Fountain Gate Secondary College

Girls at Fountain Gate Secondary College have been warned to keep their t-bars buckled up. They are supposed to wear plain white, black or navy blue socks with their summer uniform, and navy socks or tights in winter. However they often mix and match.

https://www.fountaingatesc.vic.edu.au/for-parents/uniforms/

Summer Uniform:

– Summer cotton College dress
– Navy polo shirt with College logo or collared white shirt with logo and College tie
– Navy shorts or Navy trousers
– White or navy socks
– Navy blue windcheater with College logo or Navy blue woollen jumper with College logo

Winter Uniform:

– Navy polo shirt with College logo or collared white shirt with logo and College tie
– College tartan winter skirt
– White or navy socks or navy stockings (not leggings)
– Navy trousers
– Navy blue windcheater with College logo or Navy blue woollen jumper with College logo

February 2011

http://www.fountaingatesc.vic.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2011/02/NEWS25FEB2011.pdf

Girls’ T Bar Sandals
We are very pleased with our school uniform, the majority of the students are wearing their uniform with pride. There is a concern regarding the wearing the T Bar sandals, too many girls are wearing them with the buckles undone, this is similar to walking around with their shoe laces being untied and poses a serious safety risk. From Monday 28th February any girl who does not have their buckles secured will be given an after school detention. If the buckles are broken they will need to be repaired or purchase traditional black leather lace up shoes.

March 2018

https://www.fountaingatesc.vic.edu.au/news-events/latest-news/assistant-principals-report-106/

Traditional lace-up leather, polishable school shoes are required. Black runners are not acceptable.

Girls may wear T Bar shoes that have a solid sole and leather uppers, shoes that are flimsy and similar to ballet slippers will not be permitted. Girls are required to have the buckles secured. If they are broken, they must be repaired or replaced.

We have a number of areas which require feet to be fully covered e.g. Science labs, Technology, Home Economics for safety reasons. Note: Casual shoes such as Vans, which are sold as school shoes, do not meet our School Uniform Policy.

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