Post 16 Dress Code
|Expectations||Guidance & Restrictions|
|Skirt or full length smart trousers||
No blue or coloured denim: jeans, jackets, shorts or other accessories.
No jean-style trousers (cotton trousers that look like jeans are not acceptable)
No combat, sports excessively patterned or frayed trousers
No mini or leather skirts
No leggings (unless black and worn under a skirt of an appropriate length), ski pants or footless tights
No hooded tops: a hood on a jacket acceptable
No leather trousers
No tops with an obvious logo
|Top with sleeves||
Sleeves may be short or long. No strappy tops
Style to cover cleavage and midriff
Shirt should have a collar
Boys must wear a collared shirt with a tie
|Shoes, sandals or leather boots||
No flip flops or sandals without a strap at back
No trainers or Converse shoes/boots, Vans or Dr Marten style boots
No rubber soled shoes
|Tailored jacket||Optional, not denim or leather|
Formal occasions (when Post 16 students represent the school, including presenting assemblies)
|Expectations||Guidance & restrictions|
|BLACK skirt of reasonable length or BLACK full length smart trousers||As above|
|BLACK or WHITE top with sleeves||
Boys shirt and tie with jacket
|BLACK shoes, sandals or leather boots||As above|
|BLACK tailored jacket||Optional|
- A single discreet nose stud may be worn. Other facial jewellery and visible tattoos are not acceptable. Students’ hair colours must be those which are naturally occurring colours (for example no purple, but brown or blonde are acceptable).
- For PE activities, students must bring sports clothing which is not worn in school during the day.
- All 6th form students need to wear their ID lanyard when on the school premises.
This dress code indicates the standard of dress expected of Post 16 students. Hats and outdoor clothing should not be worn in school. Students who attend school or school functions wearing inappropriate clothing may be sent home to change.