When you interact within and around the community you often see students in their school uniforms.
Some are very neat and tidy while others are mismatched and dishevelled. What do you think when you see these different versions of uniforms? Often we think those scruffier looking uniforms must reflect a ‘scruffier’ kind of school, (which isn’t always the case) while the neater looking uniforms portray pride in the school.
At Mundaring Christian College we would like to portray the latter. We want our students to be proud of their school and show this through the neat and tidy manner in which they wear their uniform. We have made a few changes to our uniforms over the last 12 months so that each student can feel comfortable and confident while at school.
Therefore, to keep the standards of our school high and to create the same positive image of our school in the wider community, we are taking a pro-active approach to keeping our students in check with what they wear and how they wear it. We have a firm ‘No Hat – No Play’ policy in place. If your child does not bring their hat to school, they will not be playing in the playground but rather sitting in a designated ‘no play area’. We are currently in the process of updating our Uniform Policy which will outline the uniform standards we expect across both campuses. More details will be provided once this process has been finalised.
We do understand however, that things happen that may cause your child to not have correct uniform. If this happens, please notify your child’s Teacher (or PC Teacher in the Secondary School) as soon as possible. However, it is expected that this uniform infringement will be corrected at your earliest convenience.
If you have any questions about this, please direct them to Mrs Kirrily Donoghoe (Student Services - Primary Campus) or Mr Peter Bolt (Head of Student Services - Secondary Campus).