Joining the Sixth Form 2020

We very much look forward to welcoming new pupils to the Sixth Form at Dauntsey's in September.

Results Day 

Please email your results to the Registrar, Jo Sagers at Deputy Head (Academic), Jon Tyler will also be in School on results day and available for consultation should you wish to discuss results and/or A Level choices

Medical Forms

Please remember to complete, sign and return by 1 May. Email to: Additional copies can be found in Letters and Forms

Dress Regulations

Sixth Form pupils are not expected to wear school uniform but their dress and appearance should be in a style that would be appropriate for a formal business environment.

The following guidelines will help in deciding what is appropriate:

  • A suit or a sports jacket/blazer and formal trousers.
  • A formal monochrome or discreetly striped or checked collared shirt.
  • A jumper or waistcoat.
  • A tie.
  • Practical and smart footware.
  • Corduroy, denim or canvas clothing or shoes should not be worn.
  • A top coat may be worn, but this must be in addition to the required jacket.
  • Jewellery, if worn, should not be visible. Earrings may not be worn.
  • A smart formal skirt, which should be approximately of knee length, or a tailored pair of trousers.
  • A smart jacket (denim, suede, etc would be inappropriate).
  • Trousers cut in the style of jeans with patch pockets at the back should not be worn; nor should those that are ‘skinny fit’.
  • A collared blouse, polo neck or a plain scoop neck or v-neck top (no low necklines or T-shirts with logos).
  • A pullover, but not a sweatshirt or a hooded top.
  • Practical and smart footware
  • A top coat may be worn, but this must be in addition to the required jacket.
  • Jewellery and make up, if worn, should be discreet. If earrings are worn there should be only two (at most) in each ear.

New Sixth Form entrants should confirm the sports they will be playing before purchasing games kit.


Essential Tips

  • Girls' staples: a pair of black trousers and/or skirt with a smart jacket.
  • Boys' staples: at least two smart ties and a dark suit.
  • Clothes should not be over-sized or under-sized.
  • Clothes and shoes should not be of an extreme colour or style.
  • No exposed midriffs.
  • No low-cut tops.
  • No jeans-style trousers.
  • No flip-flops!

Sixth Form Life at Dauntsey's

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Sixth Form race the Jolie Brise

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