UNIFORM

Students must wear the correct uniform at all times. Specific details are available from the Uniform Shop and in the student diary.  Skirt/dress length is to the knee.

 

Junior Summer Uniform: is a light blue check dress - navy blazer - navy jumper - navy vest - white socks with blue stripe - black shoes - hat.

Senior Summer Uniform: is a light blue striped skirt and tailored white short sleeved shirt with all other accessories as for the junior summer uniform.

The blazer must be worn to and from school during Terms 3 and 4 and as the first item for warmth.  The College jumper or vest is only to be worn under the College blazer.

Junior Winter Uniform: is a navy check tunic - blue & white striped long-sleeved blouse - navy V-neck jumper - navy blazer - navy vest - navy stockings or three-quarter navy socks - black shoes.

Senior Winter Uniform: is a navy striped skirt and tailored long sleeved blue shirt with all other accessories as for the junior uniform.

 

Sports Uniform

The Sports Uniform is: Shirt - blue & white collared penguin-style with emblem; Shorts - navy with light blue insert down side; Track Suit - navy blue with light blue inserts down side (winter); Socks - white with blue stripe; Skirt - navy with light blue trim around hemline; Rugby Jersey - blue & white striped; Schols cap; Schols sports bag (optional).

Tracksuits for the colder weather are also available from the uniform shop.

The sports uniform is not to be worn to and from school.

 

School Bag

From 2021 all juniors and seniors will need to have the College backpack.

They are available from the Ranier Uniform Shop.  

 

School Shoes

All students are required to wear regulation black leather school shoes which give adequate general support for feet and protection over the instep for working in Science laboratories, Food and Technology kitchens, Art rooms etc. Shoes may be lace-up or a similar style that covers the instep.

Not allowed

  • Make-up or nail polish is not allowed.

  • The only jewellery permitted is a watch, a signet ring and non-decorative sleepers.

Uniform Shop

The College uniform is available from the Ranier Uniform Shop at St Scholastica's College, which operates each Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to 2pm (during term time) and selected times during school holidays, as noted on the right of this page.

Please register and set up an account on the Ranier website to make appointments or order online.  Here is the link: shop.ranier.com.au

We recommend all new students make an appointment for a fitting as soon as possible. 

Fittings are by appointment only.

  • Uniforms will be available for purchase on the day of the fitting.

  • An order will be placed for any items not available.

  • Summer and winter uniforms can be fitted at the same time.

 

New - Ranier Website Ordering

Families are encouraged to order online.

If you are unsure of the size required, purchase your best estimate online. Items can be exchanged for free if required (unworn items only).

For online ordering or to book an appointment please go to:  shop.ranier.com.au

 

Both new and existing parents with previous accounts need to register on the new website by using their email address, choosing St Scholastica's College, then entering the activation code. 
Ranier website: shop.ranier.com.au
On the website you can:

  • View images and prices of all products on one page

  • View school uniform policy 

  • Easily book appointments for fittings 

  • View status and history of purchases

  • Choose click and collect or home delivery

  • Orders placed for home delivery are dispatched from the Uniform Shop on the next trading day.

 

Ranier Customer Services

To book an appointment time or if you have any questions, please call Ranier Customer Services on: 02 8337 7290 or click here for their website: ranier.com.au/contact

PLEASE NOTE the following COVID-safe Requirements:

  • When visiting the Uniform Shop for a fitting, student is to be accompanied by one family member only.

  • We ask that you do not attend the shop if you are unwell.

  • Please wait outside the shop (observing social distancing) until invited in. 

  • Please use the hand sanitiser.

 

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
 

 

Secondhand Uniform Shop

The Secondhand Uniform Shop has an extensive range of excellent quality uniforms for sale. Donations are very much appreciated; we do not accept uniforms on consignment any more.

 

The Secondhand Uniform Shop can be contacted via  email at:  uniformroom@scholastica.nsw.edu.au or by calling the College Front Office.

ATTEND

CONTACT

Uniform Shop

Located on the school grounds

Opening Hours:

Tuesdays and Thursdays

9am - 2pm (term time)

Contact:

during opening hours

Ph: (02) 9552 2870

Email: scholasticas@ranier.com.au

 

out of opening hours:

Head Office 

Ph: (02) 8337 7290

Email: custservice@ranier.com.au

Website: ranier.com.au/contact

See below left for more details about how to make an appointment and/or how to order online.

Secondhand Uniform Shop

Please contact Marcella in the Secondhand Uniform Shop with your queries or to make an appointment, by sending an email to:  

uniformroom@scholastica.nsw.edu.au

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Good Samaritan Education (GSE) is responsible for ten incorporated colleges in Australia. Established in 2011 by the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, the mission of GSE is to sustain and nurture our Catholic schools as Good Samaritan Benedictine communities of learning.

www.goodsameducation.org.au

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