attend the Grade 7 camp to assist in the induction of Grade 7s into the school.

While it is not mandatory, many of our Peer Support Leaders maintain close ties with our Grade 7 students, by organising and supervising activities for them during the remainder of the year.


  1. Financial Assistance: Information about all forms of government assistance for students is available from our Admin Team.  Applications for assistance are usually completed by the end of November.
  2. Attendance and Punctuality: Schools are required by law to keep an accurate record of attendance.   When a student is absent or late, our school office may be contacted by telephone, fax, email or a note sent when the student returns to school.
    Riverside High has introduced an SMS messaging system to alert parents/carers of unexplained absences.  After morning attendance has been entered, an SMS message will be sent for that particular day, and a reply message with an explanation would be appreciated.  This enables us to keep accurate records and means that we can target those who are chronically absent rather than those whose absence is explained by illness, other learning activity or the like.  If you have changed your mobile phone number or know that we do not have a record of your mobile phone number, we would appreciate a contact to inform us.
    Absenteeism, including continued lateness, has a serious effect on learning, so further contact will be made when our school has a concern about a student’s attendance.
  3. Lunch passes: Students are not permitted to leave our school grounds during the school day.   If a student wishes to go home for lunch to their own home, a letter requesting this should be written by the parent/carer to the Assistant Principal who will issue permission.
    The student must then sign the leave book at lunch time - both when leaving our school and on return.
  4. Care of property: All personal items should be clearly labelled.  Students are issued with a locker and a combination lock.   Students should not leave possessions, including lunch and money, in school bags.
     Students are not permitted to bring valuable personal items to school.   Where it is unavoidable, such items can be left with a teacher or at our Office.
     Our school does not accept liability for the theft of items when it has been made clear to students that such items should not be brought to school.  
  5. Health: It is a parental responsibility to ensure that our school is fully informed of all health matters which affect a student’s safety, behaviour and/or performance.  Such information will be treated with the utmost confidentiality, although with some conditions such as epilepsy or diabetes, it is important that all staff are informed.

First Aid

From 8:30am until 3:10pm, if students feel ill or are injured, we have designated staff members available to assist with First Aid.       Students are reminded that if they are feeling unwell they are not to call their parents/carers on their mobile phones, but are to go to our First Aid room for an assessment.

If students need to be sent home, one of these staff members will notify parents/carers, so it is essential that current phone numbers are updated with our office if you move home or work.

We can cater for most minor injuries and ailments, but please note that Panadol can only be administered if specifically requested by parents/carers.  If a student is required to take antibiotics at school, a note from parents/carers is required, this medication is to be held in our First Aid Room.

Parents/carers of students who have unusual medical conditions should take the time to notify our First Aid staff of all emergency procedures.

An image of all the students that participated in the first aid course


Additional Education programs endeavour to equip students with the skills necessary to develop independence in learning and to achieve individual potential.   This is achieved by supporting students who need assistance beyond that offered by mainstream subject programs.    Our program focuses on Grades 7 and 8 and continues into Grade 9 and 10 depending on student needs.


Additional Education Programs aim to:

  • Develop self-esteem in students so that they may function confidently in the regular classroom situation and fulfil their potential as learners
  • Equip students with literacy/numeracy and organisational skills
  • Develop in students the skills necessary to make independent judgments about, and assume responsibility for, individual learning
  • Help teachers to modify programs to enable students to participate fully


Programs include:

  • Shine Program – a 7-10 week program for girls that focuses on self- esteem and self-worth.
  • Blokes Program – a 7-10 week program for boys that focuses on a range of topics aimed at building positive relationships.
  • Drumbeat – a 7-10 week program that aims to build student resilience and social skills through the use of rhythm.
  • Bubbles – a childcare program suitable for students in Grade 8-10



Students are selected for involvement in the Additional Education program as a result of any combination of:

  • Specific literacy/numeracy testing and assessment
  • Teacher recommendation
  • Student request for assistance
  • Parent request



Social Workers employed by the Department of Education offer a confidential support service to students, families and teachers.

Who are School Social Workers?

School Social Workers are qualified Social Workers who work with children, adolescents, parents/carers and school staff within a school community.

What do Social Workers do?

