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The Lauries Shop supplies all uniform requirements for the College. It also stocks a range of stationery, sport and music accessories, supporter apparel for parents and Old Boys as well as an extensive selection of College-branded gift ware.

Located on the ground floor of the Brady Building near the pick-up/drop off zone, the shop is easily accessible for parents and students.

Term Opening Hours

  • The Lauries Shop is open Monday to Friday from 7.30am – 1.45pm during Term time.


The Lauries Shop accepts cash, EFTPOS, Mastercard, Visa and My Student Account (Student Card).


The Lauries Shop will gladly refund or exchange goods that are faulty.  For goods that you wish to be exchanged for a different size, we request that tags be kept in place and items not be marked with names.

Price list and Order Form

Click here to view price list. Click here to download The Lauries Shop Order Form if you cannot attend the store during opening hours.

College Uniform Requirements

Formal Uniform
Sport and Co-Curricular

Formal Uniform

The following items are compulsory throughout the school year:

  • College blue shirt: Years 5-11
  • White, long sleeve shirt: Year 12
  • Grey shorts
  • Grey trousers: (compulsory for Years 10, 11 and 12 during terms 2 and 3 and optional for other grades during colder months). Grey or black socks are to be worn with trousers.
  • College socks: with grey shorts
  • Black, leather belt: with a plain, silver buckle
  • Yard hat: St Laurence’s College is a Sun Smart school and the College Yard Hat is compulsory for all students while on College grounds each day. It is College policy that every yard hat purchased is embroided with the student's Christian name initial and full surname on the back of the hat. This is included in the purchase price and sent for embroidery by the staff in the uniform shop.
  • College bag or backpack
  • Black, leather, lace up shoes (not available from The Lauries Shop)
  • Blazer and tie:  It is compulsory during Term 2 and 3 that all students wear the College tie. The College Blazer is also to be worn to and from school each day. From time to time, a blazer and tie may be required in other terms for official engagements or ceremonies.

To ensure the correct size and a $50 saving, ALL blazers must be fitted and paid for by the end of the St Laurence’s College school year to ensure delivery by Term 2 the following year.

During the cooler months, students can wear a College jumper under their blazer. They are welcome to remove their blazer once at the College and wear a jumper for comfort and warmth during the school day. 

All students are expected to wear the entire uniform with no substitutes or exceptions.  Bags or clothing items that are not part of the uniform are not to be used at any time.

Sport and Co-Curricular

The College conducts Health and Physical Education (HPE) lessons across all years and students are required to wear the white sports polo for these classes and can choose from any of the three College sports shorts available.

St Laurence’s College proudly participates in the A.I.C. (Australian Independent Colleges) fixtures across a number of sports each term. As representatives of St Laurence’s College, it is expected that students participating in any A.I.C. sport wear the full uniform for that sport including playing shorts, jersey/shirt and socks. Coaches reserve the right to exclude boys from playing if the correct uniform is not worn on the day. All A.I.C. participants are required to wear the yellow training shirt (one shirt-all sports) for all weekday training.  

Any questions about co-curricular sport uniforms can be directed to the coach, sport office or The Lauries Shop.

Stationery, Music and Sport Accessories
Supporter Apparel and Merchandise
Second Hand Blazers

Stationery, Music and Sport Accessories

The Lauries Shop is our ‘one stop shop’ for replacement stationery items, sporting and music accessories. 

Stationery items include pens, pencils, mechanical pens and refills, erasers, rulers, protractors, compasses, maths sets, sharpeners, calculators, glue sticks, USBs, A4 binder books, lecture pads and display folders.

We also cater to the various co-curricular sports throughout the school year with a number of accessories including compression shorts, goggles, goggle pouches, swimming caps, mouth guards, cricket male protectors, cricket hats, shin guards and volleyball knee pads.

The Lauries Shop also offers a range of music accessories including woodwind reeds, brass lubricants, cork grease, guitar foot stools, mouthpiece brushes, music folders and bags.

Supporter Apparel and Merchandise

Support your son from the sideline, auditorium or stand! The Lauries Shop stocks a range of supporter clothing including polo shirts, caps and ties for parents and old boys. We also have an extensive range of ‘Lauries’ branded gifts including towels, umbrellas, wine glasses, hi ball glasses, pens, key rings, cufflinks, BBQ aprons, thermal travel mugs, coffee mugs, student wallets, water bottles, badges and stickers.

Ex Principal Ian McDonald’s books - ‘Inspirations’ in Volumes I & II as well as his book titled “It is Good For Us To Be Here” to mark the College’s Centenary year are also available for sale.   Parents and old boys are welcome to view the range during opening hours. The College offers a postage service to old boys who live outside the greater Brisbane area. 

Please phone The Lauries Shop on 07 3010 1100 during opening hours for more information.

Second Hand Blazers

The Lauries Shop will gladly accept second hand blazers to be sold on consignment.  Blazers must be dry-cleaned with tag in place. They must be in saleable condition and must have the current crest on the pocket. The Lauries Shop also stocks replacement blazer pockets and gold buttons. We regret that we cannot accept blazers that are ripped, torn, faded or stained. Second Hand Blazers are usually sold for $100 - $150.  Once sold, 80% of the sell price is given to the parent and 20% is kept by the College as commission.