The Seaford Secondary College Uniform Policy is an important part of our school safety program.
Our new uniform brochure is now available. Please see the link to the pdf on the bottom of this page.
Please see the uniform shop open hours here.
Wearing the School Uniform
- contributes to students safety by providing clear identification of students in the school community
- supports students to develop a sense of identity and pride with our school
- reduces peer pressure and social stigmas
- reduces distractions
- redirects personal expression to schoolwork rather than personal appearance
- lowers long-term clothing costs
- promotes a standard of dress in the learning environment
All students are expected to be in full school uniform. The described Seaford Secondary College uniform is the only acceptable uniform.
All uniform items are to be purchased through Student Services. Black school shoes can be purchased independently of the school. If you have any questions in relation to the school uniform, please don’t hesitate to contact the school.
Students out of school uniform will be expected to change into appropriate uniform with the support of their House leaders. A plan will be implemented, in partnership with parents/care providers, to support students to be in full school uniform.
Parents/carers are asked to:
- support the School Uniform Policy
- check that their child is in uniform each day
- contact the school to clarify any questions in regard to the school uniform
- supply their child with a diary note for any temporary exemptions. The school will provide a loan uniform for the day
- ensure all items are labelled with their child’s name
- refer to the uniform and footwear guidelines before purchasing any items
- official maroon and white polo top with school logo
- official white and grey polo top with school logo
- official maroon windcheater with school logo
- official charcoal shorts and pants
- official summer dress and skirt, with the option of black stockings underneath
- official winter skirt
- official charcoal knitted cardigan
- in winter students may choose to wear a plain black or maroon scarf and gloves
Plain black lace-up or velcro shoes are required to be worn by all students as part of the uniform. The only exception to this will be when changing for HPE lessons, School Sport or when required for other specified school activities. Inappropriate shoe styles include: backless, ugg-boots, thongs, sandals, slip-ons or high heels.
- students are advised to change into suitable sports uniform clothing for Physical Education
- students representing Seaford Secondary College at sporting events will be required to wear appropriate uniform and some sports will be provided with a uniform
- all volleyball players will be required to purchase an official playing top through the school
- Sun protection is an issue during the summer months and students are encouraged to wear hats in the yard, during Physical Education lessons and school activities that are outdoors.
- Students are only to wear hats, beanies or other headwear when they are outside. Staff will instruct students to remove these items when entering the learning environment.
How to process a payment:
- click on the ONLINE PAYMENT OPTION
- enter your FAMILY ID (from the school invoice or payment)
- enter your FAMILY NAME
- enter the description or invoice number for the payment
- enter the amount of the payment
- click on the icon matching your card type (Visa, Mastercard)
- enter your CREDIT CARD NUMBER
- enter the credit card EXPIRY DATE
- enter the CARD VERIFICATION NUMBER (3 digit code on the back)
- click the PROCEED button
- after 3 to 5 seconds your payment wil be processed and the receipt information wil be displayed
- click PRINT VIEW or enter your email address and click SEND EMAIL, to get a copy of the receipt
- you can now exit the payment page
Finance Office Opening Times
Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 3.15pm for parents & visitors.
Before school and recess time for students only.
(Payment out of these hours by prior arrangement with the Finance Officer)
Monday to Thursday:
8.15am – 8.45am
Tuesday and Thursday
3.10pm – 3.30pm
Please report to Front Office/Main Reception at all times.
Click Here to visit our BPoint Online Payment page.
Direct: To Finance Office either by cash or EFTPOS
Cheque or Postal Order to:
Seaford Secondary College
SEAFORD SA 5169
Fax: Your invoice or statement with credit card details to 8327 5244.
**Please ensure the CVC code on back of the card is included**
**Please note excursions can be paid online but consent forms need to be returned to the class teacher**
Time to Pay
Time payment arrangements for school fees can be requested for those families who are unable to meet full payment early in the year.
This can be negotiated with staff in the Finance Office. Please phone the school on 8327 5200.
School Card applicants must apply each year at each school a child attends.
The school card scheme provides financial relief for eligible low-income families in relation to school education costs. Parents and students can access https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/education-and-learning/financial-help-scholarships-and-grants/school-card-scheme
It would be greatly appreciated if families could complete their school card applications prior to the end of Term 1 to ensure eligibility for the current school year.
Please contact the school Finance Office on 8327 5200 if you consider you may be eligible, or contact School Card direct on the information below.
Phone: 1800 672 758
Seaford Secondary College is a school zoned for the enrolment of families living in Port Noarlunga South, any of the Seaford suburbs (Seaford, Seaford Rise, Seaford Heights, Seaford Meadows), Old Noarlunga and Maslin Beach. Parents/Caregivers wishing to enrol students at Seaford Secondary College should contact the school in order to make an enrolment appointment with one of our Student Wellbeing Leaders.
At this interview the leader will meet with families and students to discuss the student’s previous school history, any learning support needed, the student’s skills, abilities and aspirations for the future. We do make contact with previous schools to discuss any behaviour issues and support that might be needed to ensure that students can be successful. Parents/Caregivers are welcome to make inquiry phone calls prior to any enrolment appointment if wishing to discuss an enrolment possibility.