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“I don’t mind my school uniform, it’s okay but we have to wear blazers and ties. I always change my tie around a bit but the teachers moan if your ties too long and then they moan if the ties are too short. The uniforms are too expensive. My blazer was about and not to mention the tie, jumper, PE shorts, and PE t shirt. All of this cost about and I’ve got to buy more every year. It’s not fair. You can only ever buy this from one shop. Our teachers aren’t fair. They don’t have to wear uniform but every pupil has to.”

Kia, 12, Gloucestershire, England

“My new secondary has just introduced a black blazer, black trousers/black skirt and tights, white blouse, white socks, black shoes and a black and white tie. How formal is that? And last year all they had to wear was a polo shirt, a jumper, black trousers and shoes. It’s all black and we look as if were going to a funeral!”

Maia, 11, Lincolnshire, England

“Boring but practical. Thankfully we don’t have to wear blazers which is great, or a tie.”

Jessica, 10, Northampton, England

“Our school uniform is OK and comfy, though it can be quite strict. Most people get away with adding accessories.”

Caitlyn, 9, Berkshire, England

“My school uniform is white or yellow school shirts, green fleeces or jumpers and grey or black trousers. I HATE green!”

Tara, 10, London, England

“I have a comfy uniform. My school is kinda cool with the rules. My uniform is a blue jumper, blue top and tracksuit bottoms.”

Mary Ellen,
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10, Ireland

“My school uniform is a navy blue skirt or trousers, a white shirt and the school tie. Everything else is freestyle really.”

Chloe, 10, Glasgow, Scotland

“I am going to a secondary school and my uniform is comfy, it’s silver and blue.”

Gaby, 11, Warwickshire, England

“At my school we wear extremely uncomfortable clothes that look awful, the colours clash.”

Bethanie, 12, Hereford, England

“My uniform is quite strict but okay as it is very comfortable!”

Adam, 11, Lancashire, England

“At my school ours is okay. It’s not bad.”

Isaac, 9, Hertfordshire, England

“We don’t have one! I mean, it’s good in some ways, there’s more freedom, and people can express themselves, but it has its bad points too. My friend, who is going to another secondary school to me, paid over for her uniform, which seems like a lot to me! Though our school is getting one, in dark green, unfortunately a colour I hate.”
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