The College has an on-site Uniform Shop (run by Hambours), five dedicated bus routes, an Out of School Hours Care and Vacation Care Program and on-site canteen. Information on these services can be found on this page.


Uniform Requirements

Students are expected to wear the College uniform with pride and in a neat, clean and appropriate manner. The uniform must be worn correctly from the time the student leaves home until the time the student returns home.

The Summer uniform is to be worn in Terms 1 and 4 and the Winter uniform in Terms 2 and 3.

The College has a sports uniform that is to be worn on the day students have PE and/or Drama lessons.


The Uniform Shop is run by Hambours and is located on campus in Faith Cottage, near the Junior School. It provides all uniform requirements, as well as College bags, hats and accessories.

Trading Hours
Tuesday:  8.00 am – 11.00 am and 1.00 pm to 5.30 pm
Thursday: 8.00 am – 11.00 am and 1.00 pm to 5.30 pm
Saturday: 9.00 am – 12.00 pm

Contact Hambours
Phone: 8381 0461 (during opening hours)
Email: [email protected]
Hambours Direct: 8447 2077



We offer five dedicated bus routes connecting students living north, west, south and east of the College. Please click a route below to view a map and route information.

For interactive maps, please select a route below:

All buses arrive at the College by 8.35 am and leave at 3.30 pm in the afternoon.

All students must be at their designated stop at least 5 – 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time.

A number of public bus services also operate from the Woodcroft Community Centre.

From 2022, the College will be using Willunga Charter. For route information, please click here.


Registration to use Bus Service
Parents wishing to utilise the school’s bus service should contact the Main Administration Office to register their intention to use the service, and obtain further route and bus pass information.

The cost of the required bus pass is based on where a student will be getting on and off the bus along the nominated route. The bus passes can be purchased with either a 25 trip or 50 trip credit allocated to them. All bus passes must be purchased from the Accounts Office before travelling on the school bus.

First Time Travellers
For first time travellers it is preferred that students catch the bus home for their first trip as this allows them to introduce themselves to the driver and also clarify their pickup or drop off location for AM & PM services.

Bus Code of Conduct
To view the College’s Bus Code of Conduct, please click here.

out of school hours care

The Woodcroft College Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) aims to provide quality care and recreational activities for children from the age of 5 – 12 years in a safe, caring, nurturing and stimulating environment. The service is available to students from Reception to Year 7.

Located in the Junior School Activity Room, care is provided before school, after school, on pupil free days and during the school holidays.

Hours of Operation

Before School Care

6.45 am to 8.30 am

After School Care

3.15 pm to 6.15 pm

Pupil Free Day Care

6.45 am to 6.15 pm

Vacation Care

6.45 am to 6.15 pm


Before School (6.45 am to 8.30 am)

$13.50 (permanent bookings or shift workers)
$15.00 (casual bookings less than 24 hours notice, subject to availability)

After School (3.15 am to 6.15 pm)

$22.00 (permanent bookings or shift workers)
$25.00 (casual bookings less than 24 hours notice, subject to availability)

Late Collection Fees after 6.15 pm

6.15 pm – 6.20 pm: $25.00 per child
From 6.20 pm onwards: $2.50 per minute

Pupil Free Day


Last Day of School Year (early finish)


Vacation Care

$65.00 per child/each day


Vacation Care is available during the school holidays and on pupil free days (excluding public holidays).

Information on the Vacation Care Program is available two weeks before the school holidays commence.

Contact Details

Natasha Newton, OSHC Coordinator
Phone: 8381 0457
Email: [email protected]


The College Canteen is operated by Rory’s School Lunches.

Rory’s School Lunches are a local based Catering and Canteen Management Company providing excellent and extensive “healthy choice” food offerings.

Lunch Purchases

There are three ways students can purchase lunch.

You can place an online lunch order via the QKR app (Rory’s online ordering system). Orders can be placed in advance, any time, until 8.30 am on the day the lunch is required. Students do not need to bring cash to school to pay for their lunch order. Parents can also discuss food choices with their children, which is particularly helpful for younger students.

Visit the Canteen Before School
You can visit the canteen before school and place an order directly with the canteen. The canteen will be open from 8.00 am each morning. Students who place lunch orders will be able to order from the menu that is available on QKR, the Rory’s website at or from the menu in the canteen.

Visit the Canteen During Recess and Lunch
Students can come directly to the canteen at recess and lunch. Junior School students can only purchase drinks and snack items. Middle and Senior School students can purchase lunch from a great selection of hot and cold foods from the displays. Daily this includes: fresh baguettes, salads and wraps, hot pasta, curries and stir-fries, toasted wraps and yiros, toasted subs, burgers, hotdogs and other specialty dishes.

The canteen will also stock a range of drinks, ice blocks and snack items. Full EFTPOS facilities are available in the canteen. Junior school students will have access to purchase drinks and snack items over the counter.

Full EFTPOS facilities are available in the canteen for purchases.

Contact Us

Reception to Year 12
Bains Road, Morphett Vale SA 5162
Ph: +61 8 8322 2333 (Main Reception)
Ph: +61 8 8381 0455 (Junior School)
Email: [email protected]

Early Learning Centre
Farnsworth Drive, Morphett Vale SA 5162
Ph: +61 8 8381 0422
Email: [email protected]

ABN 93 970 982 732
CRICOS Provider Number 01645K

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