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Sixth Form Dress

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In response to Ofsted's review into sexual abuse in schools I have reviewed our Sixth Form dress code.  The dress code has been revised to ensure that you can dress in a way that you feel comfortable whilst also respecting that we are a school based Sixth Form. The SFLT have reviewed the code with me and would like to add this message. Ms Pardoe

'We hope that you appreciate and respect the revised guidelines - we believe they will allow you more freedom in your expression as individuals. However, we also trust that you will use your judgement to make sensible decisions about whether your attire is appropriate for school.'  Karisham, Deputy Head Girl (2021-2023) 

The Sixth Form Dress Code  
We recognise that Sixth Form students have special privileges and should be able to wear their own choice of clothes rather than school uniform.  We encourage our students to dress in a way that they feel is comfortable and will best facilitate their learning.  For example, when learning in a practical subject, students are better dressed in clothing that allows the freedom of movement.  As Sixth Formers, students need to consider the balance between personal choice and the responsibility of senior students to dress in the appropriate manner for a productive and focused working environment.  Students should please take note of the following guidelines: 

  •  All clothing should be appropriate for school and in a good state of repair with no holes, tears or frayed hems/seams.  

  • Please wear shoes that allow you to move safely around the school site e.g. no flip flops  

  • No unnatural hair colours 

  • No hats 

  • One, small discreet nose stud may be worn. Other facial piercings are not permitted. 

  • Faces should be uncovered 

  • Tattoos should not be visible

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