Uniform Shop

Our uniform shop is outsourced by The Cricket and Football Shop located at Unit 1/422 Stuart Highway, Winnellie.

Opening hours are:

Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm

Our uniform policy, which outlines our requirements, is below.  The wearing of full uniform is compulsory and all items with the exception of footwear are available from the Cricket and Football Shop.

Back to School Vouchers   

In term 1 of each year, all students are eligible to spend a $150 back to school voucher granted by the NT Government on school items. At St John’s, we allow families to use this $150 BTSV towards school uniforms or the resource levy.

All families must collect their BTSV from the Administration office on the Hartzer campus before going to the cricket and football shop to purchase uniforms. You will need a BTSV for each child. The BTSV will be stamped with a St John’s school stamp. The cricket and football shop will not accept any unstamped BTSV.

The cricket and football shop will give each family (one per child) a uniform order form to fill out to purchase uniforms.

For the remainder of the year when students require new uniforms, families only need to go to the cricket and football shop.

College Uniform  

The principles that have guided our work are: a design that incorporates our heritage and is representative of 'one' College; a design that promotes College identity, pride and spirit; and a design that is contemporary, functional and comfortable for the Darwin climate. 

    • Red polo shirt with tailored collar and embroidered college badge
    • Navy unisex school shorts with embroidered college badge
    • Plain white or black socks
    • Black shoes or predominately black shoes with white highlights (no other colour permitted). 

Sports Uniform   


  • Navy school shorts with relevant House coloured polo shirt. 



  • A College jumper can be purchased from the Cricket and Football shop. Jumpers can be worn during the dry season months or in class if air-conditioning proves to be too cold. The wearing of any other colour or style will be seen as a breach of school uniform.


  • Students are expected to be well groomed and extremes of hair styles and colours are not permitted.


  • Permissible jewelry is limited to one set of sleepers or studs in ears only.
  • No other jewellery is permitted to be worn with the uniform except for a simple metal chain with a Christian symbol.


  • Tank tops, singlets and clothing that have inappropriate language or images are not permitted even on casual dress days.
  • Variations to the uniform policy are not approved unless notified in writing by the Principal.


  • The College has two styles of hat (bucket and cap) that are available from the Cricket and Football Shop. No other hat is permitted at the College. 

The Principal reserves the right to decide matters of interpretation of what is appropriate in such matters as grooming, hairstyles, casual clothes etc.