Sixth Form Dress Code

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Boys’ Dress

  • Suit with a smart shirt and College Sixth Form tie.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times and the top button must be fastened.
  • Shoes should be smart and polished. You cannot wear training shoes.
  • Hair should be a natural colour and not cut very close to the scalp. Neither should hair be too long or unkempt.
  • You must be clean shaven every day.
  • Jewellery should not be worn.
  • Outdoor coats do not substitute as jackets. Cardigans or jumpers should be v-neck so the knot of your school tie can be seen. Please do not wear crew-neck jumpers.
  • Socks should be a dark colour.

 

 Girls’ Dress

  • Tailored trouser suit in one of the following colours: black, brown, navy blue or grey, or a conventional, tailored skirt and jacket accompanied by a blouse.
  • Formal tailored jackets must be worn every day. Neither outdoor coats nor cardigans substitute as jackets.
  • Tight-fitting, skirts are not permitted. Tops should not be low-cut and must cover the midriff. Business dress means the following are inappropriate: t-shirts, vest tops, strappy tops.
  • Cardigans or jumpers should fit neatly underneath jackets. Outdoor coats should not be worn indoors.
  • Skirts should be of an appropriate length. Just above the knee is fine.
  • Trousers should be smart and tailored. Tights should not be patterned or brightly coloured.
  • Shoes should not be high-heel (over 3 inches). Mid-heel or flats are fine. Knee-high boots, ‘Ugg’ style boots and training shoes are not acceptable.
  • Hair should be a natural colour.
  • Jewellery should be discreet. Stud earrings (one in each ear) are fine.