The Sixth Form School Day and Expectations

Sixth Form Dress Code 2017-18

Our Sixth Form dress code is designed to meet the requirements of a professional office environment. Please ensure you read and follow the School’s Dress Code, the key highlights are:

Boys/Men

Shirt and tie must be worn
Jumpers and cardigans are fine but must not be sweatshirts or sportswear
Smart shoes that are leather or leather-style. No trainers

Girls/Ladies

If worn, skirts must be no shorter than knee length
Smart shoes or boots that are leather or leather-style. No trainers
Blouses or shirts are fine but not t-shirts
Jumpers and cardigans are fine but must not be sweatshirts or sportswear
No leggings

No coats or hoodies should be worn anywhere in the school building – they can be stored in lockers or on the pegs in the Sixth Form Centre.

Additional Information

All Sixth Form students and their families sign a Home-School agreement when they enrol. Please read this fully to ensure you understand the expectations of all of our learners.

The Home-School agreement for the Sixth Form states that you will:

  • Attend school every day, when fit to do so. Students are expected to maintain at least 95% attendance
  • Arrive at school no later than 8.30am every day
  • Attend all timetabled lessons
  • Attend all enrichment lessons
  • Attend all PLAD lessons
  • Follow the correct procedure for signing in and out of the school building
  • Wear a lanyard and ID card at all times
  • Not use a mobile phone during lessons unless given specific permission by a teacher
  • Not bring takeaway food into the school building
  • Follow the School’s dress code at all times
  • Use study periods productively for work
  • Treat the Sixth Form Centre and the wider school building with respect

Sixth Form Home School Agreement

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