Whilst we do not have a uniform in the Sixth Form, we do expect students to
adhere to our Dress Code. The Dress Code reflects our working and learning
environment and also that Sixth Form students are role models for the rest
of the school who are in uniform.
Students must wear smart trousers, dresses or skirts. Ripped trousers of
any sorts are not permitted. Trousers must not have pockets on the side.
Skirts must be of an appropriate length. Tailored shorts are permissible in
Footwear must fasten and be secure. Sandals may be worn with a heel
Students may wear a smart blouse, shirt or plain coloured t-shirt (must
cover the waist, chest and shoulders).
Students must wear a smart jumper or cardigan (no hoodies).
Plain sweatshirts can be worn if worn with a shirt or polo shirt.
Lanyard and ID badge must be worn at all times.
No hats. Head scarves may be worn for religious reasons.
No leggings, jogging bottoms, cargo pants or denim.
Sports clothing is not permitted unless by prior arrangement.
Sports students may wear sports kits on days of practical PE. These
include black jogging bottoms and sports tops, white t-shirts.
The above is a guide; students not dressed appropriately will be sent home
to change at the discretion of the Head of Sixth Form or senior leadership
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The sixth form attendance protocol at our school encourages excellent
attendance and punctuality, as we know that there is a strong link between
good attendance and good progress. Simultaneously, we support students to
increasingly take responsibility for their own attendance and
self-organisation to prepare them for future opportunities in education and
work. Full information regarding our attendance protocol can be found
here: Sixth Form Attendance Protocol
We aim to support every student to reach their full potential. The
following is a guide to our academic support and is indicative rather than