Parents told to buy new uniforms for kids after propagandize changes colour scheme
June 18, 2016 - School Uniform
- Otford Primary School in Kent has altered uniform colour to navy blue
- It was formerly stately blue and several relatives bought new clothes
- New headteacher Helen Roberts brought in change after one day in charge
Joseph Curtis For Mailonline
Parents of primary propagandize children are indignant after being told to buy new uniforms for their children after a propagandize altered their colour intrigue by one shade.
Newly allocated headteacher Helen Roberts announced a Otford Primary School, nearby Sevenoaks, Kent, would be casting aside a stately blue uniform in foster of a navy choice – most to a distrurbance of relatives who have already bought uniforms.
Head Mrs Roberts had been in post for only one day when creation a change after a open half term.
Parents of pupils during Otford Primary School, pictured, in Kent are indignant after it altered a uniform colour intrigue by one shade notwithstanding several already shopping now-obsolete clothing
The stream propagandize uniform, pictured, is stately blue though will be changing to navy from a subsequent propagandize year
Parent Jan Padgett, 39, of Otford, said: ‘On a Tuesday we went back, we got an email observant prohibited off a press we will be changing a uniform to navy blue.
‘There is a cost to all a relatives though also a fact that all in a propagandize is colour-coded.
‘The doors and a windows are embellished stately blue. There is already a pointer that they have altered to a new colour.
‘We are asked to minister to things during propagandize – and we would rather that income was put into books and resources than changing a colour of a paint.’
Graphic engineer Mrs Padgett is angry that relatives who bought a uniform with a devise to palm it down to younger siblings will now remove that money-saving option.
The school’s, pictured, pronounced a change was not set in mill and would be reviewed by governors
The propagandize now has a sweatshirt tip or cardigan with a propagandize trademark festooned on a front, that costs around £10.
Children are also compulsory to wear grey skirts, trousers or pinafores in winter and a gingham dress in summer.
But Mrs Roberts pronounced a change was not set in mill and could make a U-turn on a decision, that is now underneath examination with relatives and propagandize governors.
She said: ‘It is one of a series of measures that aims to lift already good standards. This is a duration of conference with a relatives of a school.
‘The ruling physique will make a final preference after seeking a views of all parents.’
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