Largs Bay School Indigenous Polo Shirt

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Karen Ahang and the Aboriginal students at Largs Bay School designed the polo tops last year. They were approved by Kaurna Elder, Michael O'Brien.

What began as a top to be available for school excursions and special events, has proved popular and the Governing Council has approved them to become part of the  school uniform.

 The shirts will only be available as PRE-ORDER items.

 The description of the tops is as follows.



1924 - the year Largs Bay school was established.

The blue circles represent the water at the Largs Bay Beach.

The yellow hills for the sand hills.

Kaurna Language : "Learning and Living on Kaurna Yerta" (Learning and Living on Kaurna Land)

Kuranye Metitya (Rainbow Serpent) to represent the Rainbow Serpent that travelled all across Australia linking all Aboriginal cultures together and resting in our Kuranye Metitya (Rainbow Serpent) Dreaming Garden. The Rainbow Serpent looks out over us keeping us safe.

The yellow and white meeting circles at the bottom represent our classes meeting and learning together.

The footsteps represent all the students at our school on their learning journey here at Largs Bay School.


Our school values of Responsibility, Persistence, Respect.

The map of Australia showing the connections of cultures across Australia and how we are connected.

The yellow and red circle represents Kaurna Yerta (Kaurna Land),  the footsteps of our learning journey together and Kuranye Metitya Rainbow Serpent who is looking out for us on our journey.

The poppies represent the ANZACS and note we are a Defence School. All the soldiers, including Aboriginal soldiers, who have served in the forces and those who have died in service.

The pine trees represent the 18 Norfolk Pines that were planted in Largs Bay in 1925 in honour of the fallen soldiers from Largs Bay.


The meeting circle representing all cultures from around the world at our school, meeting together, sitting in a circle sharing and listening to each other in our journey of Reconciliation. It comes from our Serpent head in the garden, our school story of Reconciliation.

The navy blue is the base for our school colours and the school logo.

Available to order until Friday 14th June, 6pm cut off.