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Dress Code

The official school colours are yellow and blue. The staff and P & C Association of Milton State School strongly support the wearing of school uniforms by students.  Students neatly attired in school uniforms are a source of pride for themselves, the school, their families and the community.

Uniform guidelines incorporate SunSmart and Workplace Health & Safety requirements.

Download a copy of Milton State School's Dress Code (PDF, 80kb).

Opening hours - during school terms only
Tuesdays:  8.30am - 9.30am

Fridays: 8.30am – 9.30am

The Uniform Shop is located near the Multi Purpose Area, at the rear of A Block.  The shop is managed by a convenor and supported by volunteers.

What does the shop sell?

The shop sells the Polo shirts (both yellow and white school styles), shorts, skorts, dresses, house shirts, chess shirts, fleece jackets and hats of the school uniform.
School backpacks with the school logo, library bags, chair bags, swimming bags, water bottles with the school logo and various girl hair tie accessories.
We are always trying to change and improve our supplies. Any advice or feedback is always welcomed.
Information is relayed via the school newsletter.

Placing an order

If you cannot make it to the shop then fill out an order form and either email it to the school office or drop it in to the office with payment.

The order will be handed onto the Uniform shop, filled and delivered to your child's classroom. The order form can be downloaded from this website.
Please make all cheques payable to Milton State School P&C Association.

We accept cash, eftpos, Mastercard, Visa card and cheques made  payable to Milton State School P&C Association.

Second hand uniforms

Second hand uniforms are available at the shop. The prices are reasonable and some items are near new. Donations of pre-loved uniform items are always gratefully accepted.


The Uniform Shop needs volunteers to stay open. Can you help with stocktake, unpacking deliveries, sorting pre-loved clothing, or being a friendly face for the school? If so, then pop into the shop and stay for a while.
Lastly, always remember to label the uniform with the child’s name.