St Canice's School

The St Canice’s School uniform is a smart, functional, hard wearing, unisex uniform that portrays the values and inclusiveness of our school.
Our uniform includes a unisex top and polar fleece, and your choice of lower options which are available at NZ Uniforms.

Most of our school uniform is available at NZ Uniforms online. Follow the link at the bottom of this page.
The school supplies our sports uniform tops and holds a limited stock of the new polar fleeces and sun hats.

NZ Uniforms offer a Uniform Club Card allowing you to make payments to their Uniform Club throughout the year. These payments can then be redeemed for goods or uniform at NZ Uniforms. Full instructions can be found on their website.
NZ Uniforms also provide WINZ quotes and give you step by step instructions on how to do this on their website.
NZ Uniforms also offer ZIP Pay when purchasing online. If you don’t already have a ZIP Pay account, you can create one through the NZ Uniforms Website.

Black- either leather or sports style shoe. Sport shoe sole can be white, but remainder of shoe must be black.
Black sandals – either leather or Velcro style

Sports Uniform:
Shorts/Cycle Pants: Navy  
T-shirt: Navy with St. Canice’s printed on back (Available at School Office) 
Shoes: Suitable sports shoes

Additional uniform information:
Children are all expected to wear the correct uniform as set out in the Schedule.

School sunhat must be worn in Term 1 and 4.

All items are to be worn correctly when attending school, travelling to and from school, and when representing the school at functions or sporting events.

Students may wear full P.E. uniform to school on days that their classroom teacher has requested, when they have P.E. or outdoor activities planned.

Year 7 and 8 students need to be in full school uniform for Technology at Buller High School on a Tuesday, including covered shoes.

Jewelry such as small studs, sleepers and culturally significant items are welcome to be worn.

Make up and nail polish are not to be worn while wearing school uniform.

Should a child need to wear non-school uniform items they need to follow these steps:
1) Bring a note from home explaining reasoning or message the classroom teacher.
2) If it is a lengthy time of non-uniform, present a note to the teacher in charge of uniform to receive a uniform pass.