For some kids, having the latest fashions is not an option because they're too expensive. Are they trying to humiliate them? Uniforms take away from a student's personality. I am in fifth grade. Clothing is a type of art and I don't think you should take it away. Students in many schools are also required to wear uniforms. Their kids are no more ill disciplined than British kids. Grab a notebook and a pencil and start counting.
Chances are that, if you haven't already, you will wear a one day. This takes away time from the teacher getting family time or teacher marking important test or projects. Even if the school provided uniforms, there would be a lot of kids who would complain about them because they are itchy or uncomfortable. A wide range of clothes and styles were tolerated. Boys and girls wouldnt worry about wearing gang associated colors.
Why should students who were appropriate clothes be punished for students who wear their pants so that their underwear is showing? So therefore students should not have to wear a uniform. Go back over your list of uniforms you saw today and write some adjectives that describe the purposes those uniforms serve. We are so glad you've been thinking about the pros and cons of uniforms with us today! Also school dress code avoids silly psychological issues. The reasons why kids don't want to wear school uniforms are diverse and include the following. Isn't that why we have art class??! Some kids feel these styles aren't flattering to certain body types, and they increase students' feelings of insecurity.
Uniforms are very important and fosters traits which are very necessary for a person as an individual and an organization as a whole to thrive and prosper. Who cares about self expression??! Being in a country where we have to dress a uniform, I think that takes away the individuality of a person. People say you only get one chance to make a first impression, and for kids, clothing is an important part of that first impression. Strict uniform policies seem to have grown with the increased meddling of politicians in schools over recent years. Of course there should be limits. In a 2016 article for from Westside High School in Houston, Texas, students share opinions about school uniforms, including concerns over fit. Required uniforms can also cut down on clothing expenses, since they're usually less expensive than other popular styles.
So, I was thinking that maybe you can chose a clothes you like to wear for once. Other students might feel like uniforms hinder their ability to express themselves through their clothing choices. Also, they are not that cute. Besides that if i had uniform i know i would never save. If you want to keep track of the different types of uniforms, you can do that, too! Some companies require all of their workers to wear uniforms to help customers workers. Kids are sent home, given detentions and forced to purchase new shoes, coats etc because the ones their unfortunate parents have just bought for them are deemed to be not the right colour, shape, style etc.
The girls who don't like to wear skirts would not be happy. I do not want to have to sit and look in my closet to try and figure out what to wear. The model of these organization require, people who are part of it to be in proper uniform and follow the discipline of the uniform. And contrary to some answers here uniforms can be very expensive and are totally impractical for learning and play. Of course, if you have a certain set of you always have to wear, then you don't have to worry about what to wear. This means that students essentially have two wardrobes.
My son is looking to leave his current school when he goes into sixth form. I think these encourage stricter uniform rules. Whether it's a sports or a you need for work or an of some type, most people wear some type of at some time in their lives. We bet uniforms would be great-- they're easy to wear, you don't have to pick out something new to wear each day, and everyone is on the same level when it comes to clothes. And there's a good reason for it And I believe the ridiculously strict uniform rules in many schools are hampering educational achievement and causing unnecessary hardship for families. What are we talking about? A uniforms show or teaches students that everyone should be equal, when in reality everyone's different. There has been a return to more conservative traditional teaching methods and syllabuses, and the invention of academies.
Their uniforms also provide important protection and, sometimes, to help them do their jobs. I know people want there own style but if it comes to bullying we all want it to be stoped!! Uniform is inexpensive and not time consuming I'm a student and uniform is so much easier. Uniform also means to be the same, and without any difference. Making a student wear a uniform does not let him show his individuality. I wish British kids didn't have to wear school uniform, but unfortunately they do.
Irish media outlet polled viewers on their opinions about school uniforms in 2017 and got a variety of results including several comments about eliminating bullying based on clothing brands. Thank you for letting me put my opinion. Uniforms also depict solidarity, and this has been this way through out, right from the days of the Roman Empire to the modern day manufacturing houses. Coming from an academy we have to wear a tailored skirt and a white or blue polo with our school logo on it. Uniforms create a unified working area. I also think students should have the capability of expressing themselves through style. If I had to do that everyday it would be really hard.
Even as it is with me wearing uniform i still shop a lot so people don't see me in the same outfit twice. Some particular types of common purposes are identification, safety, and protection. I think clothes actually do help students learn because if I was forced to wear a uniform, I would not feel comfortable in class. Keep your eyes open and count all the uniforms you see today. It's an obsession in many schools. Clothing is a way of expressing yourself.