Sixth Form Dress Code[Gwisg Ysgol 6ed Dosbarth]
Sixth Form Dress CodeGwisg Ysgol 6ed Dosbarth
Key Stage 5 Dress Code
All Key stage 5 uniform is available from YC Sports, Crwys Road, Cardiff.
Website: www.ycsports.com or Telephone: 20237 968.
In key stage 5 students are subject to a dress/appearance code and are required to wear "top half" Cardiff High endorsed garments in order to both identify them as members of our school and also to promote a sense of identity and belonging amongst our upper school students.
"Bottom Half Garments"
Students are permitted wear any suitable "bottom half" garments eg trousers/jeans/skirt
Shorts or cut-off trousers are NOT permitted
"Top Half Garments"
Students can then select from a variety of different coloured Cardiff High endorsed "top half" garments showing the school badge. Eg T-shirts, Polo shirts, sweatshirts or hoodies. Students are permitted to wear garments purchased to indicate a membership of a team, society or trip as long as the Cardiff High badge is clearly visible. Students are not permitted to wear any top half garments which do not display the school badge.
It is important that Upper School students set an example and are suitably attired at all times.
- Shorts/Cut-off trousers
- Ripped/torn clothing
- Short skirts
- Hats/hoods worn inside
- Large earrings/excessive jewellery
- High heels/flip flops
- No facial piercings
The final arbiters of what is considered to be suitable dress are the Head of School and the Key Stage 5 Achievement Leaders. Entering the Upper School indicates a willingness to comply with the above requirements and students who fail to observe the standards outlined above will be sent to change or supplied with alternative clothing.
- Tramlines or patterns cut into the hair or eyebrows are not permitted.
- Inappropriate coloured hair or streaks in the hair are not permitted.
- Pupils will be sent home if they have a hairstyle that the Headteacher feels inappropriate for school.