Dress Code

At Prince William School sixth form students are expected to dress in clothes suitable for a professional environment.  As role models for younger students, sixth formers should set high standards in everything they do. We believe that a dress code based on the principles of a professional workplace promotes a positive image of the sixth form to younger students, the local community, and visitors to the school.

The following lists are not intended to be exhaustive.

Acceptable – Professional dress

Unacceptable

Smart shirt, blouse or top

Patterned T-shirts

Tops with logos

Low cut, cropped or strapless tops

Tailored trousers

Shorts

Jeans

Leggings

Tracksuit bottoms

Skirts and dresses should be no shorter than knee length

Revealing or excessively tight clothing including ‘body con’ dresses and mini skirts

Formal shoes or boots

Trainers

Flip flops

Plain jumpers or cardigans may be worn

Hoodies

Sweatshirts

Students may choose to wear a tie and/or a jacket

Clothes with imagery and or logos

 

Excessive jewellery or visible tattoos

All students must always wear their identity badge and lanyard.

The Sixth Form Team will have the final decision on whether clothing is inappropriate.  If unsure, students and parents should consult the sixth form leadership team for clarification before purchasing an item.

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