Teenager, 16, sent home from propagandize after teachers claimed her dress …
February 2, 2017 - School Uniform
A SCHOOLGIRL was sent home after teachers motionless her dress was too brief – notwithstanding her wearing it for a final SIX MONTHS.
Alisha Loco, 16, missed dual ridicule GCSE exams after bosses during Manchester Communication Academy pronounced it breached their ‘business appropriate’ uniform policy.
The teen claims she was told a pencil polyester dress was done from a wrong material.
She said: “I’d usually only arrived during propagandize and we was pulled into a propagandize uniform room.
“The clergyman pronounced they are changing a manners on uniform and that my dress was too revealing. The thing is I’ve been wearing this dress for 6 months and I’d never been pulled adult on it.
“It’s not even that brief and we had thick downy tights on underneath. It’s not divulgence during all.
“I refused to change into one of a ones they had in a uniform room so they sent me home.”
It is accepted high propagandize chiefs sent a content out to relatives reminding them about a manners on propagandize uniform.
Her silent Jackie Griffiths, from Harpurhey, Manchester, added: “We perceived a content observant all skirts had to be knee length and trousers not too tight.
“They pronounced all propagandize uniform has to be business appropriate. She’s had a dress given September.
“I don’t know since they have a problem with it today. Why lift her out now?
“I consider it’s wrong my daughter has been sent home since of it. She has got ridicule exams. Her preparation should come first, not her uniform.”
A orator for a propagandize said: “Manchester Communication Academy has both uniform and poise policies that fact a academy’s expectations for a students.
“The academy provides code new uniform for all a year 7 students and supports all year groups with any deputy uniform needs.
“There is therefore no need for any tyro to be non-compliant with courtesy to a academy’s uniform standards.
“On a singular arise when students exclude to approve with these expectations and exclude to follow staff instructions, afterwards they will be released and a matter discussed with parents.
“The immeasurable infancy of students wear their uniform with honour and demeanour really smart.
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