All uniform shop purchases for the remainder of Term 4 are to be through our on-line ordering application, Qkr! by Mastercard, please see below for instructions.
Unfortunately there will be NO over-the-counter sales with the uniform shop which is currently closed during school hours.
From Monday 25 October all orders will be taken to the main reception area in A Block. Your child will be advised that there is something waiting for them to collect. If there is a problem with the order, please complete the Exchange/Refund Form below. Ask your child to place the returning parcel (preferably in the bag provided) and the form, into the UNIFORM SHOP RETURNS box in the reception area. The Uniform Shop will check this regularly, make the changes and return the items to reception or contact you if there is a delay. Once again, the student will be advised to collect.
Please be aware that there may be some delays in receiving orders due to the current COVID restrictions.
Families of children who are new to the school, please contact the uniform shop on the email below.
Navy School Jumpers
Our new jumpers have arrived and are ready for you to place an order. Please check out the size guide below. If the size is incorrect, please follow the above instructions to exchange for the most appropriate sizing.
All students are required to wear their summer uniform during Term 4. The uniform shop is well stocked with all your needs and can now offer both jumper and jacket options to ensure that all students are warm and comfortable throughout the school term.
Did you realize that textiles are the second largest polluter globally? The P&C have joined an initiative to help combat the amount of non-wearable uniforms that end up in land fill. We have joined the WORN UP initiative to recycle non-wearable uniform pieces into new furniture, acoustic tiles, pet beds and other products being developed to combat this global waste issue. So, send through any second hand uniform items to the shop and if we deem that they are not resalable, they will be sent to WORN UP for recycling rather than end up in landfill.
The wearing of the designated school uniform by all students and the maintenance of a high standard of dress and grooming are clear expectations of this school community. A student wearing the correct uniform is a reflection of student pride in the school. The designated uniform for students at Killara High School is endorsed by the school community through the Killara High School Parents & Citizens (P&C) Association.