The aim of School Social Work is to act to optimise educational opportunities for all young people and to identify and address barriers to these opportunities. School Social Workers accept the values and direction of the DOE, ie. Equal Access, Equal Opportunity, Gender Equity, and aim to assist schools in the provision of appropriate programs sensitive to the needs of disadvantaged students. Social Workers draw on the values of the Professional Code of Ethics of the Australian Association of Social Workers (1994).

Statutory Duties:

  • Investigating and supporting families and students around attendance issues.
  • Supporting Exemption and Distance Education applications where appropriate.
  • Investigation and reporting of paid employment of children under the age of fourteen years.
  • Liaise with Child Protection and Tas Police when dealing with safety and legal issues.

Administrative Tasks:

  • Procurement of financial assistance for school uniforms, shoes, books, school excursions and camps, and assistance with applications for Centrelink Allowances.
  • Letters and reports to parents and other agencies.
  • Reports and follow-up concerning referrals from school or Department officers.
  • Maintenance of records and statistics.
  • Preparation of reports regarding students referred to the Distance Education, Special Education facilities or other Department placement initiatives.

Professional Tasks

  • Home-school liaison.
  • Support and advocacy for students, parents, school staff and principals.
  • Personal counselling and/or group work.
  • Liaison with other agencies (government and non-government) and community groups.
  • Mediation between home, school and/or other agencies.
  • Referral of students and parents to other agencies.
  • Information and resource person for students, teachers, principals and other agencies.
  • Consultation with Departmental officers.
  • Professional Development.
  • Social Workers give assistance and support to students in schools and colleges, parent/carers, school personnel and others within the DOE.
  • Social Workers are also able to provide information and give advice to schools and other community groups concerning the needs of children and how best to help them.

How Do Social Workers Work?

Social Workers may work directly with students, as well as indirectly, through parent/carers, teachers and other health and education professionals.

Social Workers do this by:

  • Working with students who have difficulties with:
  • coping with their peers, parent/carers, teachers, communicating with people;
  • taking responsibility for their behaviour, for example, controlling their temper, stealing, withdrawing;
  • adjusting to issues which arise for them, for example, grief, stress, pregnancy, conflict, school refusal, parents’ separation/divorce;
  • coping with their emotions;
  • Referral to specialists in each of these areas is initiated when found necessary

Working with parent/carers regarding;

  • understanding their children
  • seeking solutions to their difficulties
  • parenting programs
  • counselling and consultation

Working with teachers and schools by being involved in:

  • the management and support of students with the difficulties outlined above
  • policy making such as discipline, pastoral care, health policies
  • inservice training of teachers
  • teacher consultation, programs and counselling
  • providing vocational guidance advice
  • programs, for example:
Peer support  Social skills 
Self esteem  Supportive school environment 
Stress management  Anger management 
Assertiveness Effective communication 
Conflict resolution  Mediation

Liaising and advocating on behalf of schools, parent/carers and students with other agencies, doctors, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, school psychologists, special education teachers, MARSSS program personnel, other support staff.

Assisting parents and teachers in making decisions about the education of students with special needs, appropriate class placements and alternative programs.

Who Can Refer?

Social Workers accept referrals from:

  • Teachers
  • Parents/Carers
  • Health and Education Professionals
  • Students themselves
  • Practitioners from other agencies

Support staff have a busy case load therefore not all students who are referred can be seen immediately.  However, Social Workers assess the urgency of new referrals and adjust their care accordingly in negotiations with Principal and other support staff.

If you have an urgent referral you should talk to our School Principal.

Riverside High School has a Social Worker based at our school three days per week.   Parent/carers and students are welcome to contact our Social Worker on ( 6327 6333 to discuss any matters of concern.



Who are School Psychologists?

School Psychologists are registered Psychologists with The Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency.   They work with children and adolescents within a school community.

What do School Psychologists do?

School Psychologists support the development of students by providing a psychological service to the school community.   This Service includes:

  • Student assessment (educational, behavioural, social, emotional and cognitive)
  • Special educational and behavioural management programs
  • Parent consultation
  • Teacher consultation and programs
  • Student programs and personal counselling
  • Critical incident management
  • Policy planning and development


How do they do this?

By working directly with students in need, or indirectly with others, for example, teachers, parent/carers, peers, health and educational professionals.


Who can refer?

