School Uniform

In May 2023 St Joseph's Laurieton started the transition to a new school uniform. The full implementation of this uniform is in January 2025.

  • The uniform has been co-designed by parents, students, and staff to meet the needs of students. 
  • It is a unisex uniform and can be worn all year, with the exception of the sports uniform and track pant (only to be worn on sports days)
  • Sports Shirt/Excursion Shirt is to be worn on Thursday and for events like excursions.
  • Girls can wear shorts or skorts.
  • Plain white ankle socks are to be worn every day.
  • Shoes are to be all black (including laces and soles). Canvas shoes are not permitted.
  • A different sports shoe may be worn Thursdays, but black is preferable.
  • Dresses will phase out for years 3-6  by 2025.



Polo shirt 
Shorts or long pants 
Ankle-length white socks
Black shoes 
Polo shirt 
Skort, shorts or long pants 
Ankle-length white socks
Black shoes 

Sports Uniform 

Schools sports polo

Shorts/Skorts or long pants


Ankle-length white socks




The Navy blue school hat MUST be worn by all students. Students with no hat will need to play in the designated shade area. 

School Uniforms may be purchased from the school through Flexischools or by contacting the office.

The uniform shop is open Monday 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm, Tuesday 8.30 am - 9.30 am and Friday 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm. 

Please label all items of clothing.

Uniform Guidelines

  1. Children are not to wear more than one earring in each ear. Simple (plain) studs or sleepers must be worn in the conventional position. These are the only style of earrings permitted.
  2. Earrings or jewellery items are not to be worn on any other part of the body.
  3. Children are not to wear rings on their fingers, of any description.
  4. Hair should not be extreme in style, & should remain a natural colour.
  5. Long hair should be tied back off the face, and all hair should be clean and neat.
  6. Nail-polish and makeup of any description is not appropriate for Primary school children in the school setting.
  7. As a general rule, if in doubt, ask first.