Business dress is expected to be worn at all times by Sixth Form students. The decision as to what is and is not acceptable or appropriate will rest with Mr Evans, Mr Humphrey, Mrs Hooper or Mrs Colliss.

Boys

Acceptable

  • Collared shirts
  • Smart/Tailored trousers with a single seam
  • Smart/Tailored jackets
  • Jumpers/Cardigans – plain in colour and design
  • Smart shoes

Not acceptable

  • No polo shirts, T-shirts or hoodies. Shirts should not be exces- sively patterned or brightly coloured.
  • No jeans, chinos, cords, shorts, joggers
  • No hoodies
  • No large logos or slogans
  • No trainers, daps, sandals or canvas shoes.

Girls

Acceptable

  • Skirts – Smart/tailored – Knee length
  • Trousers – Smart/tailored
  • Blouses/shirts – with or without collars
  • Smart/Tailored jackets
  • Smart/Tailored dresses – knee length
  • Jumpers/Cardigans – plain in colour and design
  • Smart shoes – flat or low to medium heels
  • Boots – flat or low to medium heels

Not acceptable

  • No lycra/stretch fabric.
  • No leggings, jeans, shorts
  • No T-shirts, large logos/slogans. No strappy tops
  • Hoodies
  • No lycra/stretch fabric.
  • No large logos or slogans
  • No open toed sandals. No high heels or platforms
  • No UGGs or similar. No high heels or platforms

We do not expect to see:

  • Facial piercings
  • Extreme ear piercing
  • Hats or caps
  • Tracksuits or jogging bottoms except for practical subjects
  • Extreme coloured hair or extreme hairstyles

Please remember: You are role models and leaders in a formal uniformed school, so you should be setting an example to the younger students. The way you dress makes a statement about you and your attitude to your work.

Sixth-Form-Dress-Code---Sep-2015

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