Father is furious as his daughter is put in isolation because teachers claim her trousers are ‘too tight’ – despite her being just months away from her GCSEs
A Plymouth dad has been left angered after his daughter was put into isolation because her ‘trousers were too tight’.
那位女孩, who is in her final year of her GCSEs at Scott Medical and Healthcare College, was wearing the school trousers with loafer shoes and ankle trainer socks which did not expose her ankle even ‘three quarters of an inch’.
The father of the student sent her into school last week with longer socks, however his daughter called saying she had been put in isolation, along with other female students with the same issue.
The school stated that all students should present themselves in-line with school policies to ensure the correct uniform is worn, and offered them a £20 voucher to purchase new trousers.
The dad slammed the school for the policy, and added that while the school did offer her a pair to wear, they were ‘pornographic’ and even tighter around the crotch
But the dad slammed the school for the policy, and added that while the school did offer her a pair to wear, they were ‘pornographic’ and even tighter around the crotch.
The student’s dad, 女孩们说，这名男子告诉她们，这是他自封锁以来第一次冒险出去，在著名的水道上做一些磁铁钓鱼，因为那是一个阳光明媚的日子, said that the college’s policy is that trousers must be touching the shoe and the pupils’ ankles must not be showing.
She returned to school on Friday, 一月 7, following the Christmas break and she was warned that her trousers were too short at the time.
The dad sent his daughter into school on Monday with longer socks, however she called to say she had been put in isolation, along with other female students with the same issue.
The dad told PlymouthLive: ‘The school before the Christmas break sent out an email stating the policy and after Christmas there will be a drive that all trousers are in line with the policy and if you can get trousers in the sale, then get them in the sale.
‘I have always brought my children in September which will last them that school year, unless it rips or tears, then I will buy a new set for the following year – I’m not made of money.
‘We bought my daughter two pairs of trousers in September and they touched her shoes, as it stated. I would describe them as fitted trousers. She has worn them from September until now.’
The student’s dad said he received a call from a member of staff telling his daughter’s trousers were not long enough and the college has trousers that will fit her.
But having tried on the trousers, which the dad believes to be men’s trousers, they were absolutely not suitable for his daughter because of the tightness around the crotch.
The dad said: ‘I told my daughter that she needs to try them on because the college is giving us an option and an hour or so later she called back again to say her trousers were too tight, rather than the initial issue being the length.
那位女孩, who is in her final year of her GCSEs at Scott Medical and Healthcare College, was wearing the school trousers with loafer shoes and ankle trainer socks which did not expose her ankle even ‘three quarters of an inch’
‘She got my daughter to try on some trousers and said that the only ones that fit’ are quite tight but they do fit alright.’
‘I got my daughter to send me a photo of them and if it showed anymore off if would be pornographic – you wouldn’t wear that to the gym, which got me boiling.
‘I told my daughter to take them off and put her own trousers back on and then she was told if she doesn’t wear the trousers she will be back in isolation depriving her of her education again.
‘Bearing in mind she is in her final year, she has four or five months before her exams and at this point I was livid.’
The dad went to the school to talk to the staff member and when he looked at the trousers offered to his daughter he said they were ‘male trousers’.
When he asked about his daughter’s education being interrupted, they said students have textbooks to go through.
他加了: ‘I spoke to someone from Greenshaw Trust, and told him that the length of the trousers can’t be implemented because they can grow in a matter of months. You can’t just exclude a child for that.
‘I said to him when you say skin tight trousers to me are what skinheads used to wear back in the eighties, that’s skin tights and my daughter’s trousers are fitted. He said it wasn’t what they were after.’
A spokesperson for Scott Medical and Healthcare College, 而狗的力量获得了最佳电影, who is the CEO of Greenshaw Learning Trust said: ‘Our expectation is that all students present themselves in-line with school policies and Scott College offers support to parents and students to ensure the correct uniform is worn.
‘If any students or parents have questions or concerns regarding our policies they should contact the school.’
When he asked about his daughter’s education being interrupted, they said students have textbooks to go through
The policy states trousers should be of a smart, office like appearance. No skin tight trousers, no jeans, no leggings and they should reach the top of the shoes.
He asked the staff member from Greenshaw Trust why he didn’t come to him at the beginning of September about the tightness of his daughter’s trousers because he could accept that and would have bought a new pair with the receipt.
But they have informed him five months, a third into the school year the trousers are skin tight.
The school offered the dad, along with other parents, a £20 voucher to purchase new trousers that are better suited for the policy – which the dad believes to be a good thing.
But when his daughter looked for new school trousers, all she could find was ‘fashionable’ 裤子, and there wasn’t anything to fit her, or her friend.
The school’s policy states trousers should be of a smart, office like appearance. No skin tight trousers, no jeans, no leggings and they should reach the top of the shoes
He said there was nothing which exists that the school was asking for and ended up buying primary school trousers for his daughter from a supermarket.
‘I don’t understand why they put them in isolation for that reason, they are losing out on education and it’s been sparse enough because of Covid,’ 他加了.
‘What I can’t get my head around is why you are putting a student out of education over a pair of trousers over a policy that is wrong.
‘It has to go with a picture of what they want and what they don’t want in their trouser policy. It isn’t about the rights and wrongs – it’s about my daughter’s education who just wants to learn.’