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Sixth Form Dress Code

We pride ourselves on our students aiming for the highest possible standards in their approach to their studies and beyond. One area in which it is a pleasure to see our Sixth Formers excel is in their smart and impressive appearance. We believe that the Sixth Form is a place of work, and that the dress code helps students have appropriate standards when they are here, and trains them for the world of work when they leave. A dress code, rather than a uniform, is a mark of their growing maturity. 

Sixth Form students should be sensitive to our community and set a good example to our younger students.

Appropriate for School

For boys:

Collared shirts (dress shirts or polo shirts)

Smart trousers or chinos

Jumper, cardigan or jacket

Smart shoes suitable for work, preferably black/brown and polishable

For girls:

Smart tops which maintain modesty (shoulders covered)

Smart trousers/chinos, skirt or dress of a modest length

Jumper, cardigan or jacket

Smart shoes suitable for work, preferably black/brown and polishable

NOT appropriate for school for all students

For all students:

T shirts

Blue, faded or ripped denim (jeans or skirt) Shorts**

Trainers, canvas shoes or flip flops

Caps & Hoodies

Short, stretchy skirts

Trainers, canvas shoes 

No leggings unless worn under a skirt

No strappy tops

 

We reserve the right to make judgements on other aspects of dress we regard as inappropriate for the Sixth Form.