There is no formal uniform for sixth form but we expect students to adopt a mature approach which reflects the high standards expected of them in a working environment. 

Please accept the following guidance in relation to the sixth form dress code.


A collared shirt with smart trousers; ties are optional although many boys choose to wear one and they look great. V or crew neck jumper. Polo shirts and long, smart, tailored shorts are acceptable in the summer term.

Casual trousers, shorts, cargo trousers, denim blue jeans, logos, hoodies, or heavily patterned items are not appropriate. 

Proper leather look shoes must be worn. No trainers, flip flops, canvas or causal shoes. Smart canvas shoes can be worn with summer uniform. 


Blouses, smart tops with smart trousers, skirts or dresses, cardigans or smart jumpers. 

Blue denim, casual style trousers, bomber jackets, miniskirts, leggings or crop/strappy tops or tops with heavy decoration/sequins are not acceptable. 

Proper leather look shoes must be worn. No trainers, flip flops, canvas or causal shoes. Smart canvas shoes can be worn with summer uniform. 


Items of jewellery must be appropriate to a working environment. Small nose studs for sixth formers are acceptable but no other facial piercing should be worn. 

General Information

Any student who is inappropriately dressed may be asked to go home and change. 

Please note that if you have special dress or kit for practical subjects such as PE or sport then you are expected to change into normal dress for other lessons or activities around the school. 

If there is uncertainty regarding the appropriateness of a particular item then please check with Mrs Murphy-Parry or Mr Adams before finally purchasing them. Students will soon find a style that is acceptable to them and meets the dress code requirements. 

The overall look is important and we are aiming to look smart whilst allowing individuality. 

Please note that summer uniform is permitted in the second half of the summer term.