Sixth Form Dress Code

Examples and Guidance

Certain expectations still exist in professional workplaces. For instance, it is still more common for men to wear ties to work. This is the only gendered difference you will find in our uniform policy. Women are welcome to wear ties as well if they wish. And, of course, students can dress according to whichever gender they identify as.

Men and Women

  • Two-piece matching suit
  • Shirt/blouse with a collar
  • Smart shoes
  • V-neck jumber can be worn over the shirt/blouse/under the jacket in cold weather
  • Studs in ear lobe(s) only. No more than two studs in each ear lobe.
  • Compulsory for men: Tie/bow-tie

Not permitted

  • Nose or any other visible body-piercings
  • Hair colour and high fashion hairstyles are not permitted
  • Visible tattoos
  • False eyelashes
  • T-shirts
  • Polo necks
  • Leggings