As we transition into the colder months, it’s time to wear our winter uniforms once again.   

Throughout Terms 2 and 3, students are expected to wear their full winter uniform, a symbol of unity and belonging within our school community.   

Boys Winter Uniform  Girls Winter Uniform 
College Blazer  College Blazer 
College Long Sleeved, White Pinstripe Shirt and College Tie  College Long Sleeved, White Pinstripe Shirt and College Tie 
College Navy Blue Long Trousers  College Navy Blue Skirt 
College Jumper  College Jumper 
Black or Navy Socks (not Summer socks)  Navy Blue Tights 
Black Leather Shoes  College Navy Blue Long Trousers (optional) 
Belt (optional – plain black, simple silver buckle)  Black Leather Shoes 

*Senior College students are also able to wear their Senior College Long Sleeve Polo.   

All uniform items can be purchased from the Midford Uniform Shop onsite or online. 

Open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00am – 4:00pm 

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As we embark on the winter term, let us embrace the tradition of wearing our winter uniform with pride and purpose. Let us remember that it is not merely a piece of clothing, but a symbol of our identity as members of the Marist Regional College community. Together, let us uphold the values of respect, unity, and excellence that define us, as we navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. 

Mr Sam Johnstone  

Deputy Principal: Pastoral Care and Well-Being 

” When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change” 

It’s all about perspective… here’s hoping this term brings many moments of happiness for our students.   

Term 2 is here! We started our term with a Middle Years Assembly reminding students about a few important topics. Both Year 7 and 8 students were attentive and demonstrated respect throughout the assembly. Wearing the winter uniform correctly and with pride was top of the list. The process for students who are out of uniform was also mentioned to ensure clarity for all. Often, as we become busy, we forget, so it is essential we have positive reminders.  

Let’s try to change the way we look at things throughout the term and focus on the good. I often default to using quotes that resonate with me, and this one reminds me to have a positive mindset and be grateful for all I have.  


Ms Maxine Neaton 

Director of Middle Years