Sixth Form students are role models for the rest of the school and are expected to uphold and embody the standards expected of students in lower years. This means that members of the Sixth Form must maintain consistently high personal standards of dress and smartness of appearance.
We aim to nurture a strong sense of maturity in all our students. Part of this requires that we ask them to practice taking their responsibilities seriously each day as they prepare for their learning. We expect our students to dress with pride, in a conservative manner appropriate for an educational setting.
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The following are intended as guidelines for suitable dress:
Smart trousers and shirts, which are tucked in to the waistband at all times.
Black jeans are acceptable. Ripped jeans, or jeans of any other colour are not acceptable.
Jackets, or jumpers in a plain pattern. This includes hoodies that are totally plain or are Park
High leavers hoodies.
Fully plain light brown, dark brown or black footwear.
Dresses and skirts, at or below the knee are acceptable. Shorter (no more than 4cm above the knee) dark skirts are permissible if worn with dark opaque tights. Midriffs, décolletage and shoulders should be covered at all times.
The following athletic or casual wear is not allowed
- denim jeans which are not black➢ "combat" trousers
- tracksuit tops or bottoms
- UGG boots
- any visible items of clothing that have large lettering, logos or slogans
- leggings, or other very form-fitting trousers➢ T shirts
- beach wear
- flip flops
- Trainers which are not fully plain light brown, dark brown or black
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Consequences of not following the dress code
Inappropriate footwear will result in the student being provided Park High plimsoles to wear for the day.
Inappropriate clothing will result in the student receiving a phone call home.
If a student does wear clothing deemed inappropriate for school the student may be sent home to
change clothes by one of the sixth form team.
Failure to comply with these requests will result in further formal sanctions.
Accepting and adhering to our dress code remains a condition of entry.
Senior staff are the final arbiters.