Dagg does have a bit of a point about teachers but then they have earned to right to wear what they like.
The problem with no dress code is where all this designer rubbish comes in. Kids from less well off families will pressure their parents into spending money they can’t afford to keep up. At least school uniform gives a reasonably level playing field & most can be washed & dried overnight, even blazers.
Better a sticking plaster than nothing at all. Standards have been slipping ever since St Davids had a name change. Pupils are no longer proud to belong to a school which was at one time recognised as the premier school in Wales musically. Now the only thing that they are recognised for is their appalling standards & behaviour. Discipline begins at home. When parents fail it is left to teachers.
Nobody expects youngsters to be perfect & they will always find ways to bend rules quite by themselves. It is part of growing up. That doesn’t mean that they should be encouraged by their parents & people old enough to know better.
Rhosnesni High together with other Wrexham High Schools in the area have an uphill climb in front of them if they are to compete with the better schools & correct school uniform is a good way to start.
Perfectly true Council Watcher. I was thinking that the mast would be a 20 metres eyesore as a stand alone object & would be less obtrusive if attached to an already high building. I can’t think of anywhere else high enough.
English is used unnecessarily on place & street names.
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