Dress Code

Our aim is to prepare our students for all aspects of life beyond college. Whilst we value individuality, students and parents / carers need to recognise that appropriate dress, along with basic etiquette, are common requirements in the work place and professional settings.

Guidelines
  1. No see-through clothing
  2. No strapless tops / spaghetti strap tops / crop tops
  3. No visible underwear
  4. Shorts / skirts / dresses to be minimum knee length
  5. No flip flops or open toe footwear – this is for Health & Safety reasons
  6. No high heeled shoes / boots - this is for Health & Safety reasons
  7. No ripped or torn garments
  8. No clothing with offensive / inappropriate slogans or images
  9. No hoods up or hats on inside the college building
  10. No low cut tops showing cleavage
Students will be issued with guidelines about the college dress code as part of form group discussions.

Students found to be inappropriately dressed will be expected to put on clothing provided by college over their own clothes for the remainder of the day.

Parents / carers will be informed if clothing is not appropriate and they will be required to rectify this before the following day in college.

Could parents / carers please make sure that student clothing is labelled in some way with a name so that clothing items can be traced if they go missing.