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Charity Week 2018


Students and staff came together to raise money through a range of activities including our 24 hour football. Thank you to everyone involved.

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.