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The basic school uniform debate

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  • Message 1. 

    Posted by Danni (U14844707) on Tuesday, 30th August 2011

    Hi my name is Danni, Im 12 almost 13. And I want to look into the basic school uniform debate. I want to know if it was up to you would you really have a school uniform- cause trust me some look attrocious- or would you prefer to wear non uniform everyday?

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    Posted by U14973592 (U14973592) on Thursday, 1st September 2011

    Hi my name is Danni, Im 12 almost 13. And I want to look into the basic school uniform debate. I want to know if it was up to you would you really have a school uniform- cause trust me some look attrocious- or would you prefer to wear non uniform everyday?  Hello.
    My name is Sara and I am 12. My school has an OK ish uniform except for the new skirts we have to wear if we are wearing skirts. I am going to wear trousers. I think that we should keep uniform coz u might not know what to wear in the morning. so maybe we could still wear uniform but be allowed to customize it.
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    Posted by dramaqueen14 (U14798178) on Saturday, 24th September 2011

    Me and my friends were talking about this and we all prefer to wear a school uniform because its so much effort deciding what to wear everyday and people make fun of others if they don't have super dry clothes or some other designer label. and also most people hate wearing the same clothes days in a row so you would have to spend so much money on new clothes all the time!!

    so really if you all wear a school uniform they you are kinda all equal. even if some people try and accessories it its better than having the Mick taken out of you for what you wear and its kinda cheaper in some way smiley - hug

    Hope i helped smiley - rose
    xx

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    Posted by U14989843 (U14989843) on Tuesday, 27th September 2011

    The argument of 'it would cost too much to have different clothes for every day' can be dismissed with the fact that one blazer can by a whole outfit (in most cases, anyway).

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    Posted by Pretty_Pumpkin (U15036616) on Monday, 28th November 2011

    I completely agree with your point of view on this! I mean, you come to school to learn, so why should so many people be fussed by what the uniform looks like??!

    At my school we have to wear our skirt the correct length, a tie with your top button done up and a blazer. I am now in Year 10 and it still hasn't bothered me, I'm also starting to wonder whether I'm one of the only people who feels this way! :P

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    Posted by ObviousOligarchyisobvious (U15103106) on Monday, 23rd January 2012

    School uniform is not about what it looks like, it's not a fashion statement.

    I would rather wear school uniform everyday.

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    Posted by alba (U15102399) on Monday, 30th January 2012

    If you add all the money of spending on your outfits, then it would certainly be more than than the blazer itself. Which makes buying the blazer in comparison to outfits a more realistic choice, don't you think?

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