Our students are representatives of our College. We appreciate your support by ensuring the uniform is worn in the correct manner and ensure that garments are kept in good condition.

The Emmaus Christian College uniform and accessories are unique (except for shoes) and is only available from the Uniform Shop, located on the South Plympton campus, behind the Canteen.

We understand that the cost of a complete College uniform is a large initial financial outlay so we have made every effort to source the lowest prices balanced with durable fabrics. We offer second hand resale.

Download the Uniform Booklet or Price List

Uniform Shop

Our Uniform shop, located at our South Plympton Campus is the sole uniform supplier. You are welcome to visit during open hours or arrange an appointment with Christine.

Our payment options are EFTPOS and Cash and purchases may be made on lay-by.

Mrs Christine Blom, Uniform Shop Manager
uniformshop@emmauscc.sa.edu.au or call 8292 3810

Uniform Shop Open Times 2020

8.30am to 10.00am
3.00pm to 5.00pm

8.30am to 10.00am
1.00pm to 1.30pm
3.00pm to 5.00pm

December 2020 Uniform Shop Opening Times

Term 4 ends Wednesday 2 December

Thursday 3 December

8.30am to 10.00am
3.00pm to 5.00pm

Monday 7 December

9.00am to 1.00pm

January 2021 Uniform Shop Opening Times

Thursday 7

9.00am - 1.00pm

Friday 8

9.00am - 1.00pm

Monday 11

10.30am - 5.00pm

Tuesday 12

10.30am - 5.00pm

Wednesday 13

9.00am - 4.00pm

Thursday 14

9.00am - 4.00pm

Friday 15

9.00am - 4.00pm

Monday 18

8.30am - 5.00pm

Tuesday 19

8.30am - 5.00pm

Wednesday 20


Thursday 21

8.30am - 5.00pm

Friday 22

8.30am - 1.00pm

Monday 25

8.30am - 10.00am
3.00pm - 5.00pm

Tuesday 26

Closed (Australia Day)

Wednesday 27

8.30am - 10.00am
3.00pm - 5.00pm

Thursday 288.30am - 10.00am

3.00pm - 5.00pm

Uniform Policy

The College expectations are:

  • Parents will ensure that students are well presented by providing correct uniform items and ensuring that students are wearing the correct uniform every day.
  • The full uniform will be worn to and from school and it will be clean, neatly worn and in good repair.
  • Students will take pride in their appearance and maintain high standards of personal grooming.
  • Uniform items will be clearly named and students will be responsible for their belongings at all times.
  • Outside of school hours, students may choose to a wear plain navy jacket or coat for extra warmth. These must be removed while attending school.

Uniform Requirements

Dress and skirt - Minimum length top of knee cap

Scarf - The College scarf is the only scarf permitted

Gloves - Any gloves in the College colours

School Bag - Any bag other than the College bag is not permitted. Stickers or graffiti on bags is not permitted. For identification, up to 2 key tags is acceptable.

Shoes - Plain black leather lace-up school shoe with black laces. Velcro (instead of laces) is permitted for Foundation to Year 2 students.

Sports Shoes - Quality sport shoe with sole ankle and arch support. Velcro (instead of laces) is permitted for Foundation to Year 2 students.

Socks - Only the College sock is permitted with the exception of Middle and Senior School Boys who are permitted to wear black socks with trousers.

Stockings- Middle and Senior School Girls permitted to wear plain black 50/60 denier during winter.

Blazer - Compulsory for Senior School. Optional for Middle School.

Hat - College navy blue bucket hat only. Students are required to wear the College hat whilst outdoors during Term 1 and 4 and as requested at other times.

Grooming and Accessories


  • To be kept neat and tidy
  • Styled conservatively
  • Off the face
  • Fringe above eyebrows
  • Natural colour with no extreme colours or stripes


  • Shoulder length hair to be tied back from face
  • Plain navy blue or white accessories


  • Hair length, above collar
  • No shorter than number 3 or at Principal's discretion

Year 12 Boys:

  • Well groomed, conservative facial hair permitted


Visible items of jewellery other than watch and suitable earrings are not to be worn.

Girls: Single plain silver or gold stud, sleepers or discreet diamanté stud in each ear lobe

Boys: No earrings are permitted

Make-up and Nail Polish

Junior School Students (F to Year 6): The wearing of make-up of any kind is not permitted.

Middle and Senior Students (Years 7 to 12): Make-up and nail polish that is of natural appearance and inconspicuous is permitted.


Emmaus students are not permitted to have any permanent or semi permanent tattoo (or similar) that is visible in any form of the Emmaus uniform, including sports singlets and at swimming carnivals. It is not appropriate for a tattoo to be covered by a bandage (or similar) in an area that would otherwise be visible.

Junior School Uniform

We recognise that children are very physically active during play times therefore, the Early Learning Centre and Junior School uniform has been designed for comfort, practicality and durability.

The Junior School Girls 'Summer' Uniform (Terms 1 & 4) allows girls the choice of either the unisex uniform or dress. The dress is only to be worn with the jumper and not with the sports style rugby top or jacket.

Junior School Shoes

Each child should own two pairs of school shoes:

  1. Black leather lace-up school shoes (Junior Primary F-2 may have velcro). This does not include 'lady jane' style or sports sneakers
  2. Quality sports shoes - where possible in neutral College colours including a single colour or combination of white, blue, grey, black (F-2 may have velcro straps instead of laces).

F-6 Uniform

ELC Uniform

Middle School Uniform

Middle School students must wear the formal uniform for school including on excursions, formal events and assemblies. Sport uniforms is worn on fitness day and PE day.

Senior School Uniform

Second Hand Uniforms

Second hand garments are available at the Uniform Shop with no exchange or refund.

If you would like to resell your uniform, please consider the condition of your garments. We cannot accept clothing that is faded, stained, has holes or is an out dated design. Due to health reasons, we cannot accept second hand shoes, hats and socks.

How to prepare your garments for second hand sale

  • Please wash or dry clean and press all items (this may increase value of return)
  • Stitch up loose hems
  • Remove name tags where possible
  • Ask yourself, "Would I buy this second-hand for my child?"
  • Place items on a hanger in a bag along with a completed Second Hand Uniform for Resale Form and return to the Uniform Shop during open times or at Student Services.

Uniform Handbook and Price List