‘Up to 70’ schoolgirls are sent home from propagandize for wearing brief skirts
April 15, 2016 - School Uniform
Chloe Hirst, 16, was sent home from Lord Grey School in Bletchley for ‘inappropriate uniform’
As many as 70 schoolgirls were sent home for wearing brief skirts to stop ‘boys peering adult them’, indignant relatives have claimed.
Dozens of pupils were incited divided from Lord Grey delegate propagandize in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, during a start of a new tenure since their dress was too brief or their trousers were too tight.
But notwithstanding complaints from parents, a headteacher pronounced that girls should not seem ‘over-sexualised’ and vows to continue promulgation home those who destroy to approve with uniform rules.
Dr Tracey Jones pronounced that 29 girls were sent home on Monday morning, while relatives disagree a figure was closer to 70.
She said: ‘We are safeguarding a womanlike students.
‘They should demeanour kind and medium and not seem over-sexualised in figure hugging trousers or unequivocally brief skirts.
‘We have a building retard with 6 flights of stairs. The final thing we wish is boys peering adult girls’ skirts while they are climbing a stairs.’
She combined that relatives were given copiousness of warning that a uniform check would occur on a initial day behind after a Easter holidays.
‘We warned that students would be sent home if their uniform did not comply. School manners state skirts should be knee length and trousers should be lax fitting,’ she said.
‘The relatives were warned. They have no drift for complaint.
‘In fact, we will be conducting serve uniform checks via a tenure – and we will send students home again if necessary.’
However, many relatives are unfortunate with a pierce and explain their children’s uniform is not inappropriate.
Year 11 student Chloe Hirst, 16, was sent home for ‘inappropriate uniform’ though her father says he doesn’t see a problem.
Window cleaner Jay Hirst, 41, said: ‘I can’t see what a problem is. She’s been wearing a same dress for months and they lift her adult now.
‘I can know if a lady goes with a brief brief dress afterwards maybe though this was ridiculous.’
Her father pronounced a preference was ‘ridiculous’ and pronounced Chloe has been wearing a same dress for months. Girls have also been sent home for wearing trousers that are too tight
Chloe pronounced she felt it was ‘disgusting’ girls were being told how to dress, though not a boys.
‘The boys never get any hassle, they are so sexist about it,’ she said. ‘I feel like it is outrageous how a ask women to dress modestly.
Dr Tracey Jones, headteacher of Lord Grey School, pronounced womanlike pupils should demeanour ‘demure’ and not seem ‘over-sexualised’
‘They never used to be despotic on skirts though now it is ridiculous.’
Chloe, who lives with her 4 sisters, Kirsty, 23, Daniella, 20, Lauren, 14, Millie, 11 in Milton Keynes, did not get by a propagandize gates before she was sent behind home by teachers monitoring uniform.
She said: ‘It’s my GCSE year and they are always groan that we are not doing adequate work, nonetheless they send us home for a uniform.
‘I was walking to school, there were about 20 teachers on a gate. we walked past 4 of them and they didn’t contend anything.
‘Then one of a teachers pronounced ‘you need to go home’
‘I consider it is absurd as I’ve been wearing a same thing for dual years though I’ve never been sent home.
After we got sent home my silent rang adult a propagandize wanting to know why.’
Chloe’s sisters Lauren, 14, Millie, 11, have not been sent home from propagandize over their uniform.
It is believed that students are now being put into siege over a uniform issue.
Another parent, who did not wish to be named, took a sketch of her 14-year-old daughter who was sent home, station subsequent to her classmate whose trousers upheld a test.
She said: ‘My daughter is on a right and it’s roughly unfit a mark a disproportion between their dual pairs of trousers.
‘I consider a propagandize is being positively absurd and loads of relatives are unequivocally cranky that their children were sent home.
‘We bought my daughter’s trousers in New Look, from a propagandize uniform section.
‘I can’t see how they are inapt in any way.’
Dozens of schoolgirls were incited divided from a delegate propagandize following a uniform check
Parents contend adult to 70 girls were sent home on a initial day of term, though Dr Jones pronounced it was 29
The propagandize website states: ‘The wearing of a particular propagandize dress creates an critical grant to a tinge and repute of a school; gives students a clarity of belonging, and stops students entrance to propagandize in garments that are unsuited for school.’
It goes on to foreordain that students contingency wear black tailored skirts or trousers – dress contingency be during slightest knee length and trousers contingency be somewhat lax and lax during a ankle.
Parents have also criticised a school, that has a ‘good’ Ofsted rating, for promulgation youngsters home alone but contacting their parents, many of whom were during work.
Another parent, who did not wish to be named, took a sketch of her 14-year-old daughter (right) who was sent home, station subsequent to her classmate whose trousers upheld a test