Sixth Form Uniform
Sixth Form Dress Code
Stratford-upon-Avon School is committed to safeguarding and, therefore, lanyards MUST be worn at ALL times.
Dress Code should be: ‘Formal – school appropriate, professional, modest and practical.'
This would be exemplified by a trouser suit with a tie and a shirt tucked in, a skirt suit with business blouse or top or a formal dress and jacket.
Sixth Form students are expected to wear a jacket every day and are not permitted to wear sweatshirts or hooded tops.
Blazers and jackets do not have to be worn once in the classroom but must be worn at all other times.
Dress code appropriateness is at the discretion of Mrs McLeary and the Sixth Form Team.
General Uniform requirements:
- Students are allowed to wear one piece of discrete jewellery and a small pair of stud earrings. No facial or other body piercings are allowed.
- Hairstyles and hair accessories must be discreet and 'office appropriate'.
- Make-up, if worn, should be minimal.