The uniform concepts were developed with consideration regarding gender neutrality, comfort, ease of manufacture, ease of matching colour and distinctiveness from nearby schools.

The final uniform design will include a full suite of uniform items, some of which may not be pictured here. This includes summer and winter options (dresses, jackets, jumpers, hoodies, and long sleeved shirts), a selection of hats and skorts.

The options were:

  • Bettong
  • Eucalyptus leaf
  • Sunrise over Throsby
  • Tree

You voted for the Eucalyptus leaf option. The logo, name, and uniform examples are below.

Pictured are a series of four tiles. One shows a green stem with two green leaves against a white background. Throsby School is written in green text below the leaves. On another tile the same stem and leaves are in white against a dark green background.

The Eucalyptus leaf concept represents growth and life, and can symbolise the flourishing nature of the students, the school, and the community. The use of the eucalyptus leaf in particular also helps to tie the logo in with the surrounding landscape.

The bold, serif typeface strikes a comfortable balance of being trustworthy and respected, without being old-fashioned.