Dad’s ire after daughter is sent home from propagandize for her waist …
October 28, 2016 - School Uniform
Darren Benson, 39, says a Jamaican crony of his daughter Chenise has been authorised to sojourn during a propagandize notwithstanding sporting a really identical hairdo.
Mr Benson criticised teachers during George Pindar School after 13-year-old Chenise caused a stir with her new style.
He splashed out £140 for her to have a braids – that looks like a companion twins from The Matrix sequels.
Chenise had a character finished for her sister’s birthday during a half tenure mangle – though was sent home from propagandize when she went back.
But Darren has indicted a propagandize of “double standards”- since a crony of hers of Jamaican-descent is authorised dreads.
The teen was sent home from a propagandize in Scarborough, North Yorks., after she pennyless propagandize uniform rules.
Darren, 39, said: “It cost £140 and will stay in her hair for a year so it won’t be entrance out.
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“One of her friends during a school, who has Jamaican heritage, has a same character of hair cut though with a red ribbon in it rather than white and she has been authorised to remain.”
Darren, of Scarborough, North Yorks., added: “I’ve review a process per haircuts – and we can’t see what order she has broken.”
Mr Benson says he contacted North Yorkshire County Council that told him he had to lift his conflict with his daughter’s propagandize directly.
A process request on a school’s website states: ‘Please note we do not concede extreme, assumed hairstyles or colouring.
“Any hair accessories should be of a unsentimental inlet and should not be decorative.
“If we are in doubt greatfully hit your child’s mentor during a school. Hair should be no shorter than a Grade 3 cut.
“Please be wakeful that what is and is not excusable will be motionless by a propagandize in line with this process and a school’s preference is final.
“Please note that in promulgation your child to George Pindar School that we are similar to safeguard your child abides by this policy.
“If we have any queries or questions per any aspect of uniform, jewellery, hairstyle, greatfully could we hit a school.”
A George Pindar School orator said: “It is a initial time we have listened about a matter and obviously, with it being half-term, there is no approach we can get a full credentials sum about a matter.”