IMG_3269All the students attending St Paul’s School are expected to wear a neat and tidy regulation uniform as set down by the Board of Trustees.

A neat and tidy uniform helps to give the students a sense of belonging to the St Paul’s School family and the wearer becomes an ambassador for the school.


  1. To draw attention to the Special Character of St Paul’s School Massey as a Catholic School.
  2. To be an equaliser with respect to students dress code.


  1. Students with non-regulation uniform are expected to provide an explanation from their parents or guardians and within reasonable time fulfil the uniform requirements.
  2. All students clothing shall be clearly labelled with student’s name.
  3. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to dispose of any unclaimed clothes from the school lost property box at the end of each school year.
  4. Sun hats must be worn during breaks in Term 1 and 4 when sunshade is necessary.
  5. So that a high standard of uniform may be maintained, only the official uniform from St Paul’s School Uniform Shop can be worn.
  6. In cases of hardship, parents are encouraged to see the Principal.
  7. Uniforms are not to be purchased from other outlets or handmade.
  8. Years 5 and 6 students must wear the St Paul’s Physical Education Shirt during all fitness, physical education and sporting events.
  9. Used uniform items are available from the St Paul’s Uniform Shop.

Uniform picture

Uniform for St Paul’s School

The official uniform is available from St Paul’s School Uniform Shop, in the School Hall.  There will be a board outside the kitchen door on the side of the Hall (adjacent to the staff carpark) where you enter.  Please note there is Eftpos now available.

The Uniform Shop: 


The Uniform Shop will be open:

Friday 8.00am until 9.00am only

Please wear a mask and social distance. 

Thank you for your co-operation.

There is now eftpos available – No Credit Card.


Uniform Shop Order Form 2022

2022 Flyer.Enrol.Pack.Hats.Shoes.sandals

St Paul’s School Uniform Policy 3.1 dated 23 March 2021