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During School Terms Only​ ​ ​
​Monday ​Tuesday ​Wednesday ​Thursday ​Friday
​--- Closed --- --- ​Closed --- ​3:00pm - 3:30pm --- Closed​ --- ​8:15am - 9:15am





Mt Gravatt East State School uniform shop is run by the school's P & C Association.

The Uniform shop hours are Wednesday 3pm-3.30pm and Friday 8.15am-9.15am. This is a temporary measure until we find someone that would like to volunteer to run the uniform shop permanently one morning a week. If you are interested in this role please contact us, we would love to have a chat.

The shop is open by appointment all other times.

If you have purchased uniforms through the online ordering system
orders can be collected from the Uniform Shop during normal trading hours or if your child attends School Age Care the order can be delivered to School Age Care for collection.

Mt Gravatt East State School Student Dress Code provides a uniform that aims to contribute to a safe and supportive teaching and learning environment through:

  • ready identification of students and non-students at our school

  • fostering a sense of belonging

  • developing mutual respect among students by minimizing visible evidence of economic or social differences.

  • reflecting the school community standards and are consistent with occupational health and safety and anti-discrimination legislation

Students are expected to wear the uniform whilst

  • attending or representing their school 

  • traveling to and from school; and

  • participating in school activities out of school hours 

As we cater for all student’s individual needs there may be times when alternative arrangements may need to be made.  Parents are required to send a written request advising the Principal of the circumstances. 

DRESS AND SCHOOL UNIFORM (School colours are green, gold and blue).
The school has a uniform.  The wearing of this uniform is compulsory, and helps to develop of a good tone at the school, makes selection of clothes easy for parents and ensures the standard of dress is suitable for school.

The school requires children to participate in many activities and at all times dress must be comfortable and modest.  The school uniform meets these requirements and is necessary to identify students outside the school situation and is a compulsory part of our risk management strategy.

The school is not the place for wearing of the latest fashion in casual and beach wear.  Items such as tank tops, singlets, halter tops and athletic shorts without a covering skirt for girls are examples of unsuitable school dress.  Save your child, and yourself, the embarrassment of being told your child's dress is not suitable by dressing them in uniform.

Stress is placed on the wearing of hats and proper black lace up (or velcro fastened) shoes The school has a “no hat, no play” rule.  Thongs and similar slip-on shoes are not suitable for school wear.

Shorts        Either navy blue long-leg rugby knit shorts or navy blue pants

Shirt           Gold, green and blue polo shirt

Shoes         Black lace up.

Socks          White

Hat              School hat

Tracksuit      School tracksuit  (by order only).


Shorts/Skirt  Either navy blue long-leg rugby knit shorts or blue culottes or navy-blue    netball skirt 


Shirt        Gold, green and blue polo shirt

Shoes       Black shoes

Socks       White

Hat          School hat

Tracksuit  Green and gold school tracksuit (by order only).

Because of the varied activities that children are involved in at school, for health and safety, the following items of jewellery are the only ones permitted - sleepers or studs in pierced ears, a watch.  However to participate in some activities all jewellery must be removed. (Children who are required to wear approved medical bracelets or necklaces are excepted.) 

Information on the uniforms to be worn for special sporting events such as inter-school athletics will be provided at the time of the event.

House colours are:

  • Pelican - blue,
  • Jabiru - red,

  • Kookaburra – yellow

If students wear inappropriate clothing to school, the Principal can impose sanctions on a once only basis per episode of non-compliance.  Clothing or apparel could be deemed to be inappropriate if: 

  • offensive; 

  • likely to disrupt, or negatively influence normal school operations;

  • unsafe for students or others; and

  • likely to result in a risk to health and safety of students and others

Sanctions are reflective of the severity and regularity of the non-compliance and are limited to one of the following:

  • imposing a detention for a student during lunch  

  • preventing student from attending, or participating in, any activity where they are representing the school; or

  • preventing students from attending or participating in any school activity that is not an essential school educational program