Suit or smart jacket/blazer
Formal collared shirt and tie
Smart trousers (no jeans)
Plain smart shoes
Suit or smart jacket/blazer with:
Formal shirt/blouse and smart trousers (no jeans/leggings/jeggings) or
Pencil skirt/skirt of an appropriate length (no more than 2 inches above the knee) or
Tailored dress of an appropriate length (no more than 2 inches above the knee)
Plain smart shoes (flat or moderate heel)
Plain jumper/cardigan to be worn under jacket/blazer
Small stud or hoop earing
Smart outdoor coat
Smart jumper/cardigan to be worn under jacket/blazer
Stud or small hoop earrings
Simply jewellery (facial piercings not permitted)
Modest makeup and nail varnish
Practical smart boots (not ‘Ugg’ or combat-style boots)
Smart outdoor coat
Trainers, plimsoles, hoodies, durags, visible vest tops, shorts, ‘skorts’, revealing clothing including strappy tops, torn clothing, T-shirts, clothing with chains and/or attachments, clothing with written statements, facial piercings, impractical or dangerous footwear, stilettoes and flimsy footwear, sweatshirts or polo shirts.
Students should not have patterns or logos shaved into their hair and it should not be of a colour that could be described as unnatural.
Etiquette as Sixth Form Role Models
Undergarments must not be visible. Coats, caps, hats, hoods, scarves and sunglasses must not be worn indoors. Tattoos must not be visible. MP3 players/mobile phones must not be visible whilst walking around the school site. Eating to take place only in permitted areas.
Students who do not adhere to the dress code despite a clear warning may be sent home to change or face further sanctions.
Please note, the lists above are not exhaustive and individual judgements may be made about the dress or appearance of students by the school’s Sixth Form Team or Senior Leadership Team.