Dress Code - Sixth Form

All Sixth Form students are expected to wear a matching suit.

For girls

  • A matching suit i.e. a tailored jacket with one of trousers, skirt or dress in a dark colour (black, grey, navy or brown). The fabric and colour of both items should be the same, and not include leather, denim or corduroy. Skirt/dress length should be knee-length or below.
  • A smart shirt or blouse. Any colour or pattern is fine.
  • Appropriate smart shoes (no trainers, sandals, canvas shoes, flip flops, Doc Marten or Ugg-style boots), and not excessively high heels. Smart leather boots may be worn in winter.
  • In colder weather a smart cardigan or jumper worn under the jacket is optional.

Subtle make-up and a small amount of jewellery will be permitted. Hair should show no extremes of style/fashion; if dyed, it should reflect a natural colour. Students may accessorise with decorative scarves (not outdoor woolly ones). Piercings apart from those in the ear lobes are not permitted.

For boys

  • A matching suit i.e. a tailored jacket with trousers in a dark colour (black, grey, navy or brown). The fabric and colour of both items should be the same, and not include leather, denim or corduroy.
  • A smart shirt and tie. Any colour of either.
  • Smart shoes (no trainers, sandals, canvas shoes, flip flops, Doc Marten boots) and dark socks.
  • In colder weather a smart cardigan or jumper worn under the jacket is optional.

Jewellery should be discreet and hair should show no extremes of styles/fashions; if dyed, it should reflect a natural colour. Piercings are discouraged.

The Headteacher reserves the right to make a decision about the suitability of a student’s dress. Students may be sent home if their dress is considered unsuitable.