Kruger State school is a uniform school, endorsed by the Parents and Citizens Association. The school colours are green, gold and purple. It is an expectation that students will wear the school uniform with suitable footwear and a hat, if they wish to participate in outdoor activities.
When students leave the school for sport, all children are expected to wear the uniform chosen for that sport.
When children leave the school on excursions they are expected to wear the uniform.
The wearing of jewellery, other than a watch and/or stud earrings, is not part of the school uniform, due to problems such as loss, damage or injury during play. Medical Alert jewellery, such as a bracelet, can be worn by those students identified as having a serious medical condition. for safety reasons, no jewellery can be worn during sport. Students will be asked to remove any inappropriate jewellery.
With parental notification, jewellery with cultural of religious significance maybe worn inside the school polo shirt.
Makeup and coloured nail polish is not considered to be part of the Kruger school uniform. Students will be asked to remove it.
The distinctive purple, green and gold polo shirt is worn with green skirt or shorts. A purple bucket hat protects the band when it plays for outdoor events. The school has a set of the T-shirts for special productions.
Sporting team uniforms
The school has sets of football and soccer jerseys in green and gold for the teams involved in inter school sport.
The P&C runs the uniform shop located in the tuckshop. The uniform shop is open Monday, Wednesday (7.30 to 8.00am) and Thursday from 2.15–2.45pm.
Find out more about our uniform requirements.