Sixth Form Uniform

As recognition of a student’s growing maturity and independence, our dress code is based upon business principles. We believe the dress code promotes an adult image and strikes a balance between some degree of individuality whilst recognising the importance of setting an example to the younger members of the school community, parents and visitors to the school. If a student does not conform to the dress code regulations below, he/she may be sent home to change before being allowed to attend classes.


Boys

  • Black trousers*
  • White shirt
  • School tie worn conventionally (purchased from Zaks)
  • Smart black formal shoes (leather and polishable)

*Jeans or trousers with the cut and/or pocket design of jeans are not permitted at any time.

Boys can wear a plain black V neck jumper.

Trousers should be worn on the waist not around the hips.

Bracelets/wristbands must be smart and kept to a minimum.

Girls

  • Black  business trousers** or skirts (no shorter than knee length)
  • White shirt (with collar; buttons; sleeves covering the upper arm; non-transparent; not too loose or too tight)
  • Smart black formal shoes (leather and polishable) 

**Jeans or trousers with the cut and/or pocket design of jeans are not permitted at any time. Jeggings or leggings are also not considered business wear.

Girls can wear a plain black V neck jumper or black cardigan on top of their shirt.

Jewellery, make up and nail polish are allowed but should be minimal and discreet.

Bracelets/wristbands must be smart and kept to a minimum.

Fine or opaque (navy/black/flesh-coloured) tights may be worn.

Appropriate exercise clothing must be worn to all PE lessons.
St Christopher’s School has a Drama Uniform which students are expected to wear during Drama lessons. This consists of black trousers and a black top and can be purchased from Senior School Reception.

Last Updated: 21 January 2018