For those that have been with Heritage College for some time, you may have noticed a gradual change from the old logo (pictured right) to the new (pictured left). While there have been some small colour and font adjustments, the crest and its elements remain unchanged: the open Bible, the Dove representing the Holy Spirit, the wreath that represents the prize of achievement, the crown atop reminding us that God is sovereign and the ribbon with the motto “In Him We Live”.
Over the course of 2020, some uniform elements will be updated to include the updated Heritage College logo. You may have seen the front gates at Narre Warren South campus now reflect these changes. Eventually, all items of the uniform range will also be changed over to reflect the updated logo. We estimate this process will be completed by Term 4, 2021. For now, there are a few things changing in Term 1.
Spray Jackets (will be retired from Uniform Line end Term 1, 2020)
As of the end of Term 1, 2020, the old Spray Jacket will be retired from the official Heritage College uniform line.
A term’s grace period applies for wearing the old Spray Jackets. Old Spray Jackets can be returned to reception any time before the end of Term 1, 2020 - look out for the giant purple bins! All jackets returned will be recycled via a local retailer who specialises in garment sustainability.
Summer Uniform: New shirt for boys released
An updated shirt is available for purchase via the official uniform supplier, Noone Imagewear. The difference between the old and the new is that the new shirt contains an embroidered logo and may be worn untucked.
Questions on school uniform can be directed to your child’s classroom teacher and your deputy principal.
Mr Sonny Aiono