Dress Code & Make Up Policies

The Bath Studio School will operate a strict business dress policy, mirroring a standard office based work environment. We aim to have a business environment where people are respected for their ideas, intellect and achievements and are not distracted by fashion (etc). If you are a parent/carer, please advise accordingly as we may have to send students home if they are not dressed appropriately - though you should ensure that your child has appropriate clothing for different weather situations. The school will provide each student with a high quality lanyards with identity cards.

 


Expectations for Male Students:


 

  • Formal Business Suit/attire eg smart trousers, shirt, tie and jacket. (jackets may be taken off in hot weather)
  • Tie
  • Collared shirt (tucked in at all times)
  • Formal shoes
  • Discreet jewellery
  • No extreme hairstyles
  • No facial piercings
  • No underwear on display
  • No baseball caps, hats or similar
  • No scarves or similar worn during lessons
  • No coats to be worn during lessons

 


Expectation for Female Students:


 

  • Formal business attire eg trousers or skirt/dress of minimum knee length
  • Collared top/blouse (or similar) that do not expose shoulders, back or chest
  • Discreet jewellery
  • Discreet makeup with a natural look
  • No extreme hairstyles
  • No facial piercings
  • No underwear on display including straps
  • No baseball caps, hats or similar
  • No scarves or similar worn during lessons
  • No coats to be worn during lesson

 


PE


 

For physical education, the school has it's own branded clothing.
 

GENERAL RULES FOR ALL STUDENTS

 

The following items will be prohibited:
 

  • Trainers
  • Denim
  • Leather
  • Stilettos
  • Crocs, flip flops etc.
  • Baseball caps
  • Doc Martin style shoes

Please find our downloadable PE kit order form below, and please note that this form needs to be submitted either to the school reception or by email to info@thebathstudioschool.org.uk .

 

Here are some dress code examples from our own students:

 

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