Sixth Form Uniform
The purpose of the Sixth Form Dress Code is to ensure students attend lessons in smart business clothing which would be acceptable in a traditional workplace, whilst allowing some freedom and flexibility to express their own personality. Students who attend in clothing which is deemed by the Sixth Form staff to be unacceptable will be asked to change even if this necessitates a journey home.
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Suits – jacket and trousers
Jacket and trousers (not necessarily a suit)
Shirts – long sleeved or short sleeved
Shoes not trainers unless wearing special attire as identified below.
Skirts or dresses at mid-thigh length or longer
Smart, tailored blouses or tops
Sweaters or jumpers
Shoes not trainers
Smart business attire is expected with students changing into smart, clean sportswear when required for Sport lessons.
Sport Academy kit is to be changed into after afternoon lessons.
Smart business attire is expected with students changing into smart, clean dance wear when required for dance lessons.
Smart business attire is expected with students changing into smart, clean drama wear when required for drama lessons.
Student Identification Lanyards, especially as they will be used to sign in and out.
Skirts above mid-thigh
Anything see-through or sheer
Backless tops or dresses
Halter neck tops or dresses
Trainers unless lessons require them
Visible piercings (other than a single discreet stud in the ear)
Tattoos (these must be covered at all times)