Black polo shirt with school logo on front and "ICT SUPPORT" in big letters on the back, Black Cargo's, black boots or trainers that look like boots.
I wear a suit here and it doesn't particuarly bother me. The two technicians wear shirt and tie.
As has been previously mentioned if I need to get under desks etc I take my jacket off etc.
Personally, I used to wear shirt, tie, black trousers for work, but as things progressed I ended up in various roof spaces etc. So I have lost the tie and migrated down to tidy trousers/sometimes black jeans and smart shirt/polo shirt.
I wouldn`t feel happy in ripped jeans and a tee shirt for very long. (unless its school holidays).
Special occasions means the suit comes out, usually to questions like where's the interview!
The rest of my team seem to be retaining the ties at the moment......
I just wear a collared polo and khakis/Docker's. In the summer, when there are no teachers here, it's t-shirts and shorts!
Black trousers, shirt, tie. i've been mistaken for a student a few times. I've still got my tie on now and i've been home 4 hours almost, feel most comfortable in a suit/shirt tie outfit.
Smart trousers and a shirt here, definatly no tie (for some reason I'm not keen on on having stuff tied round me neck).
I did find coat with the school logo on aswell as the name of one of the previous technicians.
Usual work-wear is a decent-ish pair of trousers and a shirt. Have been known on the odd occasion to wear a suit but its really not practical when working next to (in!) a building site.
I would wear a suit everyday to work, if they put in air-con and paid me enough to buy them. Our deputy head is currently entertaining the idea of 'uniform' for all support staff starting with us, wouldnt mind so much but you just know that we wont get the slightest bit of input about it
normally dark smart jeans with either plain t-shirt or levi top. with tan/stone loafers.
in this heat now
blue Henri Lloyd shorts, blue trainers/tennis shoes, levi shirt or similiar.
don't forget to use sun/moisturising cream to protect your face in this weather.
keep aftershave and deodrant in the office and use regularly if wearing colours that show sweat.
It's been hot? Damn, and there's me with this fool brain wiring that can't sense it..
It seems to infuriate people. I might go short-sleeved tomorrow. Does anyone wear a namebadge of any sort? I'm contemplating finding an old DIL microchip and engraving my name on that, then turning it into one.
I refuse to answer to "Steve" (No offence, Steve), or "Oi".
Pair of Jeans, T-Shirt and a Pair of trainers very relaxed here
Shirt and tie for me, with black jeans and black shoes. There is another tech here that wears shirt and tie, but the others merly wear shirt and jeans. I feel that if you wear a shirt and tie, you look and feel more important than those that dont wear shirt and tie or suits.
Sitting wearing a bright t-shirt & jeans at the mo - I usually vary between jeans & combats - although wear a suit when working at events etc.
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