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Sixth Form

Sixth Form Uniform

Sixth form students should be dressed smartly at all times. They are expected to represent the school and set an example for the younger students, while expressing the privileges and responsibility of independent study.  School is a workplace and the uniform should reflect this.
All skirts, dresses, shoes, trousers, jackets, jumpers, suits and ties should be black, grey or navy.
 

Young Women
  • A plain or pinstriped business suit (skirt or trousers).

  • Skirts should be the same colour as the jacket and should be worn on or below the knee.

  • Trousers should be of suitable material and should be the same colour as the jacket.

  • Tailored jacket to be worn in school at all times.

  • Smart dresses to be the same colour as the jacket and should be worn on or below the knee.

  • White, sleeved blouse.

  • Plain V-Neck jumper or cardigan.

  • Sensible shoes (Small heel permitted).

Young Men
  • A plain or pinstriped business suit.

  • Tailored trousers should be the same colour as the jacket.

  • Tailored jackets to be worn in school at all times.

  • White, plain collared shirt to be tucked into trousers at all times.

  • Tie of suitable length. Simple pattern permitted.

  • Plain V-neck jumper or cardigan.

  • Sensible shoes.

 

The following items are not permitted
  • Any type of denim, leather or skin-tight material.

  • Vest tops, low-cut or strappy tops

  • See-through material

  • T-shirts

  • Inappropriate footwear (any trainers, boots, flip-flops etc.)

  • Skirts above the knee

  • Leggings/jeggings

  • Hats/caps

  • Hoodies

  • Shorts

  • Items with large/prominent logos

  • Extreme hair colour or styling

  • Patterned or brightly coloured tights or socks

  • Scarves and gloves

  • Sunglasses

  • Excessive jewellery (hoops, facial piercings)

 
Students are very welcome to discuss their uniform suitability with a member of Sixth Form Staff, but their decision is final.
Students who do not conform to this policy may have items confiscated or be asked to go home and change, with a consequent loss of learning time.
Students should accept responsibility for their uniform and realise that dress is an important statement about the learning culture of our Sixth Form at The King’s CE School.