Dress Code

    Sixth Form Dress Code

    Students are not required to wear a formal uniform in the Sixth Form; they are however required to dress suitably for a day’s work in a relatively formal environment.  Any student who is unsure of what to wear should see Miss Worrell, Ms Griggs or Mrs Davies.

    Dress Code for female students:

    • Skirts should be nearer to the knee than the hips in length.
    • No over-the-knee socks
    • No Shorts.
    • Trousers should be cropped or full length and tailored.
    • Tops should overlap the top of the trousers or skirt and have shoulder straps (not thin, at least 2” wide).  No low cut or crop tops.
    • Dresses – lengths as for skirts, straps / sleeves as for tops
    • No Leggings
    • Shoes – beach style flip flops are NOT acceptable.  No canvas pumps or trainers, e.g. Converse or Vans. No extremely high heels or platforms for Heath and Safety reasons.
    • Hair should be of a natural colour (no blues, pinks etc..)
    • No visible facial piercings, except earrings.
    • No visible tattoos.
    • Sports wear only to be worn when taking part in physical activity.
    • No hoodies or sweatshirts.
    • No hats to be worn indoors.
    • No denim of any description.  This includes white, black, jackets, skirts or jeggings.  No body cons or exceedingly tight clothing to be worn.

    Dress Code for male students:

    • Smart trousers, shirt (tie optional).
    • No denim of any description.
    • Shoe regulations as above.
    • Clean shaven or a neat beard / neat moustache (i.e. no designer stubble please).
    • No visible facial piercings, except earrings.
    • No visible tattoos
    • No hats to be worn indoors.
    • Hair of natural colour
    • Sports wear only to be worn when taking part in physical activity.
    • No hoodies or sweatshirts.
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