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Sixth Form Dress Code (revised)

 

The Sixth Form Dress code has been revised to reflect the smart choices that many of our students adopt and a desire on their part to benefit from an increased colour range. It also seeks to develop an office smart appearance for students who are closer to moving into the workforce. It additionally reflects the very smart appearance of students in Years 7-11.

The Sixth Form Dress Code in essence may be summed up as ‘office smart’. It applies to ALL students enrolled on ANY course in the Sixth Form. It comprises:

Gentlemen

  • Collared formal shirt with tie
  • V neck or round collared sweater, cardigan or smart jacket is optional (no large logo, image, text or branding; no hooded or tracksuit tops)
  • Formal trouser (no jean or canvas-like material or fitting tight to the skin)
  • Smart shoe, not trainers or sports shoe
  • Student ID badge must be worn at all times

 

Ladies

  • Formal trouser, skirt or dress of an appropriate length, just above the knee (no jean or canvas-like material or fitting tight to the skin)
  • Sleeved shirt, blouse or top (vest tops and low necklines are not permitted)
  • V neck or round collared sweater, cardigan or jacket is optional (no large logo, image, text or branding; no hooded tops)
  • Smart shoe, not trainers, pump or sports shoe
  • Modest make-up
  • Student ID badge must be worn at all times

 

All students

The following items are prohibited and should not be worn - except for organised sport events or as part of Project Streetly fundraising:

  • ‘Hoodies’(either zipped or over-the-head) or tracksuit top. These are not considered as acceptable replacements for a sweater or wet weather coat
  • Shorts
  • Leggings, jeggings or other variant
  • Trainers or sports shoe
  • No extremes in hairstyle
  • No facial piercings

 

The Dress Code has been designed to retain a degree of flexibility and licence whilst ensuring a smart and uniform appearance. It permits the reuse of some main school items of clothing and access to the budget school wear ranges available on the high street. Accordingly we would tolerate little deviation from it. The school reserves the right to determine whether an item of dress is casual or formal, and contributes to an ethos of ‘office smart

Students will be asked to leave school and return appropriately dressed if they do not meet the criteria outlined. Similarly, students will be asked to leave the site if they attend without their student ID.

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