Bayside Christian College has its own Uniform Shop on Campus and provides all items of our uniform, other than shoes. This added convenience is important to our many families who can purchase items needed before school, after school or by appointment during the day.
The Uniform Shop can be reached by phone through our Main Reception 4124 4417 or by email to email@example.com
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Uniform Shop Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 8.00am to 9.00am
Monday & Thursday: 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Other times by appointment.
Acceptable Standards of Attire – College Uniform
A uniform is a distinctive set of clothes worn by people within a club, group or organisation. It symbolises belonging, unity and connectivity, and should be worn with pride and with an aim of promoting the unity that comes with such standards.
At Bayside Christian College, we are very proud of our College Uniform and see it as a wonderful representation of our community, a welcoming standard, and one that clearly states our unity and sense of connectivity. The pride we take in our appearance is a measure of our self-esteem, of our respect for others within our College, the belief and commitment we owe our College and indeed the honour we bestow upon our community as we do God’s work.
Staff are expected to dress in professional dress befitting the nature of our school, the role being undertaken, and the professional standard in which we are viewed.
Students are expected to wear their full uniform as required on the various school days and ensure that it is clean and in good repair. This is a requirement of enrolment and a basic expectation of all students. Given that the uniform is a direct connection and link to our community, students are expected to wear the uniform properly in a public setting or at College functions.
The College sets each Wednesday as a special House day in which students wear their House Shirts to represent and support their House.
Hairstyles are to be neat and match the conservative nature of our College. This means hair should be a natural colour, and fashion trends or extremes of hair length are not acceptable. Hair should be trimmed above the collar or be tied back and maintained neatly. All hair ties and/or accessories should be in the College colours or House colours when wearing the House Shirt.
Nails should be kept trimmed so they do not represent a danger to any student given the various activities undertaken. Make-up is not permitted, and only clear nail polish may be worn. Jewellery is limited to two sets of plain studs or small hoop earrings. These must be plain and unobtrusive. These may need to be removed during some sport activities or taped to ensure safety.
Girls skirts should not be rolled up at the waist and should be sufficiently long such that the hem reaches the knee.