Sixth Form students are expected to dress appropriately for the school day. It should be regarded as a place of work and sixth form pupils should be seen as role models to the younger years and demonstrate this through their choice of clothing.

Clothing

Trousers

Skirt

Dress

Jacket/Blazer

Plain leggings

Tops (These should not be too revealing and should not have slogans on)

Tailored Shorts

Footwear

Shoes

Sandals

Boots

No trainers (Unless participating in physical education)

Jewellery & Piercings

Discreet jewellery can be worn. Only small stud earrings to be worn. No other form of piercing is allowed.

Sanctions

If a member of the teaching staff deems a pupil's dress to be inappropriate then they have the right to send the pupil to the Head of Sixth form who will consult with SLT and decide to send the pupil home.

Pupils are expected to comply with this dress code throughout their time in sixth form.

Events

When pupils are asked to represent  the Sixth Form is it expected that they will dress appropriately for these occasions, examples are:

Open evening

Parent evening

Front of house

Tours

Contact

The Folkestone School for Girls

Coolinge Lane

Folkestone, Kent

CT20 3RB United Kingdom

 

Tel: +44 (0) 1303 251125