School Psychologists accept referrals from:

  • Teachers
  • Parents/Carers
  • Health and Education professionals
  • Students themselves


How to contact School Psychologists

Each officer has a ‘base school’ and other schools, and can be contacted at the following locations:

At Riverside High School         Telephone:   6327 6333



This program aims to support schools to create a physical and social environment that promotes health and wellbeing, and assists to improve the health and education outcomes for young people.


Who are School Health Nurses?

School Health Nurses are trained health professionals.


What do School Health Nurse’s do?

School Nurses provide students with an easily accessible point of contact for health care and will subsequently address a wide range of health related issues. This includes:

  • Promotion of good health and wellbeing;
  • Sexual health and relationships;
  • Addictions and risk behaviours;
  • Body image, physical activity and nutrition
  • General hygiene
  • Mental health and resilience


How do they do this?

  • By working directly with students in need, or indirectly with others, for example, teachers, parent/carers, peers, health and educational professionals.


Who can refer?

School Health Nurse’s accept referrals from:

  • Teachers
  • Parents/Carers
  • Health and Education professionals
  • Students themselves


How to contact the School Health Nurse

Our Nurse works at Riverside High School two days each week, and can be contacted through the school office.



All buses arrive and depart the bus turning circle between ‘B’ block and the Administration Building.   All new students are shown the location of the bus stop they require.


  • All students should exit our school via Brownfield Lane or the footpath near the Primary School.
  • West Tamar Highway - students are required to use the underpass provided and should NOT cross this road at any other point.
  • Due to the volume and speed of traffic on the highway, all other crossings should be at traffic light control points, near either the shopping centre or Ecclestone Road.


Bicycles must be placed in the bike racks, which are out of bounds to all students during the school day.  Bikes must be walked into the school grounds from the highway.   On departure, bikes must be walked to the highway.


Helmets must be worn at all times as required by law.

Failure to comply with these requirements will result in withdrawal of permission to bring bikes to school.  Skateboards, scooters etc may not be used at school unless they are included in a specific Health and wellbeing program.


Parent/Carer Cars

Parent/Carers are advised that for reasons of safety they should use Brownfield Lane and its adjoining car parks for delivery and collection of students.

There are two car parks available - one at the northern side opposite the bus turning circle and another in front of our Gym and Hall.

If students are being dropped off on West Tamar Road, parents are asked to do this near the bus stop on the Southern side of Brownfield Lane.   This will alleviate congestion at our school’s entrance.




  • accept that the driver is in charge and obey his or her instructions
  • if directed by the driver, occupy a particular seat
  • sit properly on the seat
  • respect bus property and the property of others by not marking or damaging it
  • remove bag from back before entering and exiting the bus
  • place bag/s under the seat or in the storage areas provided
  • board and leave the bus in an orderly manner
  • behave safely at all times
  • show green card or ticket to the driver on boarding where required


  • physically or verbally harass other passengers or the driver
  • distract the driver from his or her duties
  • create unnecessary noise
  • move about while the bus is in motion
  • extend any part of my body out of the windows
  • throw any objects either inside or out of the bus
  • smoke while on the bus
  • eat or drink while on the bus without the permission of the driver
  • carry illegal, oversize and/or dangerous objects
  • obstruct the aisle, door or emergency exits
  • alter, deface, misuse or fraudulently obtain a bus pass
  • give, lend or transfer my bus pass or ticket to another student
  • stand on, or put my feet on the seat




6336 5888  OR Bus Timetable Hotline – 132201


6383 1221


6336 1444



All buses arrive and depart from the bus turning circle.   Stops are numbered starting with Stop No 1 which is nearest to Brownfield Lane (near brown rubbish bin).

Regularly updated information on: (then look in School Routes, Launceston tab, Riverside High School) - this is a user friendly website.


Route 273

7:48 am

Depart Stop H York St via York St, Margaret St, Paterson St – Trevallyn Rd – Gorge Rd Turn at Roundabout into Bald Hill Rd, Veulalee Ave, Pitt Ave, Reatta Rd, Coulter St, New World Ave to Reatta Rd Terminus then turn into Reatta Rd – Pitt Ave – Pomona Rd – West Tamar Hwy to Riverside High School.


