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Sixth Form Dress Code

Furze Platt School is a place of work. It has a long-standing tradition and a place of respect in the local community. Our Sixth Form students have a special role in representing the school within the community and as an aspiration for younger students. They are, therefore, expected to dress accordingly:

 - A tailored or fitted suit, plain in colour, comprising of a fitted suit jacket with matching trousers, or a matching skirt or dress. Skirts to be of an appropriate length and reach at least the mid-thigh. Stretch lycra skirts, jeans and leggings are NOT permitted.

 - A tie (any colour or pattern) and shirt (plain in colour, all shirts should always be tucked in), or a fitted blouse/shirt (plain colour with collar). Blouses/shirts must be of a length that does not expose the midriff, particularly when reaching or stretching. Any camisoles worn underneath must be white.

 - Footwear – dark colour leather shoes or smart ankle boots. (trainers, sling-backs, flip-flops, canvas shoes, thick rubber soled shoes, casual boots or stilettos are NOT permitted).

 - Tights should be plain and dark or natural in colour.

- A V-necked pullover, plain in colour, or cardigan may be worn as an additional layer under a jacket if required. Round-necked sweatshirts, hooded pullovers, and tops or coats with logos are NOT permitted.

- Make up and jewellery should be discreet