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    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    TBH when it comes to pupils, ALL staff should be considered a teacher.

    You don't get "you can't tell me off... you aint a teacher" that way.
    That works when you have supportive teaching staff who don't treat you like a serf in front of the students, and an SLT that demands such support.

    Doesn't work here.

    Aaaand anyway, back on topic, I'm wearing my favourite zebra-print skinny tie today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    TBH when it comes to pupils, ALL staff should be considered a teacher.

    You don't get "you can't tell me off... you aint a teacher" that way.
    True dat. Then again though, I work in a primary school, so not an issue. (SShhhhhh... don't tell OP!)

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    for me its what ever shirt hits me in the face yes it does include my floral ones and suit trousers and boots.
    last day of work (next Friday) I'm thinking evening suit with bow tie (because bow ties are cool)
    when kids not in its one of my many geeky tops and jeans or shorts. failing that its ice hockey jersey

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    Slightly upside down here - IT Techs wear office smart (shirt, trousers, shoes).

    I'm NM but also in charge of AV and our theatre, so I have 'Technician' polo shirts with school logo for when I'm running public events - but I wear them daily unless I'm meeting suppliers etc. Smart trousers and shoes except for main rigging/derigging days for the big school shows.

    Anything goes in the holidays.

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    Slightly upside down here - IT Techs wear office smart (shirt, trousers, shoes).

    I'm NM but also in charge of AV and our theatre, so I have 'Technician' polo shirts with school logo for when I'm running public events - but I wear them daily unless I'm meeting suppliers etc. Smart trousers and shoes except for main rigging/derigging days for the big school shows.

    Anything goes in the holidays.

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    I remember asking why the site team did not have to wear shirt and tie under their overalls. This was after we were told to wear smart clothing during the holidays.
    Last edited by nicholab; 22nd June 2014 at 01:31 PM.

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    Used to be shirt and trousers then it was company polo's and workwear trousers, now for new company it's branded polo's or t-shirt and trousers.

    Ben

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    Does anyone know where to get proper length shirts that don't keep un tucking that don't cost the earth?

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    @nicholab Try Charles Tyrwhitt... often doing pretty good deals.

    We're shirt and tie here...

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    @nicholab I find that the ones from George in ASDA are really good fit and cheap

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    I'm suited, with jacket, though I'm not required to wear the jacket.

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    Logo'd bad fitting short sleeved shirt, black. Black trousers, dark shoes/trainers. black belt if worn. long sleeved shirt - sleeves can be rolled up if doing manual work but must be unrolled straight after. Work trousers were provided but no one wears them after we decided we looked like clowns - they were really wide legged.

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    Cargo trousers, boots and shirt here. The cleaners, kitchen staff and maintenance have recently all got logo'd polo shirts and i'm fighting to have the same instead of shirts.

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