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    (Original post by Tomo5000)
    Your school sounds harsh
    Yeah we had to tuck are shirts in i personaly didant ocasionaly they would do uniform checks at odd times when they were strict on uniform and if your tie wasnt right shirt untucked no blazer we would get detention at lunch onetime for not tucking my shirt in as i went into assembly i had to do liter picking and a freind of mine she had longer detention than me as she had her shirt out and had trainers
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    School jumper
    White shirt
    Tie (Red, green, silver, blue, light blue, depending on your house)
    Black trousers
    Black Shoes

    Then in sixth form you can wear anything you want
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    in uni of radjastan they lock us with test-rabbits for half an hour if we cant afford shoes or at least socks
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    My sixth form has a fairly strict policy
    • Smart shirt or blouse that isn't see-through and doesn't bare the midriff. Logos are not permitted.
    • Pleated skirt or full-length, tailored trousers. No jeans, leggings, or cropped trousers permitted.
    • Only boys can wear suits
    • Shoes must be leather and black. Trainers, canvas shoes or boots are all forbidden.
    • Jackets must be cardigans or blazers; no hoodies or sweatshirts allowed.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden (but lots of the girls put tiny bits on which nobody notices)
    • Nothing colourful or flamboyant allowed
    In the lower school, our uniform policy was extremely strict:
    • Short or long-sleeved white shirt with top button done up (polo shirts not permitted in any weather). Must be tucked in!
    • Boys can wear black tailored trousers of their choice, given they're full-length and not slim-fit
    • Girls, on the other hand, must wear the official school trousers with the logo on it.
    • Knee-length kilt-style skirt with dodgy velcro, to prevent girls from rolling them up. Didn't stop them, though.
    • Clip-on tie. We had normal ties at one point but they were scrapped as people were making them too wide.
    • Compulsory official school pullover
    • Compulsory official school blazer with the logo on (you couldn't just buy any blazer and embroider the school logo on.)
    • Leather black shoes. No trainers, plimsolls or cheap-looking shoes allowed.
    • Official school PE kit and socks. No other will do. But once, another girl stole my PE socks, so the teachers provided me plain white socks.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden
    Of course, that uniform wasn't cheap...it's a state school but it's in a rather posh area.
    Not to mention that in the summer you could only take your pullover and blazer off in certain classes. We all got given uniform cards so if ever we broke the rules, we got ticks, and after 5 ticks you got a half-hour detention.
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    pretty sure you're not allowed those ' plimsols ' at most schools as they fall under the ' trainer ' umbrella and aren't exactly smart
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    We ain't allowed to wear canvas shoes or them trainers in our school. No designer clothing. No shoes that have flowers, bows, chains or buckles on em, just plain black and certainly not boots. No coloured socks, either black or white. No jewellery, no makeup. No jeans, leggings, chinos or cropped trousers Etc.....
    Luckily I've left now 👍🏼 freeeeeeeddooooooommmmm 😂
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    the sixth form dress code at our school meant that for the first 3 weeks you had to dress smart e.g. blazer and smart shoes but then fast forward to may and girls are turning up in t-shirts and leggings
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    (Original post by RCLeahcar)
    My sixth form has a fairly strict policy
    • Smart shirt or blouse that isn't see-through and doesn't bare the midriff. Logos are not permitted.
    • Pleated skirt or full-length, tailored trousers. No jeans, leggings, or cropped trousers permitted.
    • Only boys can wear suits
    • Shoes must be leather and black. Trainers, canvas shoes or boots are all forbidden.
    • Jackets must be cardigans or blazers; no hoodies or sweatshirts allowed.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden (but lots of the girls put tiny bits on which nobody notices)
    • Nothing colourful or flamboyant allowed
    In the lower school, our uniform policy was extremely strict:
    • Short or long-sleeved white T-shirt with top button done up (polo shirts not permitted in any weather). Must be tucked in!
    • Boys can wear black tailored trousers of their choice, given they're full-length and not slim-fit
    • Girls, on the other hand, must wear the official school trousers with the logo on it.
    • Knee-length kilt-style skirt with dodgy velcro, to prevent girls from rolling them up. Didn't stop them, though.
    • Clip-on tie. We had normal ties at one point but they were scrapped as people were making them too wide.
    • Compulsory official school pullover
    • Compulsory official school blazer with the logo on (you couldn't just buy any blazer and embroider the school logo on.)
    • Leather black shoes. No trainers, plimsolls or cheap-looking shoes allowed.
    • Official school PE kit and socks. No other will do. But once, another girl stole my PE socks, so the teachers provided me plain white socks.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden
    Of course, that uniform wasn't cheap...it's a state school but it's in a rather posh area.
    Not to mention that in the summer you could only take your pullover and blazer off in certain classes. We all got given uniform cards so if ever we broke the rules, we got ticks, and after 5 ticks you got a half-hour detention.
    (Original post by RCLeahcar)
    My sixth form has a fairly strict policy
    • Smart shirt or blouse that isn't see-through and doesn't bare the midriff. Logos are not permitted.
    • Pleated skirt or full-length, tailored trousers. No jeans, leggings, or cropped trousers permitted.
    • Only boys can wear suits
    • Shoes must be leather and black. Trainers, canvas shoes or boots are all forbidden.
    • Jackets must be cardigans or blazers; no hoodies or sweatshirts allowed.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden (but lots of the girls put tiny bits on which nobody notices)
