What do we consider of these new propagandize uniforms?
January 4, 2016 - School Uniform
We’ve all had a giggle (or 10 perhaps) during a name of a new Eunoia Junior College. Now, we can usually suppose what their new propagandize uniform competence be like.
Would a uniform stay true to a Greek origins of a school’s name and incorporate some arrange of Toga style? Time will tell.
Fortunately, we don’t have to wait too prolonged to decider a uniforms of a new primary schools.
With their *ahem* artistic names (Waterway primary propagandize and Oasis Primary School), The New Paper wondered usually how radical their uniforms would be.
We picked 6 comparatively new schools, 3 of that non-stop usually this year while 3 others supposed students final year, in 2015.
1. Punggol Cove Primary School (2016)Photos: Facebook
Punggol Cove Primary School clearly chose comfort over character for their propagandize uniforms – and we brave contend it’s a correct choice.
The students wear a multiple of a black and white polo T-shirt and black shorts. There is no overly brave colour intrigue and pattern in place here, and we’re certain students (and their parents) are beholden for that.
2. Oasis Primary School (2016)PHOTOS: Facebook
I’m a small uncertain about this uniform. They clearly took a name “Oasis” unequivocally literally as can be seen in a unequivocally blue colour scheme.
I usually wish that they committed to a colour. The white cut-out looks like it’s there given a printer ran out of ink.
The T-shirt also seems to be going for a mandarin collar, that is not that common in propagandize uniforms.
It’s a novel demeanour that we wasn’t too penetrating on during first, though we suppose it’s improved than normal collars, given how bleak and wet Singapore can be.
3. Waterway Primary School (2016)PHOTO: FACEBOOK
Unlike Oasis Primary School, Waterway Primary School, that non-stop currently (Jan 4), clearly didn’t demeanour to their name for impulse when conceptualizing their uniform.
It’s a flattering normal-looking uniform for a propagandize that has a misfortune name in this list.
Call me a masochist, though I can’t assistance though wish they were a small some-more brave – maybe examination with a opposite colour scheme.
After all, if you’re going to name your propagandize Waterway Primary School, we competence as good go all out and during slightest have a few H2O motifs.
4. West Spring Primary School (2015)PHOTO: ST FILE PHOTO
West Spring Primary School non-stop a doors to students in 2015 and their uniform resembled a multiple of a polo T-shirt and a vest in a colour combination that done me consider if a designers were colour-blind. Pastel blue and purple, really?
Thankfully, a propagandize has given introduced a new propagandize uniform (below) that was ragged currently by a Primary 3 pupils.PHOTO: WEST SPRING PRIMARY SCHOOL
The propagandize pronounced that a colour and pattern were voted by students, parents, staff and advisory house members this year.
The electric blue-and-black colour intrigue is a lot better and I’m unequivocally fondness a culottes on a girls. It’s unsentimental nonetheless cute. The blue outline also does good to set this propagandize uniform detached from others.
5. Alexandra Primary School (2015)PHOTO: ST FILE PHOTO
Alexandra Primary School has a many understated stylish uniform among a new schools here, in my opinion.
I like that a polo T-shirts don’t demeanour too infrequent and still resemble a blouse while remaining a gentle fit for a students.
The students are also wearing black boots that interconnected with grey socks.
This fact usually creates a uniform cocktail and mount out from other schools that need students to enclose white boots and socks.
6. Spectra Secondary School (2015)PHOTO: ST FILE PHOTO
Renowned internal engineer Ashley Isham designed a uniforms for Spectra Secondary School, that non-stop in 2015.
I like a white, purple and black multiple of a uniform and it looks like it will be gentle too.
The pleats on both a shorts and a pants also creates it smart and select – ensuring that it can be ragged good after students have graduated.