St. Anselm's Catholic School

St Anselm's Cahtolic School

St Anselm’s Catholic School

Sixth Form DRESS CODE

 All students should remember that this is a place of work.  Any student who is deemed to be inappropriately dressed will either be given alternative clothing from student reception which they will be expected to wear or they will be sent home. This dress code forms part of the Sixth Form student agreement which all students studying with us in academic year 2014-15 will be expected to sign in September.

Ladies: Jeans, leggings or trousers but no ripped jeans. Skirts and dresses to be approximately knee length. Shorts in the summer need to be of smart material and should be approximately knee length. Tops should be shirts/blouses or of smart material and should cover the shoulders. No thin straps or strapless tops. Jackets, jumpers, cardigans or hooded sweatshirts may be worn. Sheer materials should have a vest or top underneath.  Midriffs must not be on show. Tracksuit bottoms should only be worn for sport. Footwear must be sensible for a working environment. No flip flops at all and no open toe shoes in science labs and practical rooms. No clothing with offensive wording or logos. Make up should be suitable for a working environment and hair should be of natural colours. Hats should not be worn in the school building. Jewellery should be suitable for a working environment with ear piercings limited to one pair of earrings.  A nose stud may be worn if it is a small stud only. No other facial piercings are permitted.

 Gentlemen: Jeans or trousers but no ripped jeans. Shorts in the summer must be approximately knee length and of smart material. Tops should have a collar e.g. a shirt or polo t-shirt. Gentlemen should not wear sleeveless tops. Jackets, jumpers and hooded sweatshirts may be worn. Tracksuit bottoms should only be worn for sport. Footwear must be sensible for a working environment. No flip flops at all and no open toe shoes in science labs and practical rooms. No clothing with offensive wording or logos. Hats should not be worn in the school building and hair should be of natural colours. Jewellery should be suitable for a working environment with ear piercings limited to one pair of earrings.  A nose stud may be worn if it is a small stud only. No other facial piercings are permitted.

 Formal Occasions: Smart dress will be required with suits comprising of trousers / skirt and jacket with blouse/shirt for all students.

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