Dress Code

 

 

Students should wear smart business dress.  In general, this means that students should wear tailored trousers, a skirt or a dress with a formal shirt or top.  In winter, neat jumpers or cardigans can be worn over the shirts or tops.  Shoes should be leather or leather-style work shoes.

The following items do not portray a professional image and should not be worn in Sixth Form:  

• Cropped t-shirts or trousers, shorts,  halter neck tops or any clothing with excess flesh visible,  visible underwear or skirts above mid-thigh  

• Casual T-shirts or jumpers (including polo shirts), sweat tops, hoodies or any clothing with slogans or unsuitable brand names that may cause offence  

• Trainers, canvas shoes or flip-flops  

• Baseball caps  

• Sportswear including football shirts, rugby tops, sports jackets or tracksuit bottoms

 • Jeans, jean skirts or jackets of any colour or type. 

• Extremes of fashion are not acceptable: this includes hairstyles, makeup, visible body piercings (with the exception of ear and nose piercing.  Nose rings should be studs only), as well as clothes 

Students who do not follow the dress code policy will be offered the chance to change their clothes and will receive a sanction, as per the behaviour policy. Students who continue to breach the code will be sent home to get changed, and items of clothing may be subject to confiscation.

 

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