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Dress Code 

Future Schools Trust Sixth Form expects students to wear smart office wear at all times when on site.

A more detailed description can be found below.

Male students: Suit trousers and suit jacket or blazer, shirt with tie that is visible at all times, leather shoes and the Cornwallis Sixth Form Lanyard. Trouser length (at shortest) must touch the top of the shoe.

Female students: Tailored trousers, skirt or dress made from a non-stretch fabric, accompanied by a jacket or blazer, leather shoes and the Cornwallis Sixth Form Lanyard. Dresses and skirts length should sit no higher than 5cm above the knee. Trouser length (at shortest) must touch the top of the shoe.
 

Discreet make-up can be worn.

Hairstyles and makeup should be appropriate for a professional, working environment.

If providing your son/daughter with the correct sixth form uniform is a financial problem, please do not hesitate to contact the sixth form team.

Bursary Information

Travel Information

Kent County Council have updated the application process for 16+ travel cards. All 16+ bus pass applications must now be made directly to KCC and not through the school. There is an option to pay as a one off payment, or two instalments. Bursary funding will help recoup these costs throughout the academic year if students are eligible, but we are unable to use bursary monies to pay the initial costs of £200/£400 as the applications are no longer made through education providers. Please use the link to KCC’s website for further guidance.