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Uniform and Dress

Standards of Dress for Sixth Form Students

This is a traditional dress code and it is this way in order to prepare you for the rigours and traditions of working life and as such the emphasis is on a smart appearance.

What to wear

Male students are expected to wear a traditional suit with matching coloured jacket and trousers, a shirt, a tie and plain, dark-coloured leather shoes.   A smart jumper or waistcoat may be added under the jacket as long as the tie is clearly visible.  Top buttons should be fastened at all times.  Sleeves on shirts can long or short, but long sleeve shirts may not be rolled up.  House badges must be worn. Any other badges are to be academy badges.  Earrings are not to be worn.

Female students are expected to wear a traditional suit with matching coloured jacket and knee length skirt or full length trousers, and an appropriate shirt/blouse/smart jumper which covers the shoulders.  Cardigans may be worn underneath jackets, but only without the jacket when in a classroom.  Tights must be dark coloured and plain.  Dark-coloured, plain, leather, low heeled shoes should be worn to suit smart attire.  You may wear boots only if made from leather or look like leather.  If wearing boots with a skirt, the boots must be knee-length.  When considering whether to wear make-up, it must be suitable for attending a place of work or a job interview.  House badges must be worn. Any other badges are to be academy badges. One pair of earrings in the lower earlobe can be worn.

What not to wear

Jackets: no short sleeved jackets, or sleeves rolled up; must be longer than the shirt/blouse/top underneath.

Tops: for girls, no T-shirts, polo shirts, see through or sheer tops, vest/strappy tops or other T-shirt type or casual looking tops.  No exposed midriffs, backs, shoulders or low-cut tops.

Trousers: no cropped or ¾ length, skinny, harem, jeans-style, tapered or tight-fitting trousers.

Skirts: do not wear tight fitting, bodycon or stretch skirts, scalloped skirts or skirts with large splits.

Shoes: do not wear shoes which are open at the front or back, canvas or suede shoes, any which have decorative detail (tassels, glitter, sparkles etc) and boots must not have turnovers.  Ballet shoes must have a substantial sole.

Decoration:  Jewellery is to be kept to a minimum, no earrings in upper parts of the ear, no extreme hairstyles or obviously or brightly dyed/streaked hair, no visible tattoos, no belts worn out of the loops or with very large buckles, piercings anywhere on the face, arms, neck etc, no flowers or decorative hair pieces, no patterned tights and hats and scarves not to be worn inside the classrooms.

Coats: no leather, fur, faux fur, denim or hoodie-style coats                                      



    The Priory Federation of Academies, Lincoln