Strood Academy propagandize sends 40 pupils home on initial day of tenure for not …
January 11, 2015 - School Uniform
- Strood Academy, Kent, sent home 40 pupils for wrong uniform on Monday
- Children were incited divided during a embankment by teachers with clipboards
- Furious relatives contend students incited divided for wrong trousers and socks
- Autistic lady was ‘singled out’ for improper trousers, her mom says
- Headmistress says propagandize creates ‘no excuses for carrying high standards’
Ollie Gillman for MailOnline
Around 40 pupils were sent home on a initial day behind to propagandize after a Christmas mangle for not wearing a scold uniform – including one child who was wearing a wrong colour socks.
Dozens of children were refused entrance to Strood Academy, Kent, on Monday for not complying with a school’s despotic uniform policy.
Furious relatives pronounced teachers incited children divided during a embankment for wearing a wrong kind of trousers, blazer and even socks.
Around 40 pupils were sent home on a initial day behind during Strood Academy, Kent, for wearing a wrong uniform
Harri Scott, a 12-year-old lady with autism, was incited divided given her black, tailored trousers were ‘wrong’, her mom said.
‘Being singled out and incited divided done her unequivocally upset,’ mom Jackie Winter told KentOnline.
‘Harri has ragged those same trousers for dual terms now, and unexpected a propagandize pronounced they were inappropriate, though they haven’t pronounced why.
‘They even left it adult to a children to ring home and to make their possess approach back. As distant as I’m endangered when my child is during propagandize she is underneath their avocation of caring and it is their shortcoming to make certain she is safe, not let her off propagandize drift to travel home on her own, but even meaningful for certain if I’d been contacted. What if something had happened to her?’
Other parents, including Ashley Hitch, 33, who works during Medway Maritime Hospital, reported carrying to leave work to collect adult their children and arrange out a problem.
WHAT THE RULES SAY: STROOD ACADEMY’S STRICT UNIFORM POLICY
Girls: Academy blazer with badge
Black or skin-toned plain tights or black socks
Black boots (no sandals, boots, trainers or open heels)
Optional academy black V-neck jumper with logo
Black, pleated dress no aloft than only above a knee or tailored trousers or pinstriped blouse
Boys: Academy blazer with badge
Black boots laces (no trainers, tutor boots or boots)
Optional black V-neck jumper with logo
Furious relatives pronounced their children were told to go home for wearing a wrong kind of trousers, blazer and even socks
Miss Hitch, whose daughter Chelsie, 13, was pulled adult for wearing ‘too skinny’ trousers, said: ‘The teachers were station outward a gates with clipboards branch pupils away. It was like a energy trip.
‘They apparently don’t have adequate to do. They are training pupils about coming rather than indeed educating them.’
Headmistress Kim Gunn pronounced she would make no excuses for her school’s ‘high standards’
Meanwhile primogenitor Laura Hopwood pronounced her friend’s son was sent home for wearing navy hosiery instead of black ones.
The academy’s uniform process states that girls contingency wear a academy blazer with a school’s badge, as good as a dress that should lay no aloft than only above a knee.
Girls can also select to wear black, tailored trousers or a pinstriped blouse with black or skin-toned tights or black socks.
Meanwhile boys contingency wear a blazer, a white shirt and a academy’s tie.
They contingency wear black trousers and both boys and girls should wear black shoes.
Strood Academy headmistress Kim Gunn said: ‘Strood Academy make no excuses for carrying high standards for their students, including uniform.
‘Unfortunately, a unequivocally little series of students have steadfastly challenged a uniform expectations notwithstanding countless reminders and conversations with families
‘Four letters, a newsletter object and a website presentation were sent to relatives seeking them to safeguard that students were in scold uniform or they would be sent home to redress a uniform issue.
‘Pupils who sensitive staff that they were incompetent to safely make their approach home were kept in school.’
NEW TERM, NEW RULES: HOW SCHOOLS AROUND THE COUNTRY HAVE BEEN CRITICISED FOR IMPOSING STRICT UNIFORM REGULATIONS THIS YEAR
Pupils and relatives around a nation have found themselves a victims of stricter uniform manners being imposed in Britain’s classrooms this propagandize year.
Around 100 students were sent home only mins after nearing for a initial day of tenure in Sep when staff during The Coseley School, Bilston, West Midlands, told them their boots was not ‘black, leather shoes’ and was ‘inappropriate’.
Emma Guthrie, who bought a £20 span of black grave boots for her son Lewis, 12, said: ‘We had a content about a boots a day before. But that’s no good.
‘I consider it’s disgraceful. What have [shoes] got to do with him looking during a blackboard, reading and writing?
‘I’m not going out and shopping any more, I’m putting my feet down and he’s wearing them.’
Tyler Hawkins (left) was done to colour-in his boots with marker, while (right picture, left to right) Jaydee Hart, 13, Chloe Gregory, 14, and Amelia Wileman, 13, were told their uniforms were ‘too tight’
Kicked out: Mason Beaumont, 14, graphic with his mom Lindsay Stansfield, was sent home from Hanson Academy in Bradford, West Yorkshire when staff branded his black leather boots ‘trainers’
A few days later, 15-year-old Tyler Hawkins was told to ‘colour in’ a white ‘swoosh’ and soles on his Nike boots with a black coop pen during Newquay’s Tretherras School.
His mother, Gemma, said: ‘Uniforms cost a lot of income as it is. I’ve got 3 children and we don’t get any help.
‘It’s angry me so most we feel like being a insurgent myself and creation him buy an orange pair.’
In October, relatives of pupils during Headlands School in Bridlington, East Yorkshire claimed their teenage daughters have been left in tears after teachers told a pupils their trousers were too tight.
They pronounced their children have been told by teachers their black propagandize trousers are too parsimonious around a ‘calf and bottom areas’ and are not partial of a propagandize uniform.
Sian Hart pronounced her 13-year-old daughter, Jaydee, was among those taken out of category and told her trousers were too tight.
She said: ‘She has been wearing a same uniform ever given she started during Headlands. She’s unequivocally spare and high and we unequivocally onslaught to find trousers that fit her.
In November, Hanson Academy in Bradford, West Yorkshire sent home 215 pupils over dual days after strictly enforcing a new dress code.
Several students reported being incited divided during a gates for teenager infringements such as wearing a winter cloak and not displaying their propagandize ID on a lanyard.
A infancy of tyro were sent home for wearing a wrong footwear, Hanson Academy business manager Sarah Roberts said.
Mason Beaumont, 14, was incited divided for wearing black leather Magnum done boots given staff branded them trainers.
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