The wrong shoes? Ashington twins put in siege over propagandize uniform row
May 1, 2017 - School Uniform
A silent has strike out during a propagandize after her twin daughters were put in siege for wearing a wrong shoes.
Abbey and Holly Seddon, both 14, were criminialized from lessons during Northumberland Church of England Academy’s Josephine Butler campus given of their £50 black Vans.
Mum Kelly Seddon claims a propagandize introduced a stricter uniform process final September, though unsuccessful to tell relatives about a changes until pupils started a new term.
A orator for a propagandize pronounced a uniform process had been in place given 2013 and was done transparent to all parents.
But Mrs Seddon, 33, said: “It is abominable and we feel that my daughters are being victimised.
“They wore a Vans final year and it was not an issue. we spent £100 on them again given they are ideal for walking to propagandize in and are comfortable.
“Parents usually got a content summary observant a boots were not partial of a uniform after a children were behind during school.”
Abbey and Holly have wore their Vans via a propagandize year though were put in siege for a day after a Easter holidays.
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Mrs Seddon, of Ashington, Northumberland, was so mad that she refused to send her daughters to propagandize on Wednesday.
“They are doing their GCSEs and I’m not carrying them sitting in a room duplicating from content books,” she said.
“It is a essential time in their preparation and we won’t let them imperil that. They can use online resources instead.”
Mrs Seddon pronounced other pupils had also been put in siege after breaching a uniform policy.
She is now due to accommodate with preparation bosses subsequent week to try and solve a dispute.
The school’s principal executive Steve Gibson pronounced pupils who steadfastly exclude to reside by a process are placed in isolation.
He added: “All learners are approaching to take honour in their appearance, including their dress, and in their academy. As such they are approaching to wear a scold uniform during all times.
“Letters were sent home to relatives before a finish of tenure in Jul and again during a start of tenure in September, with construction and reminders of a uniform expectations.
“Text messages have also been sent and information has been done accessible in a newsletters and on a propagandize website.
“We would like to appreciate a immeasurable infancy of a relatives who are ancillary us in a ambitions for a immature people and a infancy of students who wear their uniform with pride.”