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    Re: Dress Code

    I wear CAT boots, my daily wear since I was in year 6! Not the same pair obviously, I think I'm on my third now which isn't bad to say I wear them day in day out.

    Joanne, no matter how nice your midrif may be, best to keep it covered the girls these days need no encouragement!

    I don't really do that much messy work these days to be honest so I guess I have no argument about dressing smart.

    Hmmm custom polo tshirt/jumper might be an idea though...

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    Re: Dress Code

    Smart office attire for the team. I did offer them polo shirts for the summer and sweatshirts for the winter to wear with dark trousers, but they all said they would prefer smart office attire.

    I tend to wear a suit.

    Holidays ... whatever you are comfortable ... as long as it is something you can be seen out wearing in public and with some consideration that you are still in a school (ie no slogans with strong or abusive language or indecent images).

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    Re: Dress Code

    So no Sony logos then.

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    Black Cargos, black polo top with school logo on front and ICT Support on back in big letters.

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    We had polo shirts made with 'IT SQUAD' on the back but as someone in our LG doesn't have a sense of humour we were asked to stop wearing them.... :-(

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    Re: Dress Code

    It is shirt, tie and trousers here. I just wear a suit, makes life easier.

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    Must admit im not keen on the idea of a 'uniform', guess i much rather wearing what im wearing now then that.

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    Re: Dress Code

    I wear safety trainers, combat navy blue or olive combat trousers (lots of pockets) and a navy blue polo shirt. All supplied by me, bar the safety shoes / trainers.

    Holidays I can wear what I want.

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    Re: Dress Code

    Quote Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
    Smart black trousers and a polo t-shirt the school provides with the school logo and “IT Support” written underneath.

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    Same for me, could never wear a shirt in this job!

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    Sensible trainers (Hi-tec "clodhoppers"), tidy trousers and a shirt. My predecessor dressed more informally, but I feel that being tidily dressed sends out a message of professionalism.

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    Smart Casual here, I normally wear black jeans and a shirt, although I do like the idea of Polo tops and sweatshirts. In the holidays people can come in in their underpants for all I care.

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    Re: Dress Code

    I wore a suit the first day and the then IT Curriculum leader told me off and said to wear more suitable clothing. So now it's Cotton Trader trousers, polo shirt and whatever top is suitable for the time of year. Fleecy thing today. I did wear safety shoes but I made such a noise tramping through classrooms so now I wear black trainers.

    Out teachers were told to smarten themselves up, most came in track-suits regardless. I'm not a prude but I do think that female staff displaying their midriff sets a poor example. Especially if they could lose a stone or two.

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    Re: Dress Code

    I normally wear a polo shirt with a choice of three colours and the logo.
    purple, pastel blue and black...

    But today I'm wearing one of my own t-shirts. Variety of trousers worn, combats (cream and black), black jeans, black trousers.

    Have never worn a suit, occasionally I wear a shirt (but it's never tucked in) and have never worn a tie and I regurlarly have a weeks worth of stubble.

    Clothers occasionally get covered in dust.

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    Re: Dress Code

    Boring polo shirt, trousers and smart shoes here. I always usually wear a smart jumper as it is freezing in the schools (especially when they leave outside doors open grrr)

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    Re: Dress Code

    Not really been given a dress code but know what is acceptable. Normal wear combats, t-shirt & my boots with smartish jumper. depends on what I am going to be doing but mostly on how I feel!

    Have just got one of the PE department hoodies that look really nice. Logo'd up so could start wearing that. We also have got some logo'd polo shirts but they aren't the greatest.

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