Sixth Formers return to school as their place of study and work. A privilege of being a member of the Sixth Form community is that there is no longer a need to wear school uniform. However, as role models in the school, there is a responsibility to dress appropriately and in a way conducive to a place of work. Consequently, a code of dress does apply.
Clothes should be appropriate for a place of study and work. Casual clothes of smart appearance are suitable for school. These include trousers, jeans, t-shirts (without inappropriate wording or logos), jumpers, cardigans, and sweatshirts.
School is a working environment and so strapless or shoulderless tops, short skirts, shorts, plunging necklines and vest tops are not appropriate.
Senior staff and the Sixth Form Team are the arbiters of what is acceptable, and students deemed to be dressed inappropriately may be asked to leave the school site.
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