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How strict is your school uniform ?

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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    Your school sounds harsh
    yeppp
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    School doesn't have one :sexface:

    Well I'm in a sixth form college
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    People would get suspended for incorrect hair/shoes/no tie. Very strict, uniform for sixthform too.

    Now I always look dapper at my pre uni placement
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    Wow.

    Our school has no uniform and yet, people esp. girls are unhappy with what little clothing rules we have.

    I am a school councillor and every single meeting I have a flood of girls telling me:

    we want to allow crop tops
    allow short shorts
    allow strapless tops
    allow bra tops !

    I think its horrible.


    I wish we had a uniform
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    how many times are you going to make a thread about your school uniform and post a picture of them shoes js?
    my thinking exactly
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    (Original post by Vanilla Cupcake)
    In what world is that a strict uniform plz
    Plus my school said my sister could only wear her primark uggs in winter
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    (Original post by QuibblerWaffle)
    My school is trying wayy too hard to look smart. We have like the second worst reputation in the area so I see their reasonings:rofl:
    The worst school in my area has a posh uniform
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    (Original post by SoDoneWithSchool)
    Very I guess. For starters we have to wear leather type shoes...not those
    Black school straight skirt with a slit at the back-knee length. (they measure it almost everyday )
    Either sleeved or sleeveless collared shirt. No rolling up of sleeves uless told.
    Blazer. Must be worn until you receive permission to take it off
    Top button up unless you ask to take it off
    Tie must be right length and done properly
    if you wear trousers, skinnies are not allowed. Or slim fits.
    Jumper is optional.
    Plus if your seen around school w/o proper uniform eg not wearing your blazer-you get a lunch detention
    Why is your school so harsh ?
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    They stopped caring in ours I just rock up in black jeans and a leather jacket and everyone's cool with it haha


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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    Hi how strict is or was your school uniform. I would say mine is quite strict. My uniform is
    School jumper
    School polo shirt
    School trousers
    Plain black footwear
    These are my school shoes
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    They are ****ing squashed, you sat on 'em...?

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    (Original post by SMEGGGY)
    They are ****ing squashed, you sat on 'em...?

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    There not squashed lol
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    It depends who our teacher is really - I mean Dumbledore's really cool about the whole uniform thing, but cross McGonagall with so much as a top button undone and she gets really catty about it.
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    kilt, blouse, jumper, tights or plain black or white socks, ankles must not be show, shoes must not cover ankles, lanyard

    during school time bags must not be worn due to "traffic in corridors"- yr 7s fault tbh

    i could wear nikes and nobody would care, i have ripped my skirt, havent been told off, and i carry my bag anyway, never worn lanyard in my life

    therefore not stricts
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    (Original post by sfaraj)
    kilt, blouse, jumper, tights or plain black or white socks, ankles must not be show, shoes must not cover ankles, lanyard

    during school time bags must not be worn due to "traffic in corridors"- yr 7s fault tbh

    i could wear nikes and nobody would care, i have ripped my skirt, havent been told off, and i carry my bag anyway, never worn lanyard in my life

    therefore not stricts
    How do u carry your stuff if u can't have your bag with u ?
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    If you can wear hoodies and trainers that rules out "strict" regardless if they have logos
    We can't wear hoodies and can only wear plain black trainers
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    We can't wear hoodies and can only wear plain black trainers
    Most schools don't let you wear anything short of a "suit shoe". Even "trainer-style" shoes are forbidden in most schools. So trust, your school isn't strict.
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    Most schools don't let you wear anything short of a "suit shoe". Even "trainer-style" shoes are forbidden in most schools. So trust, your school isn't strict.
    It is we have to have school polo shirts and jumpers not plain ones etc
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    It is we have to have school polo shirts and jumpers not plain ones etc
    Your uniform sounds really scruffy. There is nothing strict or smart about wearing a polo shirt to school, or trainers.
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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    It is we have to have school polo shirts and jumpers not plain ones etc
    Do you have to wear a fitted shirt? Nope. Your school uniform is casual af.
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    (Original post by milliemogs)
    Your uniform sounds really scruffy. There is nothing strict or smart about wearing a polo shirt to school, or trainers.
    How is it scruffy ?
 
 
 
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