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The Hayesbrook School

A Brook Learning Trust Academy

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.

Boys

Expected Example of unacceptable dress

Smart collared shirt with tie

Tailored long trousers

Dark leather shoes

Tailored jacket (optional)

Cardigan or jumper (optional).

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.

   

Girls

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).

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 and sandals

Hooded tops

No “beachwear” including flip-flops

No “Ugg” style boots.