Dress Code

Appropriate Inappropriate
Head, Face & Hair Clean and smart. Hair and make-up suitable for the workplace
  • Hats/baseball caps
  • Outrageous hairstyles
All Clothing Clean, smart and tidy clothes
  • Camouflage, combat gear
  • Frays, rips & graffiti
  • Outrageous clothing
Tops
  • Full-length tops that cover the shoulders
  • Plain T-shirts/polo shirts
  • Exposed chest, shoulders and midriff
  • Large logos or slogans (including ‘offensive’ anagrams)
Trousers & Skirts
  • Plain trousers
  • Reasonable length skirts
  • Clean, smart denim
  • Shorts
  • Ripped jeans
  • Very short skirts
Footwear Plain, smart and unobtrusive
  • Flip-flops
  • Anything inappropriate to conditions (laboratories)

Sixth Formers need to set the right standards of dress for the rest of the school. Clothing should reflect a learning and working environment. Hats and coats should not be worn in classrooms or the Assembly Hall. Chewing gum is not acceptable in lessons.

A Sixth Form lanyard and ID card must be worn at all times on the school premises.

Students may be given permission to wear tailored shorts during periods of exceptionally hot weather. Students will be notified if this is the case.

In areas of uncertainty (e.g. what constitutes inappropriate/outrageous clothing or hairstyle), students should check with tutors beforehand. Ultimately, the decision of the school is final.

A Christleton Sixth Form hoodie is available to purchase as an optional item.