DRESS AND BEHAVIOUR CODE

The dress code will remain as business wear and we would like to highlight the following:


Shoes - Formal plain black leather or black leather-like shoes that can be polished.
(Casual shoes including trainers, canvas shoes, pumps (gym shoes) and boots etc. are not acceptable).  

Trousers - Plain, smart trousers.

(Casual trousers including leggings, jeggings, skin tight trousers, jeans or jean-style trousers etc. are not acceptable.)  

Skirts - should be of a reasonable length (no more than 2 inches above the knee)

Smart dresses (Knee length or longer)

Formal shirt /blouse

(Casual tops including hoodies, vests, t-shirts, short tops etc are not acceptable)

Jumper/cardigan/suit jacket and tie are optional

Dark coats (black or navy only) should be worn during cold weather.

(Other colour coats are not acceptable.)  

If students fail to meet the Sixth Form dress code they will either be sent home to change or will be asked to remove items that do not meet the Sixth Form dress code, as appropriate.  

Students are expected to comply with school expectations, including wearing student ID. This is vital from a safeguarding perspective. Students will sign an agreement outlining expectations on enrolment day.