Students in the Sixth Form are required to dress smartly to the standard required by a professional place of employment in business dress.
Clothing should be neat and simple in style and jewellery should be unobtrusive. All clothing should be of a suitably restrained colour and style, smart trouser / skirt suits are ideally recommended.
- Shirts / tops: smart, with sleeves (no thin straps) collared or high necked (no cleavage).
- Skirts/dresses: knee length or longer; no denim.
- Tailored trousers: no corduroy (or similar), canvas trousers or denim (or coloured jeans) or leg-ins.
- Shoes: appropriate for front line office attire; no trainers, ugg boots, flip-flops or canvas shoes.
- Jackets: appropriate for front line office wear; no hoodies.
- Suits: including jacket and tailored trousers.
- Shirt and tie.
- Shoes: appropriate for front line office attire; no trainers or canvas shoes.
- Waistcoat and/or jumper: optional, can be worn instead of a jacket; no hoodies
There is no stipulation about the colour/pattern of any of the above clothing, except that it would be considered appropriate for a front line office environment.
The expectation is that students will adhere to the above dress code when walking around the school. It is at the discretion of their class teacher to allow minor changes to the dress code once inside the classroom, laboratory, studio or workshop. In maintaining a smart appearance Sixth Form students should consider themselves role models to students in the rest of the school. The assistance of parents/carers in maintaining smart dress is very much appreciated.
Hairstyles: Hairstyles should be sensible. Extreme style and colour will NOT be permitted.
Jewellery: To be kept to a minimum.
We also ask that students do not use mobile phones or have headphones on around the school site (such as whilst moving between lessons). They should limit their usage to the Sixth Form areas (LRC2 and the café) at break and lunch-time.