Do sixth forms have dress codes?
Sixth Formers are expected to look smart and to dress in an appropriate way for a working day. Sixth Form girls should have a suit in a plain dark colour. This will be worn with a plain shirt or top on all formal occasions. This must be a matching formal jacket and skirt, or jacket and trousers.
Can you wear your own clothes in sixth form?
As a member of the Sixth Form you have the privilege of wearing your own clothes rather than a uniform. As senior students within the school you are expected to provide a good example to younger students. You will be expected to dress appropriately for the working day and to take pride in your appearance.
What is sixth form uniform?
Sixth Form boys should wear a dark grey, navy or black suit. As an alternative, boys may wear a plain navy blazer with mid-grey trousers and a white shirt. Sixth Form girls should wear a black, dark grey or navy suit.
Is Arthur Terry a good school?
Academic performance Arthur Terry is consistently the highest performing comprehensive school in Birmingham according to DfE league tables for KS4 and is in the top 10% nationally for mixed community comprehensive schools.
What is the dress code for Arthur Terry School?
A standard of dress that is smart, well-presented, professional and business like. At Arthur Terry School we believe that the sixth form is a core part of our school with students taking on the role of “Leaders of Learning”.
What to expect from Arthur Terry sixth form?
At Arthur Terry School we believe that the sixth form is a core part of our school with students taking on the role of “Leaders of Learning”. We expect our sixth form students to set the highest standards in dress, behaviour and academic performance acting as clear role models for our younger students.
Can a sibling go to Arthur Terry School?
Please be aware that any application, and subsequent offer, of a place at Arthur Terry Sixth Form does not guarantee any younger siblings a place at our school.
Can you use BYOD at Arthur Terry School?
Sixth form students are allowed to use their mobile phones to access the BYOD wifi network during independent study periods in the Mezzanine and Sixth Form Centre only. The Arthur Terry School takes pride in its effective praise and behaviour policies.