Sixth Form Uniform
Sixth Formers are required to dress smartly and be presentable at all times.
For girls we expect:
A tailored skirt of mid-length (not of stretch fabric) with a suit jacket
Tailored trousers, with a suit jacket
A smart dress (non-stretch) of mid length with a suit jacket
These may be worn with smart shoes or smart ankle boots.
For boys we expect:
A two or three piece suit
Smart shoes or smart boots
For both boys and girls
- No facial or visible body piercings, other than earrings which have a butterfly back, with a maximum of two in the lower earlobe
- No visible tattoos
- Hair dyed other than a completely natural colour is unacceptable. Hairstyles should be appropriate for a smart office environment and must not be extreme in style or length
- No jeans, leggings, hoodies, sweatshirts, vests or t shirts
- No ripped or fishnet tights
- No trainers, canvas shoes, platform boots or Dr Martin boots
- Shoulders and midriffs are not to be exposed
Our aim is to establish a clear distinction between what is worn socially at weekends, and in the evenings, and what is worn during the working week. Remember that sixth formers set an example to the rest of the school. The judgement of the Head of Sixth Form in matters of interpretation of the Sixth Form Uniform is final.
Students’ appearance will be monitored by their tutors; they will be reminded of our regulations and expected to conform. Where there is a problem, students will be issued with a behaviour point in accordance with the behaviour system.