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Summer Uniform

Girls

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V Neck Jumper with College emblem (optional)

  • Maroon    (Years 7 - 10)
  • Navy        (Years 10 - 12)

*Year 10 students jumper colour to match blazer

V Neck Maroon Vest with College emblem (optional)

Summer Dress (to the middle of the knee – when standing)

  • Blouse - White Short sleeve overlay shirt with College emblem
  • Shorts - Navy tailored (optional)
  • Socks – Above the ankle, white cotton / nylon or Knee-hi’s, white
  • Shoes – Plain black leather uppers, flat soles, low heels, lace up style (Flat ballet or T bar shoes are not permitted)

College Blazer

  • Maroon (Years 7 – 10)
  • Navy (Years 10 - 12)

*Navy blazer compulsory for Year 10 in 2019.

Navy Rain Jacket with College emblem
(optional – to be worn over the blazer) – in wet weather only

College navy cap / bucket hat*
*All students are urged to wear this item in summer months to give protection against the sun. Students are encouraged to own an umbrella for wet weather.

Boys

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V Neck Jumper with College emblem (optional)

  • Maroon    (Years 7 - 10)
  • Navy        (Years 10 - 12)

*Year 10 students jumper colour to match blazer

V Neck Maroon Vest with College emblem (optional)

  • Trousers – Grey - tailored pleated pants OR College Shorts, grey tailor waisted – ALL trousers/shorts are embroidered with PCC
  • Shirt – White, short sleeve, open neck style, soft collar with College emblem OR white short sleeve overlay shirt with College emblem
  • Shoes – Plain black leather uppers, flat soles, low heels, lace up style
  • Socks – grey (above the ankle or walk socks to be worn with shorts)
  • Belt – Black

College Blazer

  • Maroon (Years 7 – 10)
  • Navy (Years 10 - 12)

*Navy blazer compulsory for Year 10 in 2019.

Navy Rain Jacket with College emblem
(optional – to be worn over the blazer) – in wet weather only

College navy cap / bucket hat*
*All students are urged to wear this item in summer months to give protection against the sun. Students are encouraged to own an umbrella for wet weather.

Winter Uniform

Girls

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V Neck Jumper with College emblem (optional)

  • Maroon    (Years 7 - 10)
  • Navy        (Years 10 - 12)

*Year 10 students jumper colour to match blazer

V Neck Maroon Vest with College emblem (optional)

Winter Skirt (to the middle of the knee – when standing)

  • Navy opaque stockings / navy tights (No socks permitted under or over tights) OR
  • Slacks - Navy tailored pleated pants with side pockets
  • Belt - Black
  • Socks - Black or navy
  • Blouse – White with College emblem
  • College Tie
    o    Navy with College logo
  • Shoes - Plain black leather uppers, flat soles, low heels, lace up style (Flat ballet or T bar shoes are not permitted)

College Blazer

  • Maroon (Years 7 – 10)
  • Navy (Years 10 - 12)

*Navy blazer compulsory for Year 10 in 2019.

Navy Rain Jacket with College emblem (optional – to be worn over the blazer) – in wet weather only

Scarf - Navy with College emblem (optional)

Gloves - Plain navy (optional)

 

Boys

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V Neck Jumper with College emblem (optional)

  • Maroon    (Years 7 - 10)
  • Navy        (Years 10 - 12)

*Year 10 students jumper colour to match blazer

V Neck Maroon Vest with College emblem (optional)

  • Trousers – Grey - tailored pleated pants OR College Shorts, grey tailor waisted – ALL trousers/shorts are embroidered with PCC
  • Shirt – White, long sleeve (to be tucked into the trousers)
  • College Tie
    o    Navy with College logo
  • Shoes – Plain black leather uppers, flat soles, low heels, lace up style
  • Socks – Grey or black - above the ankle
  • Belt – Black

College Blazer

  • Maroon (Years 7 – 10)
  • Navy (Years 10 - 12)

*Navy blazer compulsory for Year 10 in 2019.

Navy Rain Jacket with College emblem (optional – to be worn over the blazer) – in wet weather only

Scarf - Navy with College emblem (optional)

Gloves - Plain navy (optional)

 

 

 

Sports Uniform - Boys & Girls

Rugby Top Vertical stripe

Polo Top – navy with House colour panels

Shorts Navy with maroon trim

Tracksuit Track pants & top with maroon trim

College Bathers (optional) – (Compulsory for members of the College swimming squad)

College Rash top (optional)

PE Fleecy Lined Jacket (optional) – Navy & Maroon with College emblem – to be worn only with Sports Uniform, over the Tracksuit Top, Rugby Top or Polo top

Socks - White or College - above the ankle socks

College navy baseball cap or bucket hat*

Footwear – Cross trainer or running shoes – appropriate to the activity

Navy Rain Jacket with College emblem (optional – to be worn over the blazer or on allocated PE days over the Tracksuit or Rugby Top) – in wet weather only.

At no stage does the PE jacket replace the College blazer.