Route 271

7:45 am

Depot, via Connaught Cres, Brougham St, Basin Rd, Granville St, Vaux St, Cambridge St to old West Lton terminus, then return down Cambridge St to Outram St, Salisbury Cres straight through to Granville St, then Basin Rd, Brougham St, Hillside Cres straight through to Frederick St, then Margaret St, York St and West Tamar Rd to Riverside High School

Route 283


Route 283 (currently leaves Brougham Street at approx. 8:20am) will now leave directly from West Launceston Primary School and WILL NOT COLLECT passengers until Frederick Street.

·       Route 283 will drop off West Launceston PS students at Basin Rd, and pick up Grammar and Sacred Heart students ONLY.

·       The last pick up stop in West Launceston for Riverside High students wishing to catch Route 283 will be at the stop Opposite No.19 Granville St (between Salisbury Cres & Brougham St).

·       The next stop after Opposite No.19 Granville St where Riverside High students will be able to board the Route 283 is at the stop Opposite No.75 Frederick St.

Students who normally catch a bus from Brougham Street or Hillside Crescent will need to catch the 271 bus that leaves Brougham Street at approximately 8:00am.

Route 275

8:15 am

Departs Delungra Rd Terminus at 8:15am into Delungra Rd, Anderson Rd, Fairthorne Rd, Fulford St, Gorge Rd at Roundabout into Bald Hill Rd, Veulalee Ave, Pitt Ave, Pomona Rd, West Tamar Rd to Riverside High School.


Route 281

8:30 am

Departs from Stop H (Allgoods), York St, West Tamar Rd to Riverside High School.








(near brown rubbish  bin)

Route 280

3:15 pm

Riverside High School via West Tamar Hwy then into Margaret St, Frederick St, Hillside Cres, Brougham St, then into Basin Rd, Granville St then via Granville St, Salisbury Cres, Ashleigh Ave at roundabout into Vaux St then Cambridge St to West Lton terminus, Cambridge St, Peel St, Stanley St, Lavender Gr, Hardwicke St, Peel St, Willow Lane, Mount Leslie Rd into grounds of St Patricks College


(near brown rubbish bin)

Route 278

3:25 pm

Riverside High School, West Tamar Rd, Margaret St, Frederick St, Hillside Cres, Brougham St, Basin Rd, to old Basin Rd Terminus in Granville St, then Brougham St into Connaught Cres then Howick St to Depot.




Route 270

3:15 pm

Riverside High School, West Tamar Rd, to Brisbane St to Launceston College Stop, then Target Stop, Brisbane St.



(topside near highway)

Route 274

3:20 pm

Riverside High School, West Tamar Rd, Pomona Rd, Pitt Ave, Veulalee Ave, Bald Hill Rd, Gorge Rd at the roundabout into Trevallyn Rd – Paterson St, Wellington St, Elizabeth St, St John St.



(near red brick substation)

Route 272

3:30 pm

Riverside High School, West Tamar Rd, Forest Rd, West Tamar Rd,  into Pomona Rd, Pitt Ave, Reatta Rd, Coulter St, New World Ave, Reatta Rd, Veulalee Ave, Bald Hill Rd at Roundabout into Gorge Rd – Trevallyn Rd – Paterson St then Margaret St, Brisbane St to Launceston College stop then to Target stop.


(near B Block side)

Route 276

3:15 pm

Route 276 from Riverside High, West Tamar Hwy, Pomona Rd, Pitt Ave, Veulalee Ave, Bald Hill Rd, Gorge Rd, Fulford St, Fairthorne Rd, Denman, Rd, Dandenong Rd, Delungra Rd, Anderson Rd, Fairthorne Rd, Gorge Rd, Trevallyn Rd.


(near B Block side)


3:25 pm

Manion’s bus;  Bridgenorth, Grindelwald

STOP 7(near Office Admin)


3:25 pm

Manion’s bus;  Legana

Brendan Manion’s Coaches Pty Ltd:

Regularly updated information on:



MORNING SERVICE:  Servicing Legana through to all schools in Riverside,

Enter Bindaree Road 8:00am travel via Bindaree Road, Jetty Road, Beach Road 8:05am and Freshwater Point Road, Bindaree Road to St Clair Road 8:10am Wongarra Avenue, Alawoona Street, Bullman Drive 8:13am, Fulton Street and onto the West Tamar Highway to all schools in Riverside outside Launceston Christian School calling into St Anthony’s, outside Riverside High School and down Cleghorn Ave to Riverside Primary School.

