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Dress Code

Sixth Form Dress Code - Smart Casual

Ask yourself these questions when you get dressed for sixth form each day:

ü  Do I look smart?

ü  Does my outfit send out the right message to others? In other words, is this something I might wear to interview or to an important meeting?

Sober = Classic colours – Navy, Black, Grey, Dark maroon, Blue, Dark green.  No neon colours

Boys

Girls

ü  Plain black jeans ( No rips, studs, writing or fading )

ü  Smart shoes or converse ( Plain and sober colour)

No trainers

ü  Chino trousers ( sober colour )

No shorts

ü  Plain jumper or plain cardigan (sober colour)

ü  Blazer or suit type jacket ( sober colour and/or subtle pattern)

ü  Shirt ( sober colour/subtle patterns)

ü  Plain T shirt or plain polo shirt ( sober colour)

ü  Ties may be worn

No large check type shirts. No low slung trousers.

Hoodies and sweatshirts are not to be worn inside any school building.

ü  Waist coats may be worn – (Sober colours)

ü  Plain black jeans ( No rips, studs, writing or fading )

ü  Smart shoes or converse ( Plain and sober colour)

No trainers, No flip flops, No open toe sandals,shoes with a sensible heel, flesh coloured , black or subtle patterned tights.

ü  Chino trousers, smart capri, smart cropped trousers ( sober colour )

No shorts, No dungarees. No leggings, No footles tights, no jeggings

ü  Plain jumper or plain cardigan (sober colour)

ü  Blazer or suit type jacket ( sober colour and/or subtle pattern)

ü  Shirt ( sober colour/subtle patterns)

ü  Plain T shirt or plain polo shirt ( sober colour)

No large check type shirts, No underwear to be visible through blouses or shirts, No crop styles, No strap or bikini style vests, No low cut tops, No playsuits or jumpsuits, No patterned  or low slung trousers. Hoodies and sweatshirts are not to be worn inside any school building.

ü  Dresses – Not excessively short (sober colours and/or subtle pattern )

No denim dresses or skirts or tube/body con style

ü  Skirts – Pencil or skater style. Not excessively short.

ü  Waist coats may be worn – (Sober colours )

Jewellery – (Boys and Girls)

ü  Small stud earings can be worn only in the ear

ü  A sensible amount of jewellery to be worn

ü  Clear studs may be worn

No visible facial piercings

No visible tattoos

 

 Hair and Makeup ( Boys and Girls)

ü  Day makeup may be worn

No extreme haircuts, colours or styles.

No hats or caps to be worn in the school building

Within this dress code the school reserves the right to determine if an article of student dress is acceptable to be worn