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Uniform Expectations

Sixth Form students act as role models to younger students at The Hayesbrook School. Your conduct, including dress and appearance is an important part of this; as such you are expected to dress professionally and smartly for school.

Many Sixth Form students will go on to professional or skilled jobs where there is a dress code that reflects the ethos and status of that company or organisation. The Sixth Form dress code therefore acts as a bridge between education and employment.

Male students:

Expected Example of unacceptable dress
  • Smart collared shirt with tie
  • Tailored long trousers
  • Dark leather shoes
  • Tailored jacket (optional)
  • Cardigan or jumper (optional
  • Hayesbrook Student ID card and lanyard (mandatory)
  • T-shirts
  • Cargo/combat trousers
  • Trousers with additional external  pockets
  • Sports wear
  • Shorts or 3/4 length trousers
  • Jeans, or denim of any type
  • Trainers (including Vans/Converse), canvas shoes
  • Hooded tops
  • No “beachwear” including flip-flops
  • No boots

Female students:

Expected Examples of unacceptable dress
  • Smart shirt/blouse
  • Plain/patterned top 
  • Tailored long trousers or skirt
  • Dark leather shoes
  • Tailored jacket (optional)
  • Cardigan or jumper (optional)
  • Hayesbrook Student ID card and lanyard (mandatory)
  • Any clothes with logos
  • Tops that are unduly revealing
  • No mini-skirts
  • Cargo/combat trousers
  • Trousers with additional external pockets
  • Sports wear
  • Shorts 
  • Leggings or any type of skin tight trouser
  • Jeans, or denim of any type
  • Trainers (including Vans/Converse), canvas shoes
  • Sandals
  • Hooded tops
  • No “beachwear” including flip-flops
  • No “Ugg” style boots