Dress Code

Dress Code

Bishop Challoner Sixth Form adopts a ‘young professional’ dress code. In other words, we have based these guidelines on how a professional person would dress for work. This means students will be smart, well-presented and business-like.

For all students: Your identity card must always be on display.

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For the Female Student:

  • a business suit

  • a skirt suit

  • trouser suit

  • blouse or smart top

  • black or brown leather shoes


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For the Male Student:

  • a business suit

  • shirt

  • tie

  • black or brown leather shoes


In certain subjects, e.g. PE practical sessions, specialised items will need to be worn. Facial jewellery should be removed or covered up. Appropriate jewellery may be worn by Sixth Form students e.g. wrist watch, earrings/ear studs, single necklace and/ or a single bracelet.

• Earpieces from phones or mp3 players should not be worn around necks or in ears.

• Extreme hairstyles are not permitted.

• Tattoos are discouraged in the Sixth Form.

The ultimate decision as to what is/is not acceptable will be made by the Sixth Form Leadership Team.