Parents’ mad after Plymouth propagandize insists pupils MUST wear …
June 3, 2017 - School Uniform
PARENTS have been left mad after a propagandize insisted pupils contingency wear branded uniform that costs £18 – even yet an roughly matching outfit can be bought during Tesco for usually £4.
Tor Bridge High School in Estover, Plymouth, has pronounced from September, if pupils don’t wear the scold trousers and skirts they will be put in detention.
Parents, who were told of a change in March, contend this is holding a gun to a heads of families who can’t means it – and matching uniforms can be bought during Tesco for usually £4.
Mum-of-seven Michelle Berry, who has 3 children attending Tor Bridge, pronounced she skeleton to lead a parents’ mutiny and refuses to pay.
She said: “You can buy trousers in Tesco for £4 and Tor Bridge are charging between £18 and £24 per pair.
“Worse still, they’re going to retaliate a children who don’t wear a right uniform.
“It’s not a children’s fault, they shouldn’t be punished.
“It wouldn’t be so bad if a trousers were a reasonable price.
“Many relatives are indignant during this. I’m really not going to pay.”
Fellow silent Hayley Burbage pronounced “I’m so indignant with this decision.
“I’ve always put my son in Tesco propagandize trousers and have never had a problem. Why should we be penalised for other people’s mistakes?
“I’m infirm and on advantages and nonetheless people consider we have lots of money, we don’t and we can’t means to spend hundreds of pounds on uniform my son will usually wear for half a year since he’s grown too discerning for it to final any longer.”
Parent Emma Courtier said forcing relatives to cough up more for branded uniform was “disgusting”.
She added: “I will have, in a not too apart future, 4 boys attending Tor Bridge High – my uniform costs for any child will be around £125. When my twins start, that will be a £250 and spend in one dusk on propagandize uniform.”
The propagandize pronounced a preference to make a branded uniform mandatory was not one taken lightly.
In a statement, element Liz Dunstan, said: “It is in response to a joining to say high personal standards of uniform in school.”
She combined that a propagandize understands parent’s concerns and is formulation to reason a dump in assembly on Jun 13 where families can plead a matter further.
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