All items of the St John’s College uniform are available from the College Uniform Shop, which is located downstairs in the Colin Centre (Sports Complex) at the College. Parents can purchase the Woodlawn uniform directly from the Uniform Shop which is open during the school term at the following times:
Uniforms can be viewed and ordered via the following link. Uniforms ordered online will be prepackaged and available for collection from the shop or Student Services Office.
The Uniform shop will be closed from Thursday, 16 November 2023 until Saturday, 20 January 2024 due to the Colin Centre undergoing repairs. During this time there will be NO ONLINE orders taken.
Extended Hours for November:
Wednesday, 8 November 9.00am - 2:00pm
Monday, 13 November 9:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday, 15 November 9:00am - 3:00pm
Extended Opening Hours:
Saturday, 20 January to Wednesday, 31 January 2024
8.30am – 2.00pm (Excluding Australia Day)
Please click here to view the calendar.
Book a fitting: www.sjcwuniformshop.com.au/bts-appointments
Second Hand Uniform Shop Opening Hours:
Time: 11.00am - 2.00pm
When: Every Wednesday
Where: Colin Centre
Please click on the links above to place an order or to make a booking. We encourage parents/guardians to make appointments for fittings due to time constraints.
Uniform Shop Convenor
0407 739 237
Right: All students have the right to share in the good name and proud tradition associated with St John’s College Woodlawn and its uniform.
Responsibility: Students have the responsibility to wear the correct and full school uniform required for that day to and from school. In addition they are reminded that they should wear the uniform with pride, be well groomed, and promote a good public image at all times.
Students are not permitted to wear a mixture of uniforms. If a student cannot wear any part of the uniform on a certain day he/she must bring a note signed and dated by his/her parents. The note should be countersigned by the relevant Home Group Teacher or Year Coordinator and be carried by the student for the rest of the day(s).
If a student is unable to wear any part of the correct sports uniform on a particular day he/she is required to wear the correct full school uniform and to change into appropriate alternative sports gear before sport. Students who are representing the College or who are travelling to a sports venue off College grounds must wear the correct College sports uniform.
On days when rostered for PDHPE class, each student must bring the correct sports clothes and equipment for that class. Students will be informed in advance by PDHPE staff what clothes and equipment they require for the next lesson.
The following items are required for P.E.:
Students should check their timetables and note in their Student Planner the days they are required to take specific gear for PDHPE.
A House Sports Uniform is required to be worn for special inter-House sporting competitions. The most notable of these are the annual Swimming and Athletics Carnivals and Cross Country Competition. All items are available from the College Uniform Shop.
For Swimming & Athletics Carnivals and Special House Sporting Events:
For Swimming Carnival:
Boys’: Swimming shorts. Rash shirts may also be worn for additional sun protection.
Girls’: One piece swimming costumes. Rash shirts may also be worn for additional sun protection.
Hat: College green wide brimmed hat - to be worn in accordance with SunSmart Policy.
Rash Shirt: Students are recommended to wear a rash shirt while in the pool area.
Parents/guardians and students need to be aware that it is a Deptartment of Education & Workcover directive that NO student may enter a Technology classroom unless they are wearing the correct protective footwear.
This means that at St John’s College, students are required to wear their normal black leather, lace up shoes for all Technology classes including those scheduled on days that students have PDHPE or sport. It is also a requirement in all TAS classes that hair that is shoulder length or longer be tied back in accordance with College expectations and safety guidelines. Additionally, all students in Food Technology classes are required to wear a protective apron.
Depending on the nature of the Excursion, students will be informed by staff to wear one of the following uniforms:
Formal Occasions: Formal College Uniform
Curriculum Excursions: College Summer or Winter Uniform of the day or College Sports Uniform (including a College hat) – e.g. Reflection Days or Geography / History days.
Camps or Bush Excursions: Appropriate Casual Clothes, including a wide brimmed hat.