All Students at Foundation Christian College are expected to wear the College Uniform as stipulated in the Uniform Policy.
Foundation Christian College aims for all students to enjoy their time at the College and to feel part of our corporate identity as a College; this means wearing uniform correctly and with pride. To achieve this, a dress code, relating to makeup and hairstyles and colouring, is clearly outlined below.
New families are advised of the requirements by our Uniform Shop Coordinator who will assist with sizing and ordering. Alternatively, uniforms can be ordered online and collected at the College Office via shop.fcc.wa.edu.au.
from Kindergarten to Year 6 all wear the College Sports Uniform. For many years the College had a formal uniform for Primary students, however after much input from parents and teachers we found it was in the best interests of our children to wear sport uniform in order encourage active play and nature play during their break times. In terms 1 and 4 the Summer Sport Uniform is required and in Terms 2 and 3 the Winter Sport Uniform is required.
Secondary School have both a Formal and a Sport Uniform. When timetables are issued for the following year, students are advised what days sport sessions will be and on those days are required to wear sports uniforms. On the other days Formal Uniforms are required. As with Primary School, Secondary School students are to wear Summer Uniforms in Terms 1 and 4 and Winter Uniforms in Term 2 and 3. Please refer to the Secondary Dress Code for Uniform details.
Also, as we are a Sun Smart College, which means hats are a compulsory part of our uniform all year, unless the UV Index is less than 3.
The College has outlined a Dress Code to be strictly adhered to in the Primary School, Kindergarten – Year 6. A uniform check is carried out by teachers throughout each school day, more particularly by Class teachers during Home Class.
Students are expected to arrive and leave the College in their correct Sports Uniform every day. This includes shoes and socks. It is important that students are either in full uniform or in casual clothes when they are out of school hours, not a mixture of the uniform and home clothes. All students are to wear the College hat to protect them from sun damage.
If a student isn’t adhering to the College dress code, it is standard College procedure for the student to receive a Uniform Pass from Student Services to encourage compliance to the dress code. Students on an excursion, or representing the College, need to be in the full correct uniform or they will not be able to attend (e.g. full Summer or Winter Uniform). If students regularly ignore the College Uniform Dress Code, parents will be called to take them home, with students being able to return to the College once they have complied.
Please refer to the Primary Uniform Requirements for a more detailed explanation.
The College has outlined a Dress Code to be strictly adhered to in the Secondary School, Year 7 – Year 12. A uniform check is carried out by teachers throughout each school day, more particularly by Class teachers during Home Class.
Students are expected to arrive in their correct uniform each day. This includes shoes, socks, blazer (Year 10-12) and tie.
It is important to remember that students are representatives of the College outside of school hours too. If they are in uniform outside of school it is important that they are either in full uniform or in casual clothes not a mixture of the uniform and home clothes. All students are to wear the College hat to protect them from sun damage.
Please refer to the Secondary Uniform Requirements for a more detailed explanation.