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    Hi how strict is your school uniform? I think mine is quite strict but fair. My school uniform is
    School jumper with school logo
    School polo shirt with school logo
    Black school trousers
    School shoes or plain black canvas pumps as alternative no trainers boots heels or non black footwear
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    (Original post by Lioncub40)
    Hi how strict is your school uniform? I think mine is quite strict but fair. My school uniform is
    School jumper with school logo
    School polo shirt with school logo
    Black school trousers
    School shoes or plain black canvas pumps as alternative no trainers boots heels or non black footwear
    Mine was very similar, blazer with a logo and otherwise either a jumper or just a shirt and everyone wore Kickers to be honest.

    My sister's school was very strict, would have to stick to a uniform in the summer that feels like it was designed for the winter, apparently..so we are in luck
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    I had shirt, blazer, trousers, black shoes and our house tie, for lower school. Then in Sixth Form, was just suit and tie... They were relatively strict and the only time we could remove tie and jacket/blazer was when the Master or Deputy Master declared it was summer uniform, which was only when we were all ****ing sweltering xD
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    Mine is okay now I'm in sixth - Black trousers (not jeans), black shoes (pure black but anything other than stilettos etc is fine) white shirt, tie, and then black/grey/red anything else on top - they're really lenient with this, so dresses, jumpers, cardigan, jumpsuits, dungarees (not black denim), tank tops etc.

    It's very comfy and a welcome change from the younger years - personally I just wear cotton skinny trousers, shirt, tie, black fake cons and a black oversized jumper.
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    Business suit every day
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    (Original post by Lioncub40)
    Hi how strict is your school uniform? I think mine is quite strict but fair. My school uniform is
    School jumper with school logo
    School polo shirt with school logo
    Black school trousers
    School shoes or plain black canvas pumps as alternative no trainers boots heels or non black footwear
    Briefs (Preferably Calvin Kleins)
    Bow-tie
    Yeezys (We need to wear the boosts or we can't attend lessons)
    North Face jacket
    Reebok Classics duffel bag.

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    Extra packs of condons for all that contact time (Preferably extra-small)
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    Years 7-11 = Blazer, tie, shirt, trousers, shoes - all the normal stuff. Our school is quite strict with staff constantly harassing students if their shirts are tucked in or not wearing blazers, even in summer

    6th Form - unfortunately our school made a smart dress code (don't see the point tbh:rolleyes:) but its not too bad, at least I don't have to wear the same thing everyday and teachers don't moan about tucking in shirts (well some do but I just ignore them) etc

    Honestly I don't see the point of a dress code, unis don't have them anyway so.....
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    (Original post by Lioncub40)
    Hi how strict is your school uniform? I think mine is quite strict but fair. My school uniform is
    School jumper with school logo
    School polo shirt with school logo
    Black school trousers
    School shoes or plain black canvas pumps as alternative no trainers boots heels or non black footwear
    That's pretty lax imo, in my school youngest have to wear school shirt, school tie, school hat, school blazer, school socks pulled up, black shoes etc
    In senior school it's school everything, tie, blazer, trousers, shirt etc. In sixth form it's a suit, in a smart colour, dark socks, you can have brown shoes, mac coats and trench coats allowed, tweed is ok ish, school tie again.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Mine was very similar, blazer with a logo and otherwise either a jumper or just a shirt and everyone wore Kickers to be honest.

    My sister's school was very strict, would have to stick to a uniform in the summer that feels like it was designed for the winter, apparently..so we are in luck
    I would hate having to wear a tie and blazer
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    ours was quite strict but fair - in year 7 - 11 we had shirt, house tie, trousers/skirt, school blazer, black shoes etc, in year 11 your tie got upgraded to a posh year 11 only tie which made our year group look cool.
    then it went bonkers... They rebranded the school uniform when I got to year 11 though which looked absolutely horrible, luckily that happened when I was in year 11 - when I was in year 10 they started introducing ``Uniform Cards`` and you'd get detention if you weren't wearing it properly... silly idea - one lad needed a new one cos his went through the wash and he had to bring the trashed card in to prove it to get a new one...
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    (Original post by bizzy_penguin)
    ours was quite strict but fair - in year 7 - 11 we had shirt, house tie, trousers/skirt, school blazer, black shoes etc, in year 11 your tie got upgraded to a posh year 11 only tie which made our year group look cool.
    then it went bonkers... They rebranded the school uniform when I got to year 11 though which looked absolutely horrible, luckily that happened when I was in year 11 - when I was in year 10 they started introducing ``Uniform Cards`` and you'd get detention if you weren't wearing it properly... silly idea - one lad needed a new one cos his went through the wash and he had to bring the trashed card in to prove it to get a new one...
    What were the uniform cards for ?
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    What were the uniform cards for ?
    to make sure we had our uniform `done up` correctly , ie. top buttons, long tie/skirt. if it wasn't done correctly it would be signed by a member of staff and if you got 3 signs you'd get a detention...
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    white shirt
    navy blazer with skl logo
    tie with a logo (colour depends on the year u r in)
    navy pleated skirt/ black tailored trousers
    navy v-neck with skl logo
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    to make sure we had our uniform `done up` correctly , ie. top buttons, long tie/skirt. if it wasn't done correctly it would be signed by a member of staff and if you got 3 signs you'd get a detention...
    Ouch lol my school only check that we have our polo and jumpers with school logo on and proper school trousers and were wearing plain black footwear.
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    There's only 1 rule for school uniform at my school

    Birthday suit only
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    At my secondary school, we had to wear a white shirt, a blazer with braiding of our house colour (mine was blue), black trousers, and black smart shoes.

    Now at my sixth form (attached to said secondary school), no uniform whatsoever.
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    (Original post by Lioncub40)
    Ouch lol my school only check that we have our polo and jumpers with school logo on and proper school trousers and were wearing plain black footwear.
    lucky you a polo shirt I think is more practical, luckily in college we can wear anything we want within reason, hence a wardrobe stocked full of jeans, hoodies, and jumpers
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    (Original post by bizzy_penguin)
    lucky you a polo shirt I think is more practical, luckily in college we can wear anything we want within reason, hence a wardrobe stocked full of jeans, hoodies, and jumpers
    It's a comfy uniform we have a school hoodie to but I don't wear mine very often
 
 
 
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