Mrs H Crane


KEY DATES – SIXTH FORM

10th November 2015- Sixth Form Open Evening 7-8.30 pm
1st December 2015- Y13 Parents Evening – 4.30 to 7.30 pm
11-15th January 2016 – PPE week
3rd February 2016 – Y12/13 PPE surgery 6.30-8pm
24th February 2016 – Y12 Consultation Evening 4.30 – 7.30pm

16th MAY – AS EXAMS BEGIN
6TH JUNE – A2 EXAMS BEGIN


Sixth Form Dress Code from September 2014

The sixth form dress code is ‘smart office wear’. We believe that this not only prepares you for your studies but also for life beyond school.

Hair and/or make up should be of a style suitable for a professional environment; if hair is coloured it should be within the natural colour range.

No facial piercings are allowed. Ear piercings are allowed in line with the whole school policy of one stud or sleeper earring per ear. We would also like to take this opportunity to remind you that it is illegal for a young person under 18 to be tattooed. Where a young person does have a tattoo it must be covered.

Below are the rules on the style of dress for Bushey Meads Sixth Form.

BOYS : Permitted

  • A plain suit blazer/jacket and suit trousers
  • A long or short sleeve suit smart shirt
  • A tie
  • Smart dark shoes
  • Optional – A waistcoat, smart tank top, v-neck jumper, cardigan worn underneath the suit jacket

Not Permitted

  •   Jumpers or hoodies
  •   Casual cardigans
  •   Leather jackets
  •   Denim in any form
  •   Trainers or canvas shoes or military boots
  •   Suit without a suit jacket
  •  Clothing with holes, studs or rips
  •   Trousers with outside pockets
   GIRLS : Permitted

  • A skirt/trouser suit and jacket or smart dress with jacket
  • Skirt/dress length: to be no more than 3 inches above the knee. Tailored and fitted items are permitted but skin tight is not
  • Trousers: Smart/tailored boot cut, straight-leg or tapered trousers
  • Tops: Short or long sleeved blouses, smart/fine knitwear, blazers
  • Shoes: Smart flats, low-mid heel shoes or smart boots

Not Permitted

  •  Jumpers or hoodies
  •   Leggings, jeggings
  •  Trousers with outside pockets or studs
  •   Trainers, canvas shoes or flip flops
  •   ‘Ugg’ style, above the knee or military boots
  •   Leather skirts, trousers or jackets
  •   Sleeveless, strappy or low cut tops/dresses
  •   Denim in any form
  •   Clothing with holes, studs or rips.