Black and White generally we are aloud white/black tops with slogans on and any kind of black trousers/jeans, and shorts in the summer months.
So as long as the majority of the uniform is black and white it's cool (but no white trousers tho hehe)
most other schools in my area have a specific uniform which one is bright green and another is bright red so i think my school is pretty good in comparison and the local college has no uniform obviously...
As far as i know the sixth form i'm going to doesn't require you to wear a uniform. However some of my friends who have gone onto a different sixth form have to wear a hideous blue uniform....imagine it in the summer....
nup...no uniform for me either!
For my 6th form:
Boys: Black suit with tie (normal business dress)
Girls: Black skirt/trousers, jacket and an appropriate (non-revealing) top.
My sixth form doesn't have a uniform and doesn't really have a dress code either. We're allowed to wear pretty much whatever we want. Technically boys aren't allowed to wear shorts (which I think is really unfair since we can wear skirts) but loads of them do anyway and no one seems to care. The only thing they are quite strict on is hairstyles; a boy in Year 12 nearly got kicked out a while ago because he had a pink bit of hair sticking up.
we had to wear uniform which they were strict on we were not even allowed to wear city shorts, but its ok for the year 9s to wear little mini skirts!! its stupid!!
no uniform. BUT, there were rules>
1. no jeans, trainers
2. no revealing stuff for girlz..ahem
3. proper shirts for guyz,....thus no t shirts for girls or guyz
well simply...they sed that we didn't have uniform...but it kinda sounds like we did in the end.
Can i ask what you wear if you don't wear jeans? I don't think I own a pair of pants that aren't short or jeans.
well,i just wore formal trousers , + they were actually pretty comfy. i am sure just a pair of black trouser would be sufficient.
god, you seem to have such strict rules and we moaned about ours! our only rules were:
-no exposed stomachs for girls
-no flipflops (although the teachers wore them...)
-no sport shorts for boys
-no ripped jeans
however you got away with breaking these rules quite a lot...
No official uniform in the sense that it does not semble 'school' uniform. However, there are rules which are expected to follow, namely whether a particular piece of clothing is suitable for a working environment or not. I don't think we are allowed to wear shorts either - there was a big debate about this.