Sixth Form students are very much the leaders in school - they are seen by younger students as role models and are involved in school activities and public events. We therefore ask students to dress smartly. Hair should be well groomed and should not be extreme in style. It is important that uniform colours and styles are exact. Thomas Moore, Exeter is the major stockist of Sixth Form uniform. If purchasing from other sources please ensure the items match the requirements below.
Shirts and Blouses
All shirts and blouses to be WHITE WITH A THIN NAVY BLUE STRIPE with a shirt collar for boys and rever collar for girls. These should be worn tucked in to skirt or trousers. (Unnecessary if fitted).
A SIXTH FORM TIE will be available from school, and should be worn correctly with shirts. Boys should always wear ties; girls may wear ties on formal occasions if they wish.
Tailored skirts should be either pleated, A-line, or pencil in navy blue or black. Skirt length - on the knee. Wrap-around skirts or tight fitting skirts made of stretch fabric are not permitted. Click here for a skirt guide
Sweaters or cardigans should be in plain navy blue or black (free from logos), round or ‘V’ neck, not too long or baggy. A school blazer or plain blue or black tailored jacket may be worn.
Shoes must be formal black, brown or navy blue leather type. Footwear should be appropriate for school use, and this rules out casual shoes (e.g. flip-flops and trainers).
Trousers should be full-length, tailored and not baggy, and should be navy blue or black (girls), or dark grey or black (boys). Jeans-style, corduroy, denim or canvas trousers may not be worn. Skinny-fit, figure hugging elasticated trousers are also unacceptable.
1 plain earring in each ear-lobe
1 plain chain or necklace
A plain navy or black scarf may be worn, but not in lessons.
These should be in a single plain navy or black colour and free from decoration.
No denim, velvet, leather jackets or 'hoodies'.
Coats should only be worn to and from school.
Second-hand uniform is sold via the PA website and at the School Fête held each July