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    Dress Code

    Sixth Form Dress Code

    Boys

    • 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.

    Girls

    • 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."
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