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Sixth Form Dress Code

Sixth Form Dress Code

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Sixth Form Dress Code

In the Sixth Form, students have their own dress code, which should be smart, clean and within the ethos of the School.

In interpreting the guidelines, students should ensure that their overall appearance is appropriate to that of a working environment.

 

 

 

MALE:

  • Trousers, chinos, black jeans (not faded, frayed or ripped)
  • Smart tailored shorts are permitted in summer (not tracksuit material, board shorts or blue denim/rips, as above)
  • Shirts, smart polo shirts, polo necks, smart jumpers (no hoodies or large slogans/logos)
  • Round-neck t-shirts may be worn as an undershirt
  • Ties are optional
  • Clean shoes/sandals/boots in any colour (no trainers, canvas shoes or flip flops)

FEMALE:

  • Skirts/dresses (no shorter than 4 inches/10cm above the knee), leather and black denim are permitted
  • Trousers, black jeans or jeggings (not faded, frayed or ripped).  Thin leggings are not permitted unless worn beneath a dress or skirt.
  • Smart tailored shorts are permitted in summer (not tracksuit material, board shorts or blue denim/rips, as above)
  • Blouse, shirt or smart top, jumpers, cardigans. Sleeveless tops are permitted but no thin/spaghetti straps or visible bra straps.  No low-cut tops which show cleavage, bare shoulders or midriff.
  • Clean shoes/sandals/boots in any colour (no trainers, canvas shoes, Ugg boots or flip flops). Heels should be of modest height

UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS:

  • Skimpy shorts or hotpants
  • Sheer, low-cut tops or spaghetti straps
  • Hats of any kind (in lessons)
  • Sunglasses (in lessons)
  • Over-sized brand names, slogans or logos
  • Hoodies
  • Track suits
  • Blue denim
  • Trainers/canvas shoes including Converse or skater shoes
  • Ugg boots, flip flops or casual sandals such as Birkenstock
  • Soiled, frayed, ripped or faded clothing

Clothing for specific lessons such as PE, Art and dance should not be worn in public areas of the school.  Students should change before attending other lessons.

Most students meet our expectations, but those who do not conform will be sent home to remedy the problem or if this is not possible will spend the day in the Student Referral Centre.