Dress Code

Key Stage 4 Dress Code for 2023- 2024

The uniform requirements for students in Year 10 and Year 11 are listed below.  All students are expected to maintain a tidy appearance at all times (ie shirts tucked in).

UNIFORM

  • Black blazer with school crest available from Lyndale Sports or Jersey Schools and Sports Kit (JSSK).
  • Black ‘suit-style’/tailored full length trousers (no leggings, chinos, black denim, ¾/cropped length or skinny trousers).
  • Long or short sleeve button through white shirt that can be tucked in.
  • Black shoes (no high heels, trainers, trainer-style or canvas shoes).
  • Black or grey socks.
  • School bag is the choice of students/parents but should be suitable for school use.

Optional

  • Black jumper with school crest available from Lyndale Sports or Jersey Schools and Sports Kit (JSSK).
  • School ties can be purchased from the Finance Office.

PE KIT

Indoor kit

  • White polo shirt with school crest.
  • Navy blue shorts or navy blue skort.
  • Plain navy blue leggings or Plain Navy blue tracksuit bottoms with school crest (optional for indoor lessons).
  • White socks.
  • Sports trainers (not casual or skate shoes).

Outdoor kit

  • Navy blue multi sports top with crest or plain navy blue sweatshirt.
  • Navy blue shorts or navy blue skort.
  • Navy blue plain sports leggings or Plain navy blue tracksuit bottoms with school crest.
  • White sports/football socks.

Optional extras (appropriate to activity)

  • Football/Rugby/Hockey Boots
  • Shinpads/mouthguard.

PLEASE NOTE:           

  • Facial piercings/facial jewellery is not acceptable.
  • Denim clothing of any type is not acceptable.
  • The only acceptable jumper is the black jumper with the school crest.
  • Make up and jewellery should be discrete. Studs may be worn in ears (one per ear).  Visible tattoos are not acceptable.
  • Hair should be neat and tidy. Extremes of hairstyles or colour are not permitted.
  • Specialist clothing e.g. sports kit, performing arts activewear*, etc should only be worn during the relevant lessons.

Outdoor garments:

Should be smart, functional and dark in colour.

Sixth Form Dress Code for 2023- 2024

Our dress code reflects the ethos and high standards of our school.  It is important therefore that your clothes should be clean, respectable, tidy and appropriate to the activity being undertaken.

It is impractical to regulate for frequent changes in fashion and you should avoid extremes of fashion in dress or appearance. The nature of your dress should always be smart, safe and appropriate to a professional working environment.

Safe and appropriate footwear and specialist clothing is expected for all environments including physical education, performing arts, the workshops, laboratories and when advised by other departments.  Specialist wear should not be worn in other lessons.

The following examples are regarded as unacceptable:

  • “Fashionable” torn clothing
  • Low cut/see through/flimsy clothes/crop tops
  • Short skirts
  • Shorts (all genders)
  • Outdoor coats/jackets and hats should not be worn in classrooms
  • Inappropriate slogans/images on clothing (No profanity – visual or written)
  • Flip flops


Hair

Extremes of hair colour and appearance are not acceptable. The nature of your appearance should always be smart, safe and appropriate to a professional working environment.

Jewellery

Jewellery should be discreet and appropriate for a professional working environment.  Earrings/studs may be worn in ears and a small, discreet nose stud is permitted.  However, nose rings and any other form of facial piercing/jewellery are not to be worn in school.  For health and safety reasons you may be asked to remove jewellery for certain activities. 

All staff will monitor standards of appearance and as a result you may be sent home.  Students will be informed that they ‘are breaching the Key Stage 5 dress code and it is a health and safety issue.  Please can you go home and get changed.’

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