All students are required to wear the College uniform with pride at all times, upholding the
values and reputation of the College, in line with the Uniform Policy.
The Uniform Shop is located on the ground floor next to the Lower Foyer and adjacent to the car park located on the Eastern side of the campus. Click here for directions.
Our Uniform Shop provides an ambient area in which to view and purchase the Kennedy uniform. With modern fitting rooms and comfortable seating areas, we guarantee that a visit to the uniform shop will be an enjoyable experience.
To book a uniform fitting or for more information, please contact our Uniform Shop Manager on 9314 7722 or email@example.com.
Please click on the following to view the latest uniform price listUniform Price List
Uniform Pass request
Please complete a Uniform pass request form on the Kennedy App under Parent Lounge.
Online Uniform Shop
You are able to now order your uniform online through your QuickCliQ account. This will enable families to purchase uniforms online, ready to collect at the Uniform Shop (during opening hours).
Please note that:
Sizing in uniform shops often does not follow standard sizing, so it is always best for students to try on garments before purchasing. This is especially important for new students as it ensures you get the right size first time. New students are advised to book a uniform fitting.
Uniform Shop Opening Hours
Uniform Shop Opening Hours
The Uniform Shop is open from 8:00am to 3:45pm.
Closed for lunch 12.30 pm-1.00pm
- Term 1 & 4
Monday – Thursday
Closed on Fridays
- Term 2 & 3
Monday – Wednesday
Closed on Thursdays and Fridays
School Holiday trading days & times will be announced in the College Newsletter and the website.
Second-hand Textbook/Uniform Trading
The College is conscious of the need to provide an efficient process for families to be able to recycle their textbooks and other student resources. The College has been delighted with the outcomes of using the Sustainable School Shop for second-hand textbook trading and we are continuing to promote and use this helpful service.
The service provides access to second-hand textbooks, calculators, stationery, musical equipment, etc. all year round.
Please note, that the Uniform Shop does not accept secondhand uniforms. These may be sold via the P&F Association
Facebook Page or through Sustainable School Shop.
Uniform frequently asked questions
Where can I find a copy of the uniform policy?
How do I apply for a uniform pass for particular periods or days each week?
Please complete an Uniform Pass Request Form on the Kennedy App in Parent Lounge.
I find it hard to fit everything in my locker, so I only want to wear my sports uniform all day.
The Uniform Policy states that the sports uniform is to be worn for all physical education and, where relevant, arts practical sessions.
Sport uniform is not an alternative for the formal summer uniform.
My uniform is dirty/wet. What shall I do?
Consider having additional uniform pieces.
My shoes are wet, dirty, chewed by the dog (or something else) – what should I do?
Wear your full formal uniform and ask for a pass for your shoes only.
My parents haven’t ironed my shirts. Should I wear my sports uniform?
No. Consider learning to iron yourself or buying some extra shirts at the uniform shop. Try setting out your clothes the night before to be best prepared.
I have outside sport after school. Can I wear my sports uniform at Kennedy to save time?
I don’t like wearing the dress – is there another option?
Yes, you may wear a formal uniform comprised of shorts and a shirt.
I keep forgetting my hat. Any ideas?
Keep it in your locker between breaks and/or PE, and overnight.
Why can’t I participate in PE/handball/sitting in the sun without a hat or cap?
Australia has the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. You can still play, sit, eat food in breaks – just do it in the shade.
I left an item of clothing at my dad’s/mum’s/grandma’s. What should I do?
Wear as much as the formal uniform as possible and get a day pass for the lost item.
Consider buying an extra couple of items and leaving them at your second place of residence.
Why did I get a demerit when my parent wrote me a note?
Notes from home are not automatically accepted. The note needs to give an exceptional reason (such as a significant injury, or acute family matter) or the reason must meet the criteria found on the uniform pass application form. Notes for ‘personal reasons’ or without a reason at all are not usually acceptable. Understanding that family life is often complex and busy, it may be worth considering purchasing some spare items. When you genuinely need an exception, please bring a note or email from home outlining in brief your concerns.
How do I make suggestions as a student about uniform?
Your year group Student Councillor’s are your representatives. Ask them to present your ideas at their meetings with staff or approach your Head of Year yourself. Similarly, parents can make suggestions through the P&F or write to Mr Ashby.
What happens if I have Design and Technology in a workshop and I am wearing sports uniform?
For safety reasons students who have Design and Technology in a workshop must wear their enclosed leather shoes, even if they are wearing sports uniform.
Why can’t I wear sports uniform when participating in some aspects of Design and Technology such as Metal?
Welding can be dangerous, and the sports uniform is made of synthetic material. which can lead to significant burns. Even if you have met the criteria for a permanent uniform pass (say for Period 3 between sports-based subjects), you will need to change into your formal uniform to participate in Metal. Consider another choice of subject that you can participate in fully if you don’t wish to change uniform for Metal.
I am a little confused about earrings. What can we wear?
Girls can wear one pair of plain gold or silver studs without stones and without additional designs. They may not be more than 15mm in diameter. Alternatively plain silver or gold sleepers, without stones or additional designs may be worn. Earrings must be in the lower ear lobe.