Sixth Form Dress Code
The Sixth Form dress code is designed to enable students to look at their professional best. The dress code allows considerable freedom whilst ensuring that everyone's appearance is smart, sober in style and business-like. We have recognised some differences in uniform between girls and boys to enable students to remain smart, whilst allowing some room for current styles. This has been in response to feedback from Senior Prefects.
In addition to the above:
- A formal suit in black, blue, grey, navy or maroon. Jacket and trousers must match.
- A formal shirt with a collar and sleeves
- A formal tie which must be visible at all times.
- Jackets must be worn and must be blazers or another formal style.
- Skirts must be worn with tights.
- Skirts must not be too short or clingy. Students breaking this rule will be given a replacement skirt by Ms Hern.
- Trousers should be formal in style. Leggings are not permitted.
- Shirts/blouses/tops can be plain or patterned but must be formally cut.
- No strappy or low cut tops.
- No Leather or Pleather
- Outdoor coats, jackets and scarves should not be worn inside the school buildings.
- Students are permitted to wear studs in ear piercings. A single small stud is allowed for a nose piercing.
- Extremes of hair style and/or colour are unacceptable.
- Formal footwear must be worn.