New uniform at Kilbreda College

In 2014 Kilbreda College unveiled an updated school uniform featuring the new colours of charcoal grey and deep maroon. Girls changed to the new uniform during a two year transition period. As part of this change, the school also switched from brown school shoes to black.

The winter uniform features a charcoal grey blazer and jumper with maroon trim, matched with a grey and maroon pinstripe skirt, candy striped shirt, and a crossover tie. The new summer dress has white, grey and maroon stripes.

September 2014

During the transition phase to the new uniform, students are to wear either a complete set of old or new uniform. There is to be no mixing and matching.

There is one exception with respect to footwear. New socks (white) and new shoes (black leather lace up) may be worn with either the old or new summer uniform. New socks (black) or new tights (black) and new shoes (black leather lace ups) may be worn with either the old or new winter uniform.

June 2016

Thank-you to all families and students who consistently meet the College’s expectations with respect to the correct wearing of the summer and winter uniforms. The transition period between old and new uniform has presented its challenges and as always we are grateful for the support that we receive from our families.

School holidays provide time to take stock and tend to the tasks that busy terms sideline. Therefore we encourage all students to review their winter and summer uniforms, ensuring that skirt and dress lengths are no shorter than above the knee, blazers are clean and pressed and shoes polished.

A reminder that all students in Years 7 to 10 are required to wear the new uniform from the beginning of 2017.

Tartan summer dresses at Kilbreda College

In 2004 Kilbreda College, Mentone updated with school uniform to replace their ‘candy striper’ summer dress with an updated green and red pin stripe in a tartan-like pattern, paired with fawn socks and brown school shoes. This dress was then replaced in 2014 by a completely new uniform.

New uniform at Salesian College Sunbury

Salesian College Sunbury introduced a new school uniform in 2017, to be introduced over a six year period. The previous light blue checked pattern on the summer dress has been replaced by a dark blue pinstripe, and the navy and yellow tartan patterned on the winter skirt has been replaced by more navy and yellow pinstripes.


In 2017, we saw the College introduce a new College uniform. This uniform we we rolled out over a period
of time to allow existing students to continue to wear the existing College uniform.
• All Year 7 students and Year 8 students are to wear the new rebranded College Uniform
• All current Year 9 to Year 12 students will continue to wear the existing College Uniform
• New students coming to the College in Years 9 through to Year 12 are to purchase the new rebranded
College uniform.
• There will be no mix and match of the existing branded and new rebranded uniform items.

The transition from old to new uniforms will take place over six years.

Year 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
Year 7 New New New New New New
Year 8 Existing New New New New New
Year 9 Existing Existing New New New New
Year 10 Existing Existing Existing New New New
Year 11 Existing Existing Existing Existing New New
Year 12 Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing New

Brown shoes at Walford School for Girls

Until 2012 girls at Walford Anglican School for Girls in Adelaide wore brown lace-up school shoes, paired with camel coloured knee socks in summer, and grey knee socks or tights in winter. They now wear black shoes instead.

The girls donated their now unneeded brown school shoes to students in Africa.

April 8, 2013

Walford School sends dozens of old brown school shoes to Africa through The Butterfly Movement charity


Black is the new black at Walford School.

The Hyde Park college last year broke with 120 years of tradition to change its school uniform shoe colour from brown to black.

Students donated about 300 pairs of brown shoes to The Butterfly Movement charity last month.

Year 9 student Kate, 14, of Millswood, was pleased to hand over her old footwear to be sent to disadvantaged African families.

“It’s a good feeling because you’re giving people in Africa an opportunity to wear shoes that they wouldn’t have had before,” Kate said.

“I couldn’t imagine not having any shoes to wear.

“I hope they are happy and they’re useful for them.”

Year 9 student Alexia said it was important for the school to get behind the cause.

“Some of those people have never even worn shoes before,” the Unley resident said.

“The shoes wouldn’t have come to much use otherwise.”

The Butterfly Movement was founded in 2011 by Dalice Kennedy.

It has since donated about 70,000 pairs of shoes to people in need.

The Walford uniform shop advertised their surplus stock to the girls of nearby Kildare College Holden Hill, who were still required to wear brown lace up school shoes.

27 July 2012

Brown School Shoe Sale

Walford school are changing from brown shoes to black shoes. Their uniform shop has new brown shoes in stock that they wish to sell for $50 per pair. This price is nearly half the ‘wholesale’ cost of buying a pair of new shoes. The brand of the shoes is ‘Footwear Plus’, made locally in South Australia.

Sizes available of Lace Up Brown Shoes: 2 x Size 12 Child, 1 x Size 13 Child, 2 x Size 2 Adult, 1 x Size 4 Adult, 1 x Size 5 Adult, 2 x Size 6 Adult, 1 x Size 10 Adult , 1 x Size 12 Adult.

Walford School for Girls

Girls at Walford Anglican School for Girls wear black lace up shoes with their school uniform. They wear camel coloured knee socks with their summer dress, and grey tights or knee socks with their winter skirt.


– Blazer Walford navy “poly wool” crested
– Pullover Walford grey, with school colours – not to be worn outside of school without blazer
– Hair Formal occasions – Navy blue ribbons, navy elasticised ponytail holders, plain brown or navy snap clips
– Hair Non formal occasions – winter or summer material scrunchie or headband
– School Bag Walford monogrammed
– Shoes Black leather lace ups. See School Shop for approved styles

Summer Terms 1 and 4
– Dress Blue with navy piping on collars and cuffs – Length at least below kneecap-maximum 14cm below knee
– Straw Hat Walford crest – Excursions, to and from school, yard hat – (House colour hat optional in yard)
– Socks Camel – long socks compulsory for formal occasions. (Camel anklets optional)
– Sandals Ink navy Leather – Option to shoes if temperature is over 25°C.

Winter Terms 2 and 3
– Skirt Blue and grey plaid – Length at least below kneecap-maximum 14cm below knee
– Gold Blouse Years 6–11 long sleeve with “W” embroidered
– White Blouse Years 11–12 long sleeve with “W” embroidered (Year 11 not until Term 3)
– Tie Walford navy with embroidered “W” print
– Socks Walford grey – long only (compulsory)
– Tights Walford Grey – thick denier – (optional)
– Gloves Navy knit only
– Scarf Walford Navy with “W” embroidery only to be used

St Albans Secondary College

Girls at St Albans Secondary College are permitted to wear t-bar shoes with their school uniform. They wear plain white ankle socks with their summer dress, and white socks or black tights with their winter skirt.

June 2014

College Uniform – Girls

– White Polo or Shirt with School Logo
– Woollen Maroon V-neck School Jumper
– Woollen Grey V-neck VCE Jumper
– Maroon Black and White Jacket with School Logo
– Dress Maroon and White Check Dress
– Winter Skirt Maroon, Black and White Tartan Skirt
– White Socks (with dress or skirt)
– Black Tights (only with Skirt)
– Black Pants with School Logo – Girls Style (Note: no other Black Pants can be worn)
– Black Shorts with School Logo
– Black Lace Up School Shoes or T-Bar Buckle Up Shoes