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  • Early Close and Late Start

    Students will finish school at the earlier time of 1.25pm on Wednesday 27th September and come in at the later time of 9.40am on Thursday 28th September because we are holding our Open Evening on the evening of the 27th September. ...
  • Year 7 Open Evening - 27th Sept 2017

    Our Open Evening for prospective Year 7 students will be held on Wednesday 27th September 2017 at 6pm.  Our Headteacher will speak at 6.30pm and 7.30pm...
  • Ofsted Parent View

    Your Views Matter As a school we very much value the support we receive from parents and you have the opportunity to provide feedback on key areas of school life by completing a short questionnaire on the Ofsted Parent View website.  Please click on the link:

    Dress Code

    Sixth Form Dress Code


    • Black or grey or navy suit
    • White shirt
    • Sixth Form tie
    • If a jumper is worn, it should be plain black or grey or navy and a v-neck.
    • Shoes should be appropriate to wear with a suit and not trainers or black canvas shoes.


    • Plain white or cream blouse with a collar
    • Black or grey or navy suit: jacket and skirt (of suitable length) or jacket and trousers (tailored not stretchy material).
    • No shorts, leggings, jumper or t-shirt dresses should be worn instead of a suit.
    • If a plain black or grey or navy jumper is worn, it should be a v-neck suitable to wear underneath a jacket.
    • Footwear should be suitable to wear with a suit.
    • Non-acceptable forms of clothing are: T-shirts, sweatshirts, crop tops, roll necks and bodies, Ugg boots, trainers and very high heels etc.


    Adherence to the dress code is expected at all times and will enhance the business-like purpose of your time in the Sixth Form.  Students not conforming to the dress code should expect to be sent home to change.


    • No visible piercings (excluding ear piercings)
    • No extreme hairstyles (if dyed only natural colours will be accepted)


    "Sixth Form students are impressively mature and provide excellent role models for younger students."