School Uniforms in Britain | Essay

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School Uniforms in Britain | Essay

Det her er et essay omhandlende skoleuniformer i Storbritannia. Essayet begynner med å legge frem generell informasjon om bruken av og meninger om skoleuniformer. Dernest finner du en diskusjon for og imot bruken av skoleuniformer i Storbritannia. Argumenter som legges frem er blant annet individualitet og på den andre siden tilegnelsen av gode manerer.

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School uniforms are a trend amongst private schