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Sixth Form Dress Code

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We recognise that Sixth Form students have special privileges and should be able to wear their own choice of clothes rather than school uniform.

However, Sixth Form students should dress appropriately for school and the following rules must be adhered to: 

An example of an area of Sixth Form life that encompasses both responsibilities and privileges is the Sixth Form Dress Code. While it gives you the opportunity to leave your school uniform ‘behind’, it requires you, as a senior member of the school, to show restraint and to set a good example. This dress code has been drawn up following consultation with Sixth Form students, Year 11 students, parents and staff. We recognise that Sixth Form students have special privileges and should be able to wear their own choice of clothes rather than school uniform. However, Sixth Form students should dress appropriately for school.

The following items should not be worn:
No spaghetti straps or low cut tops
Midriffs should not be visible; no cropped tops
No offensive slogans
No shorts
No frayed or torn jeans
No stilettos or flip flops
No underwear on display
No unnatural hair colours
No hats
Mini-skirts should be mid-thigh in length
One, small discreet nose stud may be worn. Other facial piercings are not permitted.
Faces should be uncovered
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