Dress Code

Regulations are aimed at establishing and maintaining reasonable standards of dress for school wear. The purpose of these regulations is to encourage students to take pride in their appearance.

Students are expected to dress in appropriate clothing which would be suitable for an indoor work environment. Clothing must also support and promote the safety and security of our building. For example; students are not permitted to wear bandanas, full face masks, hoods up, chains, spikes etc. while in the building.

Any clothing or accessories with inappropriate language and symbols are not accepted. Any drug related symbols or emblems are not allowed. Students not conforming to dress standards will be asked to return home or to change clothing before being admitted to class. Guidance will have a selection of clothes if required.

Any accessories of clothing that may be deemed a weapon are not allowed.

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