Miss Sexy trousers ban for girls at Churchill Academy
The new year has brought with it a new ban on Miss Sexy black trousers for girls at Churchill Academy.
A rise in popularity for the fashion item at the school has been in breach of a warning given six months ago to parents when the school urged them not to buy them.
A school newsletter said: “To add to our concern about the deterioration in uniform standards, there are a number of girls who have come to school in skintight, drainpipe black jeans/trousers, leggings, etc.
"These are not appropriate for school wear and we have made this clear to students. The reluctance of students, and possibly parents as well, to support us with our requests to avoid such trousers has led us to ban them as of January 1.”
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The school also took the opportunity to remind parents that girls are not allowed to wear Ugg or pixie boots, facial piercings, cardigans or non-school hoodies.
A new maroon school uniform began to be phased in at Churchill in September to match the academy’s re-branding. The decision to source the charcoal trousers exclusively from John Lewis angered some parents due to the price and the difficulty in getting to a John Lewis shop so their children can try trousers on.
The new uniform is to be worn by all pupils by September 2014.