Secondary School

The Fremantle Christian College uniform policy states that all students who attend the College are required to wear the correct uniform in a neat, clean and well presented manner. A positive attitude to wearing the College uniform is a credit to both the student and the College.  The uniforms (except for shoes - to be purchased from retail stores) are available for purchase from the College's uniform shop which opens every Thursday afternoon from 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm during school terms.

Secondary School Uniform Secondary students are required to wear the summer uniform in terms 1 and 4 and the winter uniform in terms 2 and 3.

S - summer; W - winter

Girls

• White buttoned shirt (S,W)

•Taupe pleated skirt (S,W)

• Cross over tie (W)

• Navy tights (W)

• Crew socks (S)

• College hat (S,W)

• College jacket (W)

• Black leather or plastic lace-up shoes (canvas shoes are not permitted) (S,W)

• Sport polo shirt (S,W)

• Sport shorts (S,W)

• Sport pants (W)

• Sport socks (S,W)

• Sport jacket (W)

• Lace-up sports shoes (canvas varieties are not permitted)

 

Boys

• White buttoned shirt (S,W)

• Taupe shorts (S)

• Taupe trousers (W)

• College tie (W)

• Crew socks (S,W)

• College hat (S,W)

• College jacket (W)

• Black leather or plastic lace-up shoes (no canvas shoes) (S,W)

• Sport polo shirt (S,W)

• Sport shorts (S,W)

• Sport pants (W)

• Sport socks (S,W)

• Sport jacket (W)

• Lace-up sport shoes

Sport uniform is only to be worn at appropriately designated times, which will be clearly communicated from time to time. If the weather is cold, Secondary students may wear beanies or scarves and knitted gloves or mittens, provided they conform to the following:

• They must be dark blue or taupe, as per uniform colours – very close matches must be adhered to.

• They must be of simple design, not including ‘sparkly adornments’ or significantly raised patterning.

 

If a student is not wearing the correct uniform an infringement will be given. A note will be sent home notifying the parent or guardian of the nature of the infringement and requesting a commitment to address the infringement.