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Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sixth Form Youth Sport Trust Lead School

Blessed George Napier
Catholic School and Sixth Form
Youth Sport Trust Lead School

Part of the Pope Francis Catholic Multi Academy Company

Dress Code and Conduct

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The following code defines what is acceptable for sixth formers in our school.    Anyone not following these guidelines will be asked to sign out at reception, go home to change and make up any missed lessons on their own time.

For the boys we expect smart business attire:-

Chinos or smart trousers/jeans (not blue)

Short or long sleeved shirts of a polo shirt with a collar

Leather/suede, hard soled dress shoes/Chelsea boots

 

Mondays and mass days :

A suit or trousers with a jacket, collared shirt and a tie

Leather/suede, hard soled dress shoes/Chelsea boots

 

For the girls we expect smart business attire:-

A dress, skirt mid-thigh or longer or pair of trousers

A blouse or collared shirt

Leather/suede, hard soled shoes/Chelsea boots

           

Mondays and mass days:

Smart business attire (as above) with a blazer, cardigan or smart jacket

Leather/suede, hard soled dress shoes/Chelsea boots

 

For clarification, the following are not regarded as smart business attire:

Blue denim jeans

Shorts

Sports trainers or canvas shoes of any type

Round neck T shirts

Visible piercings other than a single earring in each earlobe

Ripped trousers/jeans

Unacceptably tight or revealing clothing

Hoodies – unless they are BGN Lourdes hoodies

Branded slogan clothing

Outdoor jackets worn inside school buildings

If you have any queries or are unsure if something is acceptable, please speak to Mrs O’Donnell, Mrs Ellul or Mr Thornton at any time.

 

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Sixth Form Code of Conduct

The following conditions are an integral part of joining the community of Blessed George Napier Sixth Form;

  • Striving to be an appropriate role model and set an example for younger students
  • Bringing credit to yourself and the school at every opportunity
  • Having respect for all other members of the school community
  • Commitment to independent study, typically 3 hours individual work a day after school hours
  • Attending all lessons without exception
  • Registering in the morning and afternoon
  • Always being punctual
  • Being fully involved in Assemblies and School Masses
  • Completing set work on time
  • Making good use of the time available in school for study
  • Dressing and behaving in a manner appropriate to a member of the Sixth Form
  • Attending all “Extended Project” lessons and producing the work required to gain the qualification which attracts UCAS points

If you have any queries or are unsure if something is acceptable, please speak to

Mrs O’Donnell, Mrs Ellul or Mr Thornton at any time.