All students are required to wear full uniform each day
View our Uniform Policy here, or read our Frequently Asked Questions.
College uniforms are provided by our uniform partner, Alinta Apparel. To make an on-site fitting appointment, review prices or place an order online, create an account with Alinta Apparel.
BCC On-Site Uniform Shop
Tuesday 1pm – 3:30pm
Wednesday 1pm – 3:30pm
Thursday 8am – 11am
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the wearing of a uniform compulsory at Belmont Christian College?
Yes, all students are required to wear the College uniform when attending Belmont Christian College.
Where do I buy a College uniform and accessories?
Belmont Christian College has established a uniform partnership with Alinta Apparel. On-site uniform fittings and accessory purchases can be made during Term time (see opening hours at the top of this page). Phone 0403 587 385 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Note: A range of second-hand uniform options are available through a Facebook group called ‘BCC buy and swap second hand school uniforms.’
I would like to see a summary of all the College uniform items. Where do I go?
Download the “Uniform Summary” at the top of this page to see a summary of all the College uniform items.
What are the most recent updates to the College uniform?
Primary School girls in Kindergarten to Year 6 wear the BCC Winter Tunic OR the navy pants with sky blue pinstripe (i.e. slacks) throughout Terms 2 and 3. The BCC Primary Winter blouse to be worn with the navy pants (i.e. slacks).
Secondary School girls in Years 7 to 12 wear the grey skirt OR the navy pants with sky blue pinstripe all year round. At present these pants do not have any adjustment, they are fitted. The style will have an internal adjustable waist style for 2023, which will accommodate the younger students especially, with a better fit.
NB: We request that the girls’ uniform pants are not altered insofar as the alteration changes the style and dress length (hem to sit on the shoe) of the pants.
A boys untucked shirt style has been sourced for Summer wear for all SS and PS boys (Yrs 7-10 blue, Yrs 11-12 white), and we will be changing to a light cord for all other formal shirts/blouses. This is the same material as the current Secondary School girls’ blouse. Both of these changes will be a slow introduction.
What is the College shoe policy?
Primary School Boys
Black, polishable leather lace-up or velcro school shoes.
Primary School Girls
Black, polishable leather lace-up, velcro or buckle school shoes.
Black, enclosed leather lace-up school shoes with substantial soles and a distinct heel. The leather must cover the whole upper foot, (a ‘flow-through’ tongue’ is preferable), and not have a platform sole or extend over the ankle. This style meets safety requirements for practical subjects.
Must be a supportive jogger or cross-trainer, predominantly one colour. Shoelaces need to match the predominant colouring of the shoe. Joggers/cross-trainers are ONLY to be worn with the sports uniform.
Which style/type of shoe is NOT permitted?
Ballet types, buckle or strap styles (except in Primary School as above), slip-ons, high heels, open weave, open toe or open heel styles, skater styles, ankle boots (such as Doc Martin or Jimmy style), shoes with excessive laces or perforations, casual or canvas shoes. These styles do not meet health and safety standards.
Can my child wear a uniform with the old logo (i.e. Crest with open book)?
The old logo (crest with open book) are no longer permitted.
Does my child need to wear a hat when outside?
In our Primary School, there is a ‘No hat, no play’ policy in place. In Secondary School, students are required to wear a hat when in sports uniform or during sport/PE.