Dress Code

Gumley House School

Dress Code

Role models of RESPONSIBILITY

We see our sixth formers as role models to the rest of the school and expect the highest standards of conduct and appearance. 

Between Monday and Thursday, the emphasis is on smart business style dress and students are expected to comply with this dress code when they are at Gumley or in a consortium school. On Fridays, we have introduced Dress Down Friday.

Sixth Form Dress Code (Monday – Thursday)

Female Students

  • Smart Blazer
  • Blouse or plain smart long-sleeved top
  • Smart skirt, tailored dress, or smart tailored business style trousers
  • Leather shoes that take polish - no boots allowed
  • Earrings should be of a safe and sensible size worn in the lower lobe
  • Distinctive hairstyles are not considered acceptable. Hair styles should be smart and formal.

Male Students

  • Smart Blazer
  • Smart Trousers
  • Smart shirt (tie optional)
  • Shoes that take polish
  • Distinctive hairstyles are not considered acceptable. Hair styles should be smart and formal.

Dress Down Friday

These items must not to be worn on formal days Monday – Thursday but can be worn on a Friday

  • Sweatshirts and Hoodies
  • Leggings/Lycra, jogging bottoms, jeans (please note – NO ripped jeans allowed)
  • Trainers, sports shoes, boots
  • Coats, jackets

Each Year 12 and 13 student can qualify for non-uniform day if they have had no uniform infringements that week.

These items of clothing are not permitted within the dress code at any point:

  • Shorts
  • Strapless or sleeveless tops
  • Leather
  • Body piercings that are visible.