AFTERNOON SERVICE:  Riverside High School 3:20pm to Legana and travels via West Tamar Highway to Legana turns right into Fulton Street then travels via Bullman Drive, Alawoona Street, Wongarra Avenue, Myall Street, St Clair Road, Bindaree Road, Jetty Road, Beach Road, Nobelius Drive 3:40pm, Freshwater Point Road.



MORNING SERVICE:  Servicing Riverside Schools only and is the major Primary School bus.

Departs West Tamar Highway (just north and opposite Tamar Island Wetlands) 8:05am, 617 West Tamar Highway (opposite Scott’s Motorcycles) 8:10am, Bindaree Road 8:12am travel via Jetty Road, Beach Road 8:17am, all of Nobelius Drive, Freshwater Point Road to Legana Shopping Centre 8:30am to Riverside schools, into St Anthony’s outside Riverside High School and Riverside Primary School grounds.



AFTERNOON SERVICE:  Servicing Riverside High, Launceston Christian School

Launceston 3:05pm to Riverside High turning circle 3:25pm Launceston Christian School opposite the school on western side of West Tamar Highway and then travels via Danbury Park Drive, West Tamar Highway, turning into Fulton Street from the West Tamar Highway and then travels Bullman Drive, Freshwater Point Road, Legana Shopping Centre 3:35pm, West Tamar Highway, Atkinsons Road, Waldhorn Drive Grindelwald to West Tamar Highway onto Exeter.



AFTERNOON SERVICE:  Servicing  Riverside High to Legana

Riverside High 3:20pm to Legana

This services West Tamar Highway to Bindaree Road 3:30pm and then travels Bindaree Road, Jetty Road, Beach Road, Nobelius Drive, Freshwater Point Road and terminates at Legana Shopping Centre 3:50pm



MORNING SERVICE:  Servicing ALL Riverside Schools (dropping only on West Tamar Road), Launceston College and terminating at 168 Brisbane Street, Launceston.

Departs Grindelwald Resort 7.55am, Bindaree Road 8:05am via Jetty Road, Beach Road, Freshwater Point Road and Legana Shopping Centre 8:25am and onto West Tamar Highway, dropping off on the main road only at Riverside schools continuing to Brisbane Street 8:44am and terminating at 8:45am at 168 Brisbane St.


MORNING SERVICE:  Services all Riverside Schools from Grindelwald, Kavala Avenue & Acropolis Drive

Departs cnr of Alpine Crescent and Waldhorn Drive Grindelwald at 7:55am travel via Alpine Crescent and Atkinsons Road onto West Tamar Highway. The vehicle travels south on West Tamar Highway and turns West on Bridgenorth Road as far as Kavala Street turns south on Kavala Street to Acropolis Drive turns east on Acropolis Drive to West Tamar Highway to outside Launceston Christian School, St Anthony’s Primary School, outside Riverside High School and Cleghorn Avenue for Riverside Primary School.  (This is the only bus that services Grindelwald, Kavala Street and Acropolis Drive for students travelling to schools in Riverside).

AFTERNOON SERVICE:  Services all Riverside Schools to Acropolis Drive, Kavala St & Grindelwald

Departs Riverside High 3:20pm, via West Tamar Highway to Acropolis Drive.  The vehicle then turns north from Acropolis Drive onto Kavala Street, East onto Bridgenorth Road and then travels North on West Tamar Highway to Grindelwald via Atkinsons Road and the whole of Alpine Crescent, the service ceases at corner of Alpine Crescent and Waldhorn Drive at approx. 4:05pm.  (This bus services Acropolis Drive, Kavala Street, Atkinsons Road and Grindelwald only (does not pickup or drop off in Legana)



8:10 am Via Stephensdale Drive, Rowsphorn Road, Ecclestone Road, Cormiston Road to Riverside High School
3:15 pm From Riverside High School, via Stephensdale Drive, Rowsphorn Road to end of Ecclestone Road


  1. Students are required to wear complete school uniform at school, between home and school, and on special occasions when activities are held outside our school.
  2. Uniform is supported for a number of reasons.  Two of the most important reasons are:
      • Student Safety – It is essential that all our teachers can recognise intruders quickly. This can only occur if all students are in uniform.
      • Student Welfare – A uniform reduces the pressure on parents and students about current fashions and expensive clothing.

