Dress code

Our Sixth Form Dress Code is ‘business attire’. If uncertain, please clarify the suitability of items of clothing with the Sixth Form Team.

Hair should be of a natural colour and there should be no visible facial piercings or tattoos.

Jacket

Wearing a jacket is optional. It should be suit style, in black or grey, blue or brown.

Jackets should not be:

  • Casual
  • Leather
  • Denim
  • In colours other than black, grey, blue or brown

Shirt

A smart blouse or shirt with a discrete pattern such as a pinstripe or a subtle print pattern.

Not allowed:

  • T shirts (of any description)
  • Logoed shirts (e.g. sports manufacturers, teams, bands etc)
  • Strappy tops
  • Blouses with plunging neck lines
  • No see through fabrics
  • No crop tops of any description

Ties and scarves

Wearing a tie or a scarf is optional. They should be of a professional office style.

Jumper

Wearing a jumper is optional, but when worn they should be a plain jumper, V neck or cardigan.

Not allowed:

  • Hoodies
  • Bodywarmers

Dresses

Tailored or professional office style, dresses should finish at knee length or below.

Not allowed:

  • Bodycon dresses
  • Backless or revealing necklines
  • Dresses that finish above knee length
  • Skater Dresses
  • No see through fabric
  • No patterned tights or leggings
  • No branding or logos

Skirt

A smart office style skirt, which should be worn to at least knee length.

Not allowed:

  • Bodycon skirts
  • Short skirts
  • No patterned tights or leggings
  • No branding or logos

Trousers

Full length professional style trousers, or tailored cropped trousers.

Not allowed:

  • Fashion trousers
  • Leggings / jeggings
  • Jeans/jean style trousers
  • Skinny fit trousers
  • No branding or logos

Shoes

Smart shoes, suitable for school.

Not allowed:

  • Canvas Pumps or trainers
  • Sandals
  • Backless shoes
  • Heels higher than 4cm

Coats

Outdoor coats can be worn to and from school in the event of inclement weather.

Not allowed:

  • Hoodies