5 Nov '14

News School sends hundreds of pupils home over uniform breaches

Hanson Academy in Bradford turns away more than 200 students during crackdown, sparking fury among parentsParents of children at a secondary school in Bradford, West Yorkshire, have complained after more than 200 pupils were sent home because they were not wearing the right clothes, as part of a crackdown on school uniform.Staff at Hanson Academy turned away 152 pupils when they arrived for school on Tuesday morning, and a further 63 pupils were barred on Wednesday for a variety of breaches including the wrong trousers (drainpipes not allowed), the wrong shoes (trainers not allowed) and no tie. Continue reading...

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