    • Nothing colourful or flamboyant allowed
    In the lower school, our uniform policy was extremely strict:
    • Short or long-sleeved white T-shirt with top button done up (polo shirts not permitted in any weather). Must be tucked in!
    • Boys can wear black tailored trousers of their choice, given they're full-length and not slim-fit
    • Girls, on the other hand, must wear the official school trousers with the logo on it.
    • Knee-length kilt-style skirt with dodgy velcro, to prevent girls from rolling them up. Didn't stop them, though.
    • Clip-on tie. We had normal ties at one point but they were scrapped as people were making them too wide.
    • Compulsory official school pullover
    • Compulsory official school blazer with the logo on (you couldn't just buy any blazer and embroider the school logo on.)
    • Leather black shoes. No trainers, plimsolls or cheap-looking shoes allowed.
    • Official school PE kit and socks. No other will do. But once, another girl stole my PE socks, so the teachers provided me plain white socks.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden
    Of course, that uniform wasn't cheap...it's a state school but it's in a rather posh area.
    Not to mention that in the summer you could only take your pullover and blazer off in certain classes. We all got given uniform cards so if ever we broke the rules, we got ticks, and after 5 ticks you got a half-hour detention.
    (Original post by RCLeahcar)
    My sixth form has a fairly strict policy
    • Smart shirt or blouse that isn't see-through and doesn't bare the midriff. Logos are not permitted.
    • Pleated skirt or full-length, tailored trousers. No jeans, leggings, or cropped trousers permitted.
    • Only boys can wear suits
    • Shoes must be leather and black. Trainers, canvas shoes or boots are all forbidden.
    • Jackets must be cardigans or blazers; no hoodies or sweatshirts allowed.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden (but lots of the girls put tiny bits on which nobody notices)
    • Nothing colourful or flamboyant allowed
    In the lower school, our uniform policy was extremely strict:
    • Short or long-sleeved white T-shirt with top button done up (polo shirts not permitted in any weather). Must be tucked in!
    • Boys can wear black tailored trousers of their choice, given they're full-length and not slim-fit
    • Girls, on the other hand, must wear the official school trousers with the logo on it.
    • Knee-length kilt-style skirt with dodgy velcro, to prevent girls from rolling them up. Didn't stop them, though.
    • Clip-on tie. We had normal ties at one point but they were scrapped as people were making them too wide.
    • Compulsory official school pullover
    • Compulsory official school blazer with the logo on (you couldn't just buy any blazer and embroider the school logo on.)
    • Leather black shoes. No trainers, plimsolls or cheap-looking shoes allowed.
    • Official school PE kit and socks. No other will do. But once, another girl stole my PE socks, so the teachers provided me plain white socks.
    • Makeup and jewellery strictly forbidden
    Of course, that uniform wasn't cheap...it's a state school but it's in a rather posh area.
    Not to mention that in the summer you could only take your pullover and blazer off in certain classes. We all got given uniform cards so if ever we broke the rules, we got ticks, and after 5 ticks you got a half-hour detention.
    How can u have a T-Shirt without Buttons ... a Polo has buttons, a T-Shirt does not?,yeah,no? *
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    Sorry. It was a typo. Thanks for pointing it out!
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    (Original post by RCLeahcar)
    Sorry. It was a typo. Thanks for pointing it out!
    I'd wear the Polo n.eway.... they are easy as Skwl Shirt as as is the England Home '10 Footy Shirt!
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    Mine pretends they are strict .... but I don't care if get a detto*
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    (Original post by RToti)
    Yeah we had to tuck are shirts in i personaly didant ocasionaly they would do uniform checks at odd times when they were strict on uniform and if your tie wasnt right shirt untucked no blazer we would get detention at lunch onetime for not tucking my shirt in as i went into assembly i had to do liter picking and a freind of mine she had longer detention than me as she had her shirt out and had trainers
    Sounds fun mate - at least ur mate got to wear her Trainers!!
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    So strict that there is literally no item of clothing they are happy with. I had to resort to the only option.
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    Only kidding, I'm home schooled so I don't have one
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    Shirt must always be tucked, ties are clip-ons because they used to be harsh about the length. No skinny trousers or leggings. Skirts must be knee length. Black school bags. Shoes must be black and polishable. I once wore boots and the headteacher said if I was wearing a pair of trousers instead of a skirt I would've got away with them... ;P


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    If my tie was a clip-on I'd tamper with it/cut the end lol
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    School branded polo and jumper and black trousers with smart shoes that's it. In Sixth whatever we wants as long as it's not offensive. Glad I didn't live through a uniform dictatorship....
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    (Original post by abrack)
    School branded polo and jumper and black trousers with smart shoes that's it. In Sixth whatever we wants as long as it's not offensive. Glad I didn't live through a uniform dictatorship....
    I'd wear Black Nike Air Trakkies!!
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    Yeah but if you're without a tie for a few days the office will give you one to borrow ;s


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    Office wear, so boys have to wear suits and girls wear blouses + Blazers + skirt/trousers and have to have sleeves and cover knees.
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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
    Attachment 525997
    I like your shoes

    they look comfy

    mine are loud and stiff

    .....nice
 
 
 
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