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Wearing short skirts banned in schools of UK to focus on important decisions

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London : The School in the UK has banned their female students from wearing the short skirts, bright colours and too much make-up, so they can focus on important decisions and committed to learning during classes. St Margaret's School, which is a 28,500 pounds-a-year boarding school in Bushey, Hertfordshire, has banned A-level students from wearing short skirts.

Rose Hardy, headmistress at St Margaret’s School in Bushey, Hertfordshire, has insisted on a strict new dress code of “sober” suits and minimal makeup because, she says, “a smart presentation reflects a professional and focused attitude”.

"I am at a loss to understand why you would impose such an austere, funereal and outdated dress code on our young women,” the parent wrote to the school. “I cannot comprehend why dress/skirt/trousers have to be a 'sober' colour and of a matching fabric to the jacket. "Young women in the work place today regularly wear bright colours and still look professional".

But Mrs Hardy has defended the school’s decision. “Girls, in particular, need to feel good about themselves aesthetically, and these changes are aimed at allowing them to remain committed to learning, instead of having the added pressure of deciding what to wear every morning,” she said.

"We want them to be happy, confident and comfortable, as they make some of the most important decisions of their academic lives. The sixth form in particular, are also ambassadors for the school and are role models for the younger girls."

The school insists that the idea of the new dress code is in keeping with the “whole Steve Jobs ... ethos of simplicity by wearing the same style of clothing everyday so they [the girls] can focus on more important decisions instead of small ones".




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