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    quick question everyone I had my great aunts name tattooed on my wrist just after she passed away with a little butterfly I've just been accepted into a primary PGCE but starting to worry a little about it. I tend to wear long sleeves the majority of the time but I was wondering how do most schools feel about tattoos. I've been talking to several teachers who have said not to worry as it's much more acceptable now and they have a few themselves. Any help on this would be fab. Thank you
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    My older sister has a chest tattoo. Tattoos are perfectly fine if not heavily exposed, and three of my six female teachers have tattoos. I think one or two have one similar to butterflies.
 
 
 
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