A School In Bradford Sent 152 Pupils Home For Not Meeting Its Dress Code
Parents of pupils at Hanson Academy have been leaving furious messages on the school's Facebook page.
The BBC reports that on Tuesday Hanson Academy strictly enforced its school uniform policy, with 10% of pupils not meeting the required standard.
Among banned items of clothing are hoop earrings, jumpers, and jackets and coats indoors.
This pupil's shoes were deemed not to have met the required standard.
There has been a mixed response on the school's Facebook page.
A number of parents expressed their frustration.
However, some were supportive.
It seems there is a general feeling the school is not, however, applying the policy consistently.
The principal, Elizabeth Churton, has defended her decision.
There have been further arguments on the Facebook page regarding the cost of the uniform.
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