When students wear a school uniform, they feel included in our school community. Students, teachers, parents and carers, as well as members of our local community helped develop our school uniform to make sure it:
meets the requirements of occupational health and safety, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity legislation
includes items that are affordable, comfortable and made from easy-care and easy-wear fabrics
is appropriate for the full range of school activities
Wyndham College is a uniform school. All Students must wear their uniform and carry their student ID on campus as this provides identification for security on a site that also provides for TAFE and University students. Wyndham College does not have gates or fences and only students in school uniform are permitted on school grounds.
• (Girls) blue collared blouse with school emblem and school skirt or black tailored pants (not jeans, trackpants or leggings)
• (Boys) blue collared shirt with school emblem and black trousers (not jeans or trackpants) or shorts (can be worn in Terms 1 and 4 only)
• white socks (unless under long pants, then black)
• minimal safe jewellery
• black school jacket and or jumper
• only plain white undershirts to be worn.
Only zip style school black boys trousers and shorts or girls black tailored pants purchased from the uniform shop are acceptable.
Note:caps, beanies etc should not be worn inside buildings.
Year 12 senior jacket
Year Advisers will liaise with Year 11 students to develop a jacket design that is unique to the cohort. Students can then then place an order with the Year Advisers in Term 2 who will organise to have the jackets custom made. Students may choose an appropriate nickname for their jacket. All nicknames must be approved by Year Advisers. Jackets will usually arrive in Term 4 or early in Term 1 and may be worn throughout Year 12.
We would like to acknowledge the Dharug people who are the traditional custodians of this land on which our College is situated. We would like to pay respect to Elders both past and present of the Eora nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people.
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