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What is people's view on school uniform. I personally really like my uniform. I wear blazer, white shirt, school tie, black trousers, black shoes. We also have a school polo shirt but I never wear that as I think it's not real uniform. I also usually keep my uniform on at home, I don't even loosen the tie as u think it's comfortable and smart.
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hate it so bad
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Sir, kindly stop with the school uniform spam

However, my secondary school had no uniform, sixth form had uniform. Former had fun in freedom and being relaxed, latter taught/got the idea of the world of work in our heads (which schools aren't really that good at, so it was something). So both have their benefits.
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I'm only trying to get a view on this issue
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i like school uniforms i have no uniform and it's like should i wear this or this it's annoying but school uniform u get tooo wear the same thing every day and it;s wway easier
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Think you should probably stop making threads about school uniform
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When I wore school uniform I like it, I would wear a blazer, tie, white blouse, pleated skirt (sometimes just a plain black lycra skirt depending), during the summer no tights but during winter nude tights, we were allowed to wear knee high black socks throughout the year which was good. For my work now I get to wear very similar which is good and like to be able to do as many places don't like it and don't allow it
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(Original post by scorpion95)
When I wore school uniform I like it, I would wear a blazer, tie, white blouse, pleated skirt (sometimes just a plain black lycra skirt depending), during the summer no tights but during winter nude tights, we were allowed to wear knee high black socks throughout the year which was good. For my work now I get to wear very similar which is good and like to be able to do as many places don't like it and don't allow it
Did not understand the end part of your thread
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My kids didn’t wear school uniform in primary school. I didn’t allow it.
I hate school uniforms with a passion.
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My kids didn’t wear school uniform in primary school. I didn’t allow it.
I hate school uniforms with a passion.
Why do you hate them so much? They are smart and pleasant to wear
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My kids didn’t wear school uniform in primary school. I didn’t allow it.
I hate school uniforms with a passion.
What did the school have to say about that? (or didnt the school have a uniform?)
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loooooveeddddd my high school uniform. felt good wearing it because not many people in my area went to that school

I would constantly get in trouble though for not wearing my blazer miss my friends and our antics
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loooooveeddddd my high school uniform. felt good wearing it because not many people in my area went to that school
What was your uniform? Anything like mine??
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What was your uniform? Anything like mine??
yeah it was like yours but navy blue blazer, jumper and trousers.

also why do you wear it at home? thats so uncomfortable
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What did the school have to say about that? (or didnt the school have a uniform?)
They did have a uniform. Secondary I didn’t mind so much. But I decided that it was I who put the clothes on their backs and the shoes on their feet that I would decide what that would be. School weren’t happy about it but there wasn’t a lot they could do about it. They got used to it though. I was also a Governor at all my children’s schools both Primary and Secondary.
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yeah it was like yours but navy blue blazer, jumper and trousers.

also why do you wear it at home? thats so uncomfortable
Did u have a tie?? What did u do with it when u left? I wear it at home cause I like wearing it and don't see point in changing. It is just clothes after all. I may take off blazer but that is about it. Also I'd never wear the polo shirt that we can wear think that's horrible
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(Original post by Seamus123)
They did have a uniform. Secondary I didn’t mind so much. But I decided that it was I who put the clothes on their backs and the shoes on their feet that I would decide what that would be. School weren’t happy about it but there wasn’t a lot they could do about it. They got used to it though. I was also a Governor at all my children’s schools both Primary and Secondary.
I suppose being a governor helped. I guess there may have been more of an uproar from the school if you werent.
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(Original post by Seamus123)
They did have a uniform. Secondary I didn’t mind so much. But I decided that it was I who put the clothes on their backs and the shoes on their feet that I would decide what that would be. School weren’t happy about it but there wasn’t a lot they could do about it. They got used to it though. I was also a Governor at all my children’s schools both Primary and Secondary.
I have to say if my parents did that I would be well annoyed. What is wrong with uniform, also don't you see that by doing that you were making your kids 'different' from other kids. Not good in my view. Plus wearing uniform gives you sense of pride
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(Original post by Emma:-))
I suppose being a governor helped. I guess there may have been more of an uproar from the school if you werent.
I worked hard for the schools my children attended. But my children were born between 1972 and 1984 and schools weren’t as obsessed then as they are now about such things. Children went to the schools nearest to where they lived, especially in Primary, so everyone knew everyone else in the community and that included teachers.
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Did u have a tie?? What did u do with it when u left? I wear it at home cause I like wearing it and don't see point in changing. It is just clothes after all. I may take off blazer but that is about it. Also I'd never wear the polo shirt that we can wear think that's horrible
yep, I did (it would get shorter every year). well we moved houses shortly after and I think my mum threw them away.

what year are you in?
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