That is all.
If I end up staying any longer in each working day i'll soon be wearing my monkey onesie.
That is all.
Depends if I have got meetings I'll ware a suite, if I'm doing hands on stuff with the tech's in the classrooms pollo and trousers but most days I going in jeans and a T-Shirt.
Polo shirt or shirt with company logo on and black trousers. Boots or shoes depending on what I am doing. Only wore a tie for interview, also have jacket with logo on and jumper depending on how chilly it is.
Could do with some cargo trousers as I am sick of going through black trousers when installing kit.
I wear suit, shirt and Tie.
The IT lads in the team wear a branded IT polo shirt and black cargo trousers.
Suit if i'm in the office without a tie - got them caught just once too many times while leaning over a machine. If i'm out of the office it's shoes, smart trousers and a branded polo. You still get people moaning that we don't look smart enough with them not realizing that tie's are not the safest thing to wear in the IT environment.
This week, mostly wellies, a waxed jacket and waterproof trousers!
Normally a polo shirt, black jeans/combats and boots/black trainers.
ps. I work in Cornwall. Tis rough down here today!
Jeans, hoodie and converse most days, my school (primary) is incredibly relaxed about dress code. When I started it was all shirts and smart skirts like my last job, that lasted about 2 minutes when I realised I was one of the only ones wearing this and its not the most practical thing to wear :/ I do like to still make a bit of an effort to look smart when I have meetings with people from outside school though.
Jeans and a hoody too, usually. Work in a special school, so they are very relaxed about it, and you may need to be hands on with the kids to remove them from classes etc should the situation arise, so they don't see much point in wearing smart clothes for them to probably get ruined. Though obviously smart is sometimes required!
Shirt and tie most days, scruffs when I know I'm going to be getting down and dirty(!).....but I do also turn up in jeans and a hoodie every no and again, must be my rebellious side kicking in.
Just out of interest, do those of you who get issued a uniform claim back the laundry expenses from the tax-man? You're allowed to......good link here: Free Uniform Tax Rebate: Reclaim £100s of tax - Money Saving Expert
Shirt and ties for my team.
I wear a suit as the manager. Not expensive ones. It's shoe leather I go through building is quarter of a mile long.
Did request if we could have a uniform (had one at a previous school) but was told it would set a president for other support staff.
Combats, a band tshirt and a jumper/hoodie. Trainers or boots
We have school supplied polo shirts with the logo, job title and our name. We also wear black/grey trousers but recently we've all bought ourselves proper work trousers with an extra thick section of fabric over the knees and lots of extra pockets. I wear steel toe cap boots even since I dropped a projector on my foot! We went for a grey theme for our tops.
Other support staff departments have gradually decided to follow suit with the polo shirts. Premises wear burgundy, kitchen staff wear black and so on. It certainly makes it easier for people to identify us, the departmental colour coding has made its way to other things aswell.
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