Dress Code

We are justifiably proud of the professional appearance of our sixth formers.  The dress code for sixth formers has been created to reflect our sixth formers’ role as young adults in a school environment and students must meet the same high standards as Tudor Grange staff.

Suits – A matching black or grey suit, which must include a jacket with either trousers or skirt of a reasonable length (approx. 5cm above the knee). Students may also wish to wear a dress suit. Suits are not allowed to be pinstriped. 

Shirt – A plain collared shirt or blouse in a single block colour.  Females may wear a collarless blouse in keeping with business dress. In summertime sleeveless formal blouses can be worn, but no bare shoulders or thin straps.

Tie – Male students must wear the Sixth Form tie, which can be purchased from Schooltogs, New Street Worcester.

Jumpers and cardigans – Students may wear a thin, v-necked jumper or cardigan in a single colour of grey, black or navy. They should be without stripes or patterns and not textured. Jumpers and cardigans are not to replace suit jackets and must be worn over an appropriate shirt/blouse.

Shoes – Shoes should be suitable for office wear.  Boots, boot-style shoes, stiletto heels, sling-back shoes, canvas shoes and trainers are not permitted.

Coats, hats, scarves and gloves – All winter-wear should be professional and smart.  Hooded jumpers and clothes with large slogans or logos are therefore not allowed. Coats are not to be worn in lessons and should be removed with the student being asked.

Jewellery – Students are allowed to wear discreet jewellery and must not have any extreme facial or body piercings such as eyebrow, mouth, tongue, waist or nape.

Hairstyles – Extreme hairstyles, cut and colour are not allowed on any occasion. Examples of extreme hair styles would include close shaved and decoratively shaved. Two tone colouring, extensive highlighting and decorative braiding are not allowed.

Make-up – Students may wear a discreet amount of make-up and must use natural tones.

Practical Subjects and Enrichment:

Drama, dance and PE students are permitted to wear the relevant clothing for each session specified by their teacher. Students are to wear a subject or Sixth Form hoody/t-shirt with plain black leggings, smart jogging bottoms, shorts or chinos. Those who are part of the CCF are also permitted to wear their uniform on their allocated day.