Dress Code

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Professional and appropriate attire for all students

At the Bucks UTC it is important that our students have a smart and business like appearance but we are also aware that construction students will have to comply with health and safety regulations as well as wearing clothes that fit the environment they are working in.

The following dress code takes the above into consideration but also allows students to show a level of individuality and the need to effectively represent the Bucks UTC in the local community and workplace. We believe that all students should take pride in their appearance. Smart dressing conveys positive feelings in terms of commitment and attitude to work and it also enables students to show that they fully embrace the UTC’s ethos.

This dress code will allow you to choose clothing from a wide range of retail outlets rather than confining you to a uniform shop.

Male Students

boy-outfit
Suit

A smart business suit – navy, black, charcoal grey or any other dark colour, or

Blazer

A blazer/ tailored jacket with co‑ordinating trousers may also be worn

Shirt

Smart plain business shirt in pale colours

Tie

A smart business-like tie must be worn at all times

Jumper

A plain (no logo), v-neck jumper which co-ordinates with the jacket may also be worn. It must be a v‑.neck and the tie must be visible.

Shoes

Shoes must be formal, smart and dark in colour (no trainers)

Female Students

girl outfit
Suit

A smart business suit – navy, black, charcoal grey or any other dark colour, or

Blazer

A blazer/ tailored jacket with co‑ordinating trousers, skirt or dress may also be worn

Blouse

Smart plain business blouse in pale colours

Skirt/Dress/Trousers

Smart skirt/dress or trousers (skirts should be worn on or just above the knee)

Jumper

A plain (no logo), v‑neck jumper which co‑ordinates with the jacket may also be worn. It must be a v‑neck and the tie must be visible.

Shoes

Shoes must be formal, smart and dark in colour (no trainers) with a low heel

Construction Students
Suitable health and safety attire for hands-on practical work, provided by Taylor Wimpey.

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Headwear
High Visibility Jacket
Footwear
Clothing
Clothing
Trousers