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Sixth Form Dress Code

Through our dress code we, at La Retraite School, would like to instil a sense of pride in our Sixth Form, as well as giving our students the adequate preparation for adult life, the world of work and the corporate business environment.  

To ensure business dress is affordable to all our students we have a compulsory navy La Retraite Sixth Form suit, available from www.sud.co.uk. The suit can be ordered online or purchased from their shop in Tooting.

All sixth formers should meet the requirements of our dress code, as detailed below. As a young adult it is important that, through your presentation, you can show that you are serious about your future and therefore serious about how you portray yourself in and around the school, as a role model.  If you arrive at school and are in breach of the dress code you will be sent home to change into the appropriate attire.  

  Ladies Gentlemen
General Attire Navy suit jacket with LR logo Navy skirt with LR logo Or navy trousers with LR logo Navy suit jacket with LR logo Navy trousers with LR logo
Tie Optional Compulsory
Jumper Plain, worn under the jacket. Plain, worn under the jacket.
Shirt/Blouse Any colour shirt or blouse. (No t-shirts, emblems or baggy types). Tucked in. Any colour shirt. (No t-shirts, emblems or baggy types). Tucked in.
Shoes Smart shoes. (No canvas, trainers or casual type). Knee length boots in winter. (No ‘Ugg’ styles) Smart shoes. (No canvas, trainers or casual type) No walking style boots.
Jewellery Small ear studs Subtle necklace/watch/ring Small nose stud No tattoos on show Subtle jewellery, i.e. watch and 1 ring No facial piercings, tattoos on show
Hair Should be one natural colour Should be one natural colour
Hats & Scarves Only to be worn outside school. Only to be worn outside school.
Coat Own style, worn outside the school. Must be taken off in assemblies and lessons. Own style, worn outside the school. Must be taken off in assemblies and lessons.


Sixth Form 1

Sixth Form 2

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