Second-hand Uniform Sale

Connections_Secondhand Uniform SaleDATE:     Wednesday 27 July 2016
TIME:      7.30  9.30 am
VENUE:   Second-hand Uniform Shop (located next to J D Oates Aquatic Centre)

A reminder to check your winter term requirements to ensure you are ready for Term.

    The Second-hand Uniform Shop is run by volunteer mums and is only open for advertised sales. 

    Many items are generously discounted and in good quality. We have blazers, jumpers, shirts, scarves, ties, tracksuits, school bags and more! Certain items sell quickly so get in early to avoid disappointment.

    Any students wishing to purchase items themselves will be served first so that they are not late to class. Cash, credit cards and cheques are accepted for payment.  


    Nothing is ever too small for us. Items can only be accepted for sale either on donation or on consignment provided they are in excellent condition. Any items that have holes, stains or require repairs will be withdrawn from sale and donated to charity. 

    Remember that each and every item must be clearly labelled with a download-icon Second-hand Uniform Consignment Label (PDF 80.4KB).

    Please leave your labelled items at either of these collection points: Mrs Mary Tabuatamata at the Glencorse Uniform Store or with Mrs Rosemary Tarpey at the Visitor's Reception. Please do not drop off your items in Term 2. Items will only be accepted in Term 3 and must be dropped off by Monday 25 July at 9.00 am. Items received after this will not be included in this sale.

    contact-icon For information regarding all second-hand sales please contact the Co-ordinator, Photini Christoforou, via email

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