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A sense of pride and belonging

Our uniform identifies our students, and instils a sense of pride and belonging in the school. All students must wear their uniform when attending school or participating in any school-related events.

Our unique batik-patterned uniform was designed with input from students and parents, and features a gecko and orchids to represent our host country, Indonesia. Practical, smart and value for money, it is specifically designed for the hot Indonesian climate. School uniforms place all students on an equal footing in terms of appearance and encourages a strong sense of pride and community.

Select your year level

Primary uniform
Secondary uniform
Physical education

Primary uniform – Years 1 to 6

  • Dark blue batik shirt
  • Dark blue batik dress
  • Navy blue shorts/long pants
  • Navy blue skirt/skort
  • Navy blue cap or round hat
  • Jacket (optional)
  • Sensible enclosed footwear (no heels, sandles or open-toes)

Note: All Primary students must wear a hat during break times on the field – children need to play in a covered area if they do not have a hat!

Secondary uniform – Years 7 to 11

  • Light blue batik shirt
  • Light blue batik dress
  • Navy blue shorts/long pants
  • Navy blue skirt/skort
  • Navy blue cap or round hat (optional)
  • Jacket (optional)
  • Sensible enclosed footwear (no heels, sandles or open-toes

Secondary uniform – Years 12 and 13
Students in Year 12 and 13 have their own batik design for their shirts, blouses or dresses. With black trousers, skirts and hijab (if applicable).

Physical education uniform

  • Light blue sports t-shirt
  • Navy blue shorts
  • House t-shirt – red, green, blue or yellow
  • Sensible sports shoes and socks
  • General rules

    For items of clothing and adornment, there is to be no:

    • Advertisement of tobacco, alcohol, or illegal drugs
    • Sexually suggestive messages
    • Vulgar or profane messages
    • Messages advocating violence

    Normal PE kit or house shirts are to be worn as per a normal day.


    • Makeup must be kept to a minimum – approval is at the discretion of the Vice-Principal Primary and Principal

    Upper garments

    • Sleeveless shirts or blouses may be worn, provided that the arm opening does not unnecessarily reveal the body or undergarments
    • Clothing that excessively exposes the back is not permitted
    • Immodestly low necklines and/or bare midriffs are prohibited. Garments must be of appropriate length and fit to meet these requirements while sitting and bending

    Lower garments

    • Pants and shorts must be worn at the waist; undergarments must not be visible
    • Tights or leggings may be worn as outerwear when worn with an appropriate upper garment
    • Shorts, skirts and dresses must be at, or below, the level of the fingertips or no shorter than six inches above the middle of the knee, whichever is longer


    • Normal rules on footwear apply

    Unusual circumstances
    If any dress or grooming issues arise which are not covered in this policy, the Vice-Principal Primary and Principal will decide on what is appropriate and any necessary course of action.

  • The role of parents

    We ask all parents to support our uniform policy by ensuring their child has the correct uniform, that it is clean and in good repair. If for any reason a student is unable to wear the correct uniform for the day, they must bring a note from home. Students can be sent home or asked to work in the Vice-Principal Primary’s/Principal’s office if they continue to wear the incorrect uniform.

    PE lessons
    If PE is timetabled for first thing in the morning, students can wear their PE uniform to school and change into their batik uniform after the lesson. If PE is later in the day, students must wear their batik uniform to school and change into their PE gear later.

    House activities

    On days House activities are scheduled, students can either wear their house shirts to school, or wear their batik uniform, and change into their house shirts later.

    Students are expected to wear their batik uniform or PE kit as directed.

  • Grooming
    • Hair should be neat and tidy; long hair must be tied back
    • Hair must be a natural colour. If dyed, the colour must not draw attention. Approval is at the discretion of the Vice-Principal Primary and Principal
    • Fake tattoos are not to be worn. Henna tattoos after personally significant cultural events are acceptable, with permission
    • Students may wear a plain white t-shirt under their uniform for warmth. Other forms of underclothing must not be visible
    • Nail polish is not to be worn
    • Jewellery is discouraged with the exception of one ring, a watch and for girls only, a single pair of stud-like earrings. Jewellery should be removed during sporting activities, PE or playtime. Safekeeping is the responsibility of the student
  • Non-uniform, free dress or mufti days

    Non-uniform days are a great way for students have fun and dress to a theme, however dress must still be appropriate.