Ysgol Friars sends home 15 pupils in one day for not carrying a right propagandize …
May 17, 2015 - School Uniform
There are concerns over a school’s uniform process after 15 pupils were sent home in a singular day.
Those incompetent to transport home were put in an ostracism room for a residue of a propagandize day.
But some parents, guardians and councillors trust a uniform process is too strict.
One parent, who didn’t wish to be named, said: “The trousers we send my son to propagandize in are done from widen element though they are not jeans.
“He was done to lay in apprehension all afternoon since he was wearing these trousers, though we exclude to buy a ones a schools wants us to buy since they are too costly and flimsy.”
‘In a cessation room for a whole day’
Abi Weston, from Caernarfon, added: “I had a phone call off a propagandize seeking to take some trousers adult for my small brother, Timothy Jones, who was wearing black jeans.
“But he was put in a cessation room for a whole day since he lives too distant divided apparently (to transport home).”
Cllr Chris O’Neal pronounced his courtesy was drawn to a conditions by endangered relatives in his Marchog ward, whose children attend Ysgol Friars.
“I trust a propagandize have a right to have a uniform policy” he said. “But we don’t know because they have to be so despotic on this process if it’s carrying an outcome on a pupils’ education.
“I don’t consider to be sent home or done to lay in a room all day is a right approach to go about this.
“If there is an emanate with a child’s uniform, it should be brought adult with a relatives rather than a pupil.
‘Trying it on’
“It’s also a problem if a child is allergic to a string in a uniform, what are they ostensible to do then? And a cost of a propagandize uniform positively isn’t inexpensive either.”
Friars headteacher Neil Foden pronounced pupils were usually sent home or released as a final resort.
“Unfortunately there have been a series of pupils who have been perplexing it on with regards what they have been wearing so they were cold from a assembly,” he said.
“These pupils were wearing jeans, trainers or phony shoes. We have sent out letters to a relatives previously so it should have come as no warn to them that this has happened.”
Mr Foden added: “If members of a open see pupils not in correct uniform, that’s a sense they have of a propagandize rather than infancy of pupils who are smartly dressed.”