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Sixth Form Dress Code

At Southam we encourage students to be as smart as they can be, and follow a smart profession al code of dress. Please see the dress code below for guidance.

BOYSGIRLS
A suit/ formal jacket. To be worn with:

Trousers

  • Suit type trousers
  • Subtle sober pattern such as pinstriped
  • Tailored fit acceptable
  • Belts should be one colour (dark grey/brown or dark tan/black)
  • No denim/chinos/skin tight trousers/shorts

A plain jacket, suit material. To be worn with:

Skirts

  • No more than 10 cm above the knee
  • No maxi skirts to be worn
  • Skirts should not be too tight e.g. bodycon

Trousers

  • Full length, reaching the ankle, not shorts or culottes
  • Trousers should not be too tight and not made of jeans material
  • Trousers should be plain coloured (not floral or patterned)
  • Leggings are not permitted

Shirts

  • Long/short sleeve shirt and tie
  • Sober colour/subtle patterns
  • No T shirts/polo shirts
  • No sports shirts/military style or lumber jacket shirts

Dresses

  • Formal style dresses with sober colour/pattern
  • No more than 10 cm above the knee
  • Dresses should not be too tight e.g. bodycon
  • Dresses should not be revealing or see-through
  • No strappy dresses

Blouses

  • No low neckline
  • Should not be revealing or see-through
  • Should cover the stomach
  • T-shirts are not permitted.
  • Sober colour/subtle pattered

Jumpers / Cardigans

  • Should be plain in colour
  • May be round or V-neck
  • Should fit under the jacket
  • No logos on jumpers
  • No hoodies/sweatshirts

Jumpers / Cardigans

  • Should be plain in colour
  • May be round or V-neck
  • Should fit under the jacket
Footwear:

Shoes:

  • Formal smart leather
  • Boot type allowed if covered by trouser
  • No walking boots/canvas shoes/trainers/work boots

Footwear:

Shoes:

  • High heels are permitted but not stilettos
  • Shoes can be any colour but not floral or metallic
  • Boots
  • Smart ankle boots are allowed, but not Doc Marten style boots
  • Smart knee-high boots are allowed


Other aspects of appearance and dress for Boys and Girls

  • No hats, caps or headgear of any kind
  • All items of dress, including outdoor coats, should be clean, and should not be adorned with slogans or in any other way be likely to cause offence
  • Any jewellery worn should be reasonably small and not excessive in quantity
  • No visible body piercing other than to the ears, nor visible tattoos.

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