Dress Code

All sixth form students are expected to maintain a smart appearance in keeping with a formal, working environment. All sixth form pupils are role models for younger pupils and hold key leadership or mentoring roles across the school.

Boys

  • Formal shirt with a collar.
  • A formal, tailored suit.
  • Formal plain leather or leather type shoes/boots.
  • Clean shaven
  • Hair should be neat and tidy with no extreme hairstyles
  • Sensible hair colour·          

Girls

  • A formal trouser, skirt or dress, tailored suit.
  • Skirt to be a sensible length
  • A formal blouse or tailored top/jumper with sleeves to ensure shoulders are covered.
  • Formal leather or leather type shoes/boots/sandals
  • Hair should be neat and tidy with no extreme hairstyles
  • Sensible hair colour
  • One pair of stud earrings (girls only)

The following are not appropriate for a formal working environment and consequently are not allowed:

  • Strappy/halter-neck tops or vests that expose the midriff, cleavage, chest or  shoulders
  • Denim jeans, jackets or shirts. Chinos or lumberjack shirts.
  • Combats, cargo pants, shorts, cut-offs, leggings, playsuits, cropped, harem or  skinny trousers
  • Sportswear such as sweatshirts, tracksuits, polo shirts or ‘hoodies’, t–shirts with logos
  • Mini or micro length skirts or dresses
  • Casual footwear (Ugg boots, canvas shoes, flip flops, deck shoes)
  • Shaved heads
  • Visible body art