Dress Code

As a sixth former you no longer need to wear a uniform, but should dress appropriately for a working environment in sixth form. Clothing should be smart casual.

Dressing appropriately whilst expressing your individuality and exploring your personal identity is all part of your journey to adulthood, and as senior students it sets a positive example for students in the lower school. How you choose to dress demonstrates what you value, expresses who you are, and also demonstrates you taking personal responsibility, whilst setting a positive example for the lower school.

Guidance on what is not permitted:

  • No extreme facial piercings
  • No low necklines, crop tops, short skirts or transparent clothing
  • No beachwear, flip flops, or extreme high heels
  • No faded or ripped jeans
  • No inappropriate slogans or images