Pheeny

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  • in reply to: School’s Uniform Policy Results in Letters Sent Home #119557

    Pheeny
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    Thankfully my son grew up in Belgium so did not have to follow this draconian policy.

    Nothing at all draconian about setting standards and maintaining them. Schools are there to provide an education for later life and an attempt to instill some sort of discipline into youngsters is, in my book, very welcome. Perhaps if it was applied more rigorously across the board, we would see less of the deadbeats in Wrexham town centre.
    Uniform in the work environment is the norm, rather than the exception nowadays, it offers some measure of belonging to the individual. I can see absolutely no difference when applied children in their formative years.

    No problems here with louts on the streets. In fact I live very close to 3 different schools, none of who have uniform and never have a problem with the kids.

    in reply to: The Walnut Tree #119360

    Pheeny
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    Fairfield Tavern – pub of Wrexham footballers…

    in reply to: School’s Uniform Policy Results in Letters Sent Home #119359

    Pheeny
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    Thankfully my son grew up in Belgium so did not have to follow this draconian policy.

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