SIXTH FORM DRESS CODE

Dress Code

Sixth Formers should take pride in their school and themselves. They should look smart and presentable at all times. Students should dress in formal business wear. This means:

Male students in the Sixth Form must wear:

  • A business-style suit.
  • Collared shirt or polo neck jumper.
  • Full-length neck tie.
  • No chinos.
  • Optional jumper or cardigan in a fine weave (plain, v neck) (no sweatshirt material).
  • Black or brown sensible, formal shoes. No trainers, Vans or desert boots.
  • A smart coat or jacket may be worn around school.
  • Hoodies are not permitted. Jumpers with logos may not be worn.

Female students in the Sixth Form must wear:

  • A business-style suit with trousers or skirt (these may be mixed and matched).
  • The suit jacket must be worn at all times around school.
  • A smart blouse, shirt or top.
  • A business-style dress.
  • No plunging neck lines or bare shoulders.
  • No visible bras/bra straps (includes spaghetti style tops or dresses).
  • Skirts should be no shorter than just above the knee.
  • Tailored trousers only: No chinos, jeans, legging or stretchy trousers.
  • Optional jumper or cardigan in a fine weave (plain, v neck).
  • Dark sensible, formal shoes, flat or with a small heel. No trainers, Vans or chunky boots.
  • A smart coat or jacket may be worn around school.
  • Hoodies are not permitted. Jumpers with logos may not be worn.

Sixth Form games afternoon:

  • Black hoodie with school logo.
  • Navy blue polo shirt with the school logo.
  • Black or navy shorts / tracksuit bottoms.
  • Girls may wear running leggings.
  • Appropriate clothes for rugby may be worn.

Notes:

  • Coats, hats and scarves must be removed on entering the school buildings.
  • Earrings should be studs and students should have no more than one piercing in each lobe.
  • Jewellery related to sincere religious observance may be worn.
  • Any nasal or other facial piercing must be removed
  • Students may have facial hair, but it should be kempt.
  • All students should remain in uniform all day including study periods and time in boarding houses.
  • No extreme hairstyles are permitted in terms of cut or colour.

The final decision in relation to the Dress Code rests with a member of the Sixth Form team.