The Gospels are full of examples of Christ going out of his way to underline that his promise of salvation is inclusive, it is open to all, and he models this for us by associating himself with the marginalised of His community.
At Salesian College Sunbury, we take our responsibilities around child safety very seriously. We endeavour to create a culture where no one feels marginalised, where no one has to endure harassment and bullying. As we continue on our journey to ensure our Child Safety implementation is a living document I wanted to remind families the importance of letting the College know if a student feels unsafe at the College, without being informed of concerns it is hard for a school to respond. There are various ways students can let us know if they feel unsafe. Letting a trusted teacher know- who will then pass it on to a HL, letting the wellbeing team know, or filling the online form via schoolbox.
A reminder all students are to be in full summer uniform from Monday 7 October (Day 1 of Term 4) Please check the uniform over the upcoming holidays to make sure everything is ready to go. Dress length needs to knee length, shoes polished, Blazer dry cleaned, hair styled in a way that is acceptable at the College. The following is example of the College expectations. Year 12 students are able to wear the Year 12 ‘Hoodie’ to and from school in Term 4.
General Uniform Comments
Students may wear one small plain stud per ear.
Bracelets and rings are not permitted. Religious necklaces are permitted, but they must not be visible.
Students wearing items of jewellery that are not permitted will be asked to remove them and they will be held in a safe for the remainder of the school term.
Piercings & Tattoos
Students are not permitted to have any facial or tongue piercings at the College, including spacers. Visible tattoos are also not permitted. Students wearing piercing jewellery are not permitted and will be asked to remove the item and they will be held in a safe for the remainder of the school term.
Students refusing to remove a piercing will be sent home from school
Grooming & Makeup
Makeup is not permitted. Coloured nail polish and long false nails are not permitted.
Boys must be clean shaven.
Hair must be clean, neatly styled and natural in colour and be kept off the face, ears and collar. Accessories must be discreet, small and plain in colour. For safety reasons some classes do require students’ hair to be tied back completely.
Students in breach of appropriate hair expectations will be asked to correct the colour/style, and some may be asked to stay at home until colour/style is corrected.
An update from our Principal, Mr Mark Brockhus, as we prepare to commence the 2020 school year.
Read an update from Acting Principal, Mrs Angela Romano
An update from our Principal, Mr Mark Brockhus, as we prepare to commence the 2019 school year.
Cricket great, Darren Lehmann, visited last week as part of our Ashes Oval Redevelopment Project and our Father's Day Breakfast