Wellington Girls’ College pupils outrider mufti ‘freedom’ with uniform quay jump

October 29, 2015 - School Uniform

Wellington Girls’ College pupils outrider mufti ‘freedom’ with uniform quay jump

Wellington Girls College students burst into Frank Kitts Lagoon to applaud their final year of wearing uniforms.

The sniff of a soppy woollen jersey is a sentimental smell for anyone who spent their infirm years soldiering by Wellington’s meridian in propagandize uniform.

That scent, kaleidoscopic with salt, lingered in a seabreeze during Wellington’s firth on Friday prolonged after some-more than 100 squealing schoolgirls flung themselves – uniforms and all – into a harbour.

The Wellington Girls College year 12 annual quay burst on their final day of propagandize before end-of-year investigate leave has turn a tradition.

Wellington Girls College students before their burst into Frank Kitts Lagoon to applaud their final year of wearing uniforms.

Talia Jennings was among a year 12 schoolgirls jumping into Frank Kitts Lagoon to applaud their final year of wearing uniforms.

The girls retained any other’s hands as they took a final thrust from their uniform-wearing days, to outrider their final year in propagandize in mufti.

It outlines a transition from propagandize uniform to mufti in their final year. “Freedom”, as one lady put it.

The quay jumped was organized over Facebook.

Parents armed with phone cameras prisoner a movement and vibrating schoolgirls used their selfie sticks to request a aftermath.

Talia Jennings and friends, of Wellington Girls College students, lick goodbye to their final propagandize day in uniform by jumping into Frank Kitts Lagoon.

Among a jumpers was Hope Gardner, 17.

Wrapped in a towel and with blood streaming from a indenture in her knee from clambering behind to dry land, Hope was all smiles as she expected a select year ahead. 

“It’s to applaud a leisure of being means to wear whatever we like,” she explained.

Her crony Katherine West, 16, found a H2O chilly.

“it was unequivocally cold when we initial got in. But after that it was a bit some-more fun.”

Hope’s father watched as hundreds of dollars value of propagandize uniform tumbled into a harbour.

“She’s not going to need it anymore. So what she hasn’t ruined, we’ll present to charity,” Stu Gardner said.


 – Stuff

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