Sixth Form Dress Code
The school is noted for the smart appearance of its students and those in the Sixth Form play a leading role in this.
A matching suit or combination of:
Tailored jacket with:
Tailored trousers (not leggings/jeggings)
A tailored skirt of at least knee length and not of stretch fabric
Smart tailored dress, of at least knee length
These should be in plain business colours (for example black, navy blue or grey) and must be worn with:
For boys: a shirt and tie
For girls: a smart shirt, blouse or top. This must have a sleeve or full shoulder (spaghetti straps or vest tops are not permitted).
Smart dark-coloured, closed-toe shoes or boots (with a low heel for health and safety reasons) which can be polished.
In all respects, formal styles and lengths are required.
No facial or body piercings other than earrings are allowed. (Earrings should be small for Health & Safety reasons.)
Tattoos (It is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to have a tattoo, even with parental consent.)
Hair styles and colour should be appropriate for a working environment.
All clothing should be clean and in good repair.
STUDENTS NOT ADHERING TO THE DRESS CODE WILL BE GIVEN A UNIFORM INFRINGEMENT MARK AND MAY BE SENT HOME TO CHANGE.
In cases where there is uncertainty, decisions will be at the discretion of either the Director of Sixth Form, the Director of Student Progress: Year 12 or the Sixth Form Learning Manager.