the north face summit series is making changes to its uniform once again
The proposal to introduce a blazer, tie and white shirts at the The North School, in Essella Road, has been unveiled to the parents of the 1,200 strong student body.The plan released by the school shows that the changes would be put into place for new starters from September this year, and then existing pupils from September 2016.The North School is making changes to its uniform once againAlthough current pupils would not have to adopt the blazer until next year, they would be required to switch from polo tops to shirts and wear the new tie this September.Head of school Nicki Hodges said that the blazers will make the children feel more up and that the new uniform is effective, smart and practical She said: we started working at the school many parents and countless pupils have asked us about introducing blazers.is outrageous. There is no need to change the uniform. The school is forcing parents to pay out again.” parent did promise to look into bringing in blazers but did not want to bring in too many changes at once and so have delayed it until now.we have taken advice from the local suppliers, parents,
staff and pupils and designed the new uniform to be cost effective, smart and practical. She adds: parents will have to buy a blazer they will not have to buy a number of sweatshirts as they did before in different colours depending on the year, this should save money in the long run. One unhappy mother, who did not want to be named, has slammed the plans, blasting them unnecessary as parents were only asked to buy new trousers and skirts with the school logo on in September 2013.She said: is outrageous. There is no need to change the uniform. The school is forcing parents to pay out again.son liked the North School because the uniform included the polo shirt. But now they want a shirt and tie, and a blazer next year.The new uniform will be “cost effective, smart and practical”, according to the headuniform is already smart in my eyes. I think they should have consulted with parents. Mrs Hodges said that pupils were consulted over the colour of the new blazer and that the vast majority chose black and were pleased with the and the practical pockets they would have She said: felt the blazer was more up parents forum have been really helpful in making decisions about the uniform too and they really liked the designs of the blazers.sent the details home to parents recently and have only had one complaint. The North School last introduced a new uniform policy in September 2013,
demanding that pupils in Years 7 11 wear either school trousers or a school skirt with the school logo on it.