Surprised they don't have a dress-code policy that already 'covers' this I would of thought knee height would be appropriate. I also have to ask why now? Well into Summer term. Did they all suddenly change their skirts last week?
They probably didnt. My current school and when i was a student at school have a constant battle getting girls to wear it longer. Most walk round with it very short. The school must have decided enough it enough.
When I was in the sixth form, the boys were banned from wearing shorts, apparently it was distracting to girls
Girls always will roll the skirts you, you tell them to get them longer and they magically appear longer then "shrink" again.
There is a certain part of me that thinks it depends on the girl... But that would get me in all sorts of trouble with the PC brigade.
Oh, dear god... I've now looked at the pictures in Midget's post.
How about this?
Last edited by Andrew_C; 20th June 2009 at 10:03 AM.
Well think of me, I was eating my breakfast at the time.....[ I'm not now, I feel quite ill ]Oh, dear god... I've now looked at the pictures in Midget's post.
Thanks Midget I was havin' a Drrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrink!
my job here is done
Scary... each to their own I suppose!But scores of girls - and a few boys - refused to comply
We have a similar problem here, leaves nothing to the imagination.
I'm not a big fan of uniforms, but I do agree that short skirts are not appropriate in a school environment. It is far too easy for a child/teen/tween to 'reveal' themselves when they don't mean to. And this can cause embarrassment for them, and for the people that saw.
Our uniform policy allows skirts, but only of the 'school skirt' style, and only ones that are knee length or longer IIRC.
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