Senior Students: Students who are undertaking studies in Physical Education, VCAL, CommRec or Outdoor & Environmental Studies are required to possess the full College sports uniform.

Please ensure that footwear worn with the College sports uniform is appropriate to the activity and is in keeping with the College Student Dress Code. For health and safety reasons students need to be wearing runners / cross trainers that support their feet, not Futsal shoes or slip on canvas shoes. Please refer to the pictures before purchasing footwear items.

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Academy Uniforms run a school shop service at the Broadmeadows Campus in the current second hand uniform area in the Mannes building on:

Wednesday mornings from 8:00 - 9:30am

Thursday afternoons from 3:00 - 4:00pm


COLLEGE BLAZER
This garment must be worn by all students in Terms 2 – 4 to and from the College.  Students will also be required to wear the blazer for formal occasions such as assemblies, Masses, school photos, excursions etc.    If the forecast temperature by the Bureau of Meteorology is 28° or above the blazer is not required.

COLLEGE PIN
Every student new to the College will be presented with a College Pin.  This is to be worn on the left lapel of the College Blazer.  If the pin is lost, it is the student’s responsibility to purchase a replacement from the Campus Office.  The only other pins that can be worn with the College Pin are ones authorised by the College.

SCHOOL BAG
All students must have the navy blue Penola Catholic College back pack with the College emblem.
The College bag may only be purchased at the College.

HAIR / GROOMING
The College expects students’ hair to be neat and tidy.  Students’ hair should be off the face and tied back if collar length or longer.  Flamboyant hairstyles or unnatural hair colouring are not permittedStudents are not permitted to shave their heads.  A number 1 haircut is the shortest permitted.  Boys are required to be clean shaven.  Sideburns to the bottom of the ear lobe are permitted.
The College reserves the right to determine what constitutes a ‘flamboyant’ hairstyle or ‘unnatural’ hair colouring.

OTHER PERMITTED ITEMS      

  • Hair ribbons - single colour: navy or maroon
  • Headbands - navy or maroon - girls only
  • Hair combs / clips / hair ties - to match hair colour
  • Wristwatch
  • One pair small ear studs or sleepers – gold or silver – to be worn one per ear lobe
  • Small silver or gold cross (30mm max) on a matching chain
  • Items purchased as a result of fundraising may only be worn during the appropriate week. No other items of jewellery will be permitted - unauthorised items will be confiscated until the end of term.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

  • For outdoor activities, students are required to comply with the College Sun Smart Policy.
    The sports uniform is to be worn on days when students have a double period P.E. If the College sports uniform cannot be worn; students must attend school wearing the College Uniform
  • The Summer Uniform is worn from February – April 16 and from October 8 - December. (See changeover period information)
  • The Winter Uniform is worn from the beginning of Term Two until September 21 (See changeover period information)

Students not in full uniform and without a uniform pass, will incur a detention.  Repeated offences will result in the student being sent home to change.

ITEMS NOT PERMITTED

  • Skivvies, T-shirts, etc. which can be seen though the white shirt or at the collar
  • Jewellery (except as listed in permitted items)
  • Nose rings or studs
  • Any facial piercing including clear inserts etc.
  • Visible body piercing (even if covered)
  • Make-up, coloured nail polish (including French polish) and false / acrylic nails
  • Hair colouring / styles designed to draw attention to the student (e.g. flamboyant, shaved stripes, Mohawk looks, checkerboard looks, tails, etc.)
  • Visible tattoos
  • Coloured contact lenses
  • Caps / beanies – other than prescribed College Cap
  • Eyelash extensions / fake eyelashes
  • Aerosols - The usage of any type of aerosol product is banned at the College, Sporting events and all events where students are in confined spaces. Aerosol sprays have been proven to act as a trigger to an (often) serious asthma attack or severe migraine. These allergies can lead to life threatening anaphylaxis.

UNIFORM CHANGEOVER PERIOD
The College has designated particular uniform changeover periods during the year.
During the following changeover period, students may wear either full summer or full winter uniform:

  • 16th April – 20th April
  • 8th October – 12th October
    These arrangements may be varied by the College in cases of unseasonal weather.

BREACHES OF THE CODE OF DRESS
Students are expected to wear the correct, prescribed items of uniform at all times.  Breaches of the dress code will incur disciplinary consequences consistent with the Student Wellbeing and Personal Responsibility Policy.

If, in emergency situations, a student is unable to be in uniform, a dated note signed by the parent/guardian, stating the emergency reason and requesting a uniform pass must be provided to the Year Level co-ordinator before home group.  Emergency items of secondhand uniform may be available for use temporarily by students out of uniform.

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
In special circumstances some students may find difficulty meeting the uniform requirements.  In these cases, the Principal’s Secretary should be contacted for an appointment with the Principal to discuss the circumstances and possible assistance.

Junior Campus:
35 William St., Glenroy, VIC 3046
Senior Campus:
29 Gibson St., Broadmeadows, VIC 3047
Postal Address:
PO Box 637, Glenroy, VIC 3046



Email:
Telephone:
(03) 9301-2777
Fax:
(03) 9301-2770