We hope that this dress code reflects our wish to offer you a more adult image which

  • makes a clear distinction between you and our 11-16 pupils 
  • is smart but comfortable
  • allows for a greater degree of flexibility
  • gives you the ease and equality of uniform garments
  • is not too expensive for you and your parents.
As role models and young leaders of our 11-16 pupils, our Sixth Form students will be expected to have high standards, in work ethic, behaviour and appearance.
 
Boys Girls

St. Christopher's Sixth Form jacket


St. Christopher's Sixth Form jacket

St. Christopher's Sixth Form tie (choice of black with logo or striped)



Black tailored trousers* (with front/back crease)


 

St. Christopher's Sixth Form black tailored skirt

 

or

Black tailored trousers* (straight leg or bootleg with front/back crease)


Short or long sleeved business shirt with stiffened collar and front fastening buttons (any colour of own choice except black)


Short or long-sleeved business type blouse (any colour of own choice except black)



Plain tights or black or white ankle socks


Black leather shoes

Black leather shoes


 

P.E. Kit


Suitable sportswear in any combination of plain white, navy blue and black.
 

Notes on appearance


1. The St. Christopher's jacket is compulsory.  In addition   
    students may wear a plain black or grey 'V' necked fine
    knit jumper or cardigan, which fits underneath the jacket.
2. *Trousers/skirt must be of a wool/polyester/viscose mix.    
3. Trousers must be worn at ankle length and skirts should be no  
    shorter than 3" above the knee and no longer than mid-calf.
4. Garments made from denim, canvas, corduroy, leather or  
    velvet will not be acceptable.
5. Only clear plastic retainers are permitted for facial piercings and visible body piercings.
6. Tattoos must be covered.
7. Jewellery, hairstyles, hair colour and make-up should be discrete 
    and appropriate for business wear.
8. Outside coats should not be worn inside. 
9. For health, safety and safeguarding reasons, please note that  
    the following will not be permitted 

  • hats (inside the school building)
  • facial veils or coverings
  • gel or acrylic nails (for students taking part in contact sports or some practical subjects)
  • Flip flops or mules
  • Shoes with platform soles or high heels (above 3")
As young adults who are role models to pupils in our 11-16 school, in all matters of dress and appearance, Sixth Form students should follow these county guidelines, wearing clothing which:

  • promotes a positive and professional image
  • is appropriate to their role 
  • is not likely to  be viewed as offensive, revealing, or sexually provocative
  • does not distract, cause embarrassment or give rise to misunderstanding
  • is absent of any political or otherwise contentious slogans 
  • may not be considered discriminatory 
  • is culturally sensitive
Please be aware that by signing our student contract, you are agreeing to abide by our Sixth Form Uniform Policy.

If you are unsure about the suitability of an item of clothing or detail of appearance, please contact school before making a decision.  We shall be happy to advise you.  


Staff to contact: 

Mr P Cuff (Head of Sixth Form)
Mr T Hardwick (Head of Lower Sixth) 
Miss E Smith (Head of Upper Sixth) 
Mrs S Parkinson (Assistant Head: Pastoral)

Tel: 01254 232992 or 01254 380527  




 

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