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St. Monica’s operates a Uniform Shop where items of the school uniform can be purchased. The Uniform Shop is open on Tuesday morning from 8.45am to 9.15am and on Thursday afternoon from 3.15pm to 3.45pm. It is expected that students attending St. Monica’s School wear the correct uniform at all times. Parents must clearly name all items of uniform to avoid loss.

Please see the following link for a copy of our 2020 Uniform Order Form & Price List:

pdf 2020 Uniform Order Form (137 KB)


 Boys - Summer

Grey Shorts (not cargo shorts).

Blue polo shirt with contrast collar.


Black school shoes


Boys - Winter

Grey Pants (not cargo pants).

Blue polo shirt with contrast collar or light blue skivvy.

School jumper or bomber jacket.

Grey socks.

Black school shoes.


Girls -Summer

Blue check school dress. Light blue socks.

Black school shoes.


Girls - Winter

Pleated pinafore or skirt or navy school pants.

Light blue polo shirt or skivvy.

School jumper or bomber jacket.

Navy tights or socks.

Black school shoes.


Sport Uniform

Royal blue school tracksuit with logo.

Light blue polo shirt with logo.

Navy sport shorts.

White sport socks.

Sport shoes.

In Year 6 students are able to purchase a Year 6 polo shirt with school logo, Year 6 teachers and student names on the back. This is only to be worn with their sports uniform.


Jewellery & Hair

Jewellery is not permitted as part of the school uniform. Hair should be tied back with ties in school colours. For safety reasons, flat metal hair slides should be worn in preference to plastic combs.


Art Smock

All children must have an art smock. The most appropriate smock is a waterproof garment with elastised or rib trim arm and neck openings, or an old shirt will suffice. All art smocks should be clearly named.


Lost Property

Please make sure all your child’s property is clearly marked with his/her name, especially school jumpers. All unnamed property is stored in a lost property box for parents and children to recover. Lost property is stored at school for a term only. At the end of the year unclaimed items will be sold through the uniform shop.


The Sandhurst Catholic Education Office and Schools acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which their Offices and Schools are built. We commit to working in partnership with Aboriginal people for reconciliation and justice.

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