LAL Summer Schools UK Dress Code Policy

All Staff

All staff should be dressed suitably for office and classroom environments such that a professional image is projected to students, agents, partners or any other outside party.

Staff may be required to change upon request by their line manager.

Female staff should remember that certain cultures can be offended by what they consider to be immodest dress and exposure of certain parts of the body, e.g. short skirts, sleeveless tops, low cut tops etc.

All staff should wear their ID badge at all times while at work, unless it is deemed unsafe to do so. All staff should wear LAL uniform for the duration of the course and employment. No staff should wear a t-shirt with any political, offensive or gratuitous slogans words or messages.

Clothes should be laundered and pressed.

Uniform issued must be returned at the end of employment in a reusable condition. The cost of replacing uniform not returned or returned in an unacceptable condition will be deducted from final salary.

 

The following specific conditions apply:

Summer Schools UK – Management Staff

 

Centre Manager:

Long or short-sleeved shirt or blouse (no T-shirt), jacket (optional) & tie (optional), trousers or chinos (no blue jeans, shorts or cargo trousers), shoes or boots (no trainers or flip flops). No sportswear, e.g. football shirts.

For the first few days the CM should adhere to the above code as first impressions are vital. As the course proceeds, it is possible to be a little more informal and wear a LAL branded shirt.

 

When meeting with IGLs, you will be required to exert a certain amount of gravitas so please use your common sense.


Office Manager :LAL branded shirt or blouse, (trousers/skirt (no blue jeans).

Academic Manager: LAL branded shirt or blouse. Long or short-sleeved shirt, smart top or blouse (only plain, smart T-shirts), jacket

(optional) & tie (optional), full-length trousers or chinos (no blue jeans or shorts),

modest length skirt or dress, shoes or boots (only black, smart trainers and no flip

flops). No sportswear, e.g. football shirts.   .

Leisure Management: LAL branded shirt or blouse, trousers/skirt (no blue jeans) when in the office, attending IGL and staff meetings and on excursions. When in the role of an Activity Leader please refer to the Activity Leader dress code.

Welfare Manager: LAL branded shirt or blouse, trousers/skirt (no blue jeans).

 

Summer Schools UK – Teaching Staff

Teaching & Testing: Long or short-sleeved shirt, smart top or blouse (only plain, smart T-shirts), jacket

(optional) & tie (optional), full-length trousers or chinos (no blue jeans or shorts),

modest length skirt or dress, shoes or boots (only black, smart trainers and no flip

flops). No sportswear, e.g. football shirts.  

Activities & Excursions: LAL uniform (polo-shirt/sweat shirt/rain jacket where

necessary or available), clean, smart jeans or trousers or chinos, cargo trousers or

shorts, skirt or dress. No trendy jeans with holes in.

 

 

Summer Schools UK – Activity Staff

Activities & Excursion, House Parenting: LAL uniform (polo-shirt/sweat shirt/rain jacket where necessary or available), clean, smart jeans or trousers, chinos or cargo trousers or shorts or skirt or dress. No scruffy, dirty jeans or trendy jeans with holes in.

 

Summer Schools UK – Welfare Staff

House Parenting, Activities & Excursions: LAL uniform (polo-shirt/sweat shirt/rain

jacket where necessary or available), clean, smart jeans or trousers, chinos or cargo

trousers or shorts, skirt or dress. No trendy jeans with holes in.

 

 Summer Schools UK – Airport Transfer Duty  

LAL uniform (polo-shirt/sweat shirt/rain jacket where necessary or available). No

blue jeans, shorts or cargo trousers, black trousers/skirts only. Shoes or boots (no trainers or flip flops).