Uniform Shop

The school uniform shop will be open Saturday 5th December 9am – 12pm, then will  be closed until the January dates advertised.

Opening Hours

Tuesdays 8.00-9.00am
Wednesdays 8.00-9.00am
Thursdays 2.30-6.00pm
First Saturday of the month 9.00am-12.00 noon

The Uniform Shop will be closed for the holidays.

Opening hours for January are:

January 2021

Monday 25th 4-7pm, Tuesday 26th 4-7pm

Wednesday 27th 4-7pm, Thursday 28th 4-7pm

February 2021

Tuesday 2nd 8-9am, Wednesday 3rd 8-9am and Thursday 4th 2.30-6pm

If you have any questions regarding the school uniform or wish to volunteer in the Uniform Shop, please contact Dianne Guinan:
T: (09) 272 5601    E: uniformshop@sanctamaria.school.nz

For new uniform price list, click here

You can also visit Elizabeth Michael Uniforms
4 Bond Street, Grey Lynn, Auckland
T: (09) 358 1680   E: uniforms@elizabethmichael.co.nz

Uniform Years 7-11

Uniform Years 12-13


We ask parents to support the College by ensuring your sons and daughters have the correct uniform and help them take responsibility for their appearance by wearing the uniform correctly. These regulations apply when students are at school, representing the school or commuting to and from school.


The only jewellery that students are allowed to wear are one pair of small plain gold or silver ear studs worn in the lower earlobe and a watch.
No earrings in upper ear.
Piercing of eyebrows, nose or any other body piercing or tattoos and tongue studs are NOT permitted.
Only blue, navy, white or black hair bands may be worn.
Nail polish, make-up, or tinted moisturiser are NOT permitted.
Necklace with cross or taonga are allowed to be worn.

Wet/Cold Weather

School jackets are optional but, in the winter, can only be worn over a jersey, not as an alternative to a jersey.
School jackets are allowed to be worn in classes during Terms 2 and 3.
In Terms 1 and 4 the school jacket may be worn in the morning without a jersey underneath.

Uniform Rules

Boys’ shorts must be worn tidily at all times.
Boys’ shirts must be tucked in at all times. This includes during interval and lunchtime.
If students wish to play a sport they must change into their PE uniform.
Boys’ socks are worn up at all times.
Girls’ skirt hemlines must be on the kneecap.
Girls’ blouses are not to protrude below the bottom of jerseys.
Top buttons of shirts or blouses are to be done up at all times.
T-shirts are not permitted under school shirts.
Any clothing worn under the uniform must not be visible.
Regulation footwear must be worn at all times.
Shoes are to be clean, polished and properly tied at all times.
Sports shoes can be only worn in the gymnasium and on artificial turf.
Hair must be neatly presented and off the face. Fringes must be above eyebrows.
No part of a hair style should be shorter than a number 2.
No extreme hairstyles (e.g. shaved head, shaved patterns, undercut, dreadlocks, mohawks) or unnatural colours (e.g. dyed, two tone, streaks).
Hair that is below the bottom of the collar is to be tied back at all times.
Gel may only be used to keep hair down, not to sculpture it or stand it up.
Boys are to be clean shaven at all times.
Scarves are optional but only the school scarf can be worn and only during Terms 2 and 3.

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