    Students who are out of uniform or who wear non-school outer garments will remain in the quadrangle at recess and lunchtime so that duty staff in other areas can quickly recognise intruders.

  3. Every item of clothing should be clearly and permanently marked.
  4. The wearing of excessive amounts of jewellery with our school uniform is considered inappropriate.  One small piece of each type is adequate.  As part of our school’s Health & Safety Policy, nose/eyebrow rings should be covered or be completely flat.  Although not considered part of school uniform, skin care products may be worn if necessary and appropriate.  Coloured nail polish is inappropriate with school uniform and should not be worn.
  5. Safety Regulations:  in the interest of all children in all schools, the Department has stated the need for students participating in practical lessons, where machines or moving equipment is present, to wear suitable protective hair covering in the form of an approved type of hair net or cap.
  6. Substantial shoes and socks/stockings are deemed to be necessary protection against falling equipment.   Open thongs, roman sandals, ballet shoes, canvas shoes or shoes without socks, etc do not meet this requirement.
    A complete change of clothing is required for Health and wellbeing and sport.
  7. New uniforms are available at our parent-run uniform shop.   The facility operates during Book Sales week and once per week on Thursday mornings.




Winter Uniform





RHS tartan



Navy, with school gold logo






All black – substantial schools shoes


Spray Jacket

RHS design and school colours




Summer Uniform


RHS check




Sports Uniform



For HPE Lessons


Full change of appropriate clothes – trackpants/shorts, t-shirt, jumper, sandshoes and socks.  School sports uniform can be worn.

For Sports Teams

Polo Shirt

Navy with RHS logo


Rugby Top

RHS design and school colours


Track Pants







Sandshoes or sport specific footwear


Spray Jacket

RHS design and school colours




Summer & Winter


Grey school trousers



Grey school shorts






Optional – RHS school tie



All black – substantial school shoes






Navy with school gold logo


Spray Jacket

RHS design and school colours

Sports Uniform



For HPE Lessons


Full change of appropriate clothes – trackpants/shorts, t-shirt, jumper, sandshoes and socks.  School sports uniform can be worn.

For Sports Teams

Polo Shirt

Navy with RHS logo


Rugby Top

RHS design and school colours


Track Pants







Football – 1sts Adelaide Crows, all other teams Maroon



Sandshoes or sport specific footwear


Spray Jacket

RHS design and school colours

Please Note:

Full uniform expectations are in our School Planner.  This outlines clear expectations in relation to uniform items, jewellery, makeup and piercings etc.

Collage of students wearing the school uniform


Riverside High Uniform Shop stocks new uniforms and is able to supply a full range of uniform requirements at discount prices.

The shop will open every Thursday between 8:15am and 12:15pm.  To make things easier, we offer you the chance to come in and lay-by the items your child requires, with payment due upon collection.

During Book Sales week the Uniform Shop will be open daily from 8:00am to 2:00pm.  Please note Eftpos facilities are now available and Cash payments ONLY.  (Cheques will not be accepted)

For any enquiries please contact Sue Purell (6396 6026 / 0438 302 810) or Wendy Stingel (0417 263 227) (Uniform Shop Coordinators) or Email:


PRICE LIST FOR 2017 (all prices include GST)




Girls’ Summer Dress







10 - 12



14 - 16






20 – 24


Girls Winter Skirts

4 - 6



8 - 10



12 - 14



16 – 18



20 – 22


Girls’ Winter Long Sleeve Blouses

10 – 18



20 – 24


Ankle Socks - Navy (3pair pkt)

2-8, 7-11


Stockings (1 pair)

S, M, Tall, X-Tall


Fleece Lined Stockings (1 pair)



Tartan ties



Boys’ shirts - short sleeves

10 - 14



16 – 20



22 - 30


Boys’ Cargo Shorts

10 - 16



S, M, L


Boys’ Winter Cargo Trousers

10 – 16





Grey Socks (3 pair pack)

2-8, 7-11


Prefect Long Grey Socks (1 pair)



Striped tie



Jumpers (Wool)

8 – 16



18 – 22



24 – 26


Sports Uniform



Rugby Tops

10 - 24


Spray Jackets

10–14, XS-2XL


Sports Polo

10-16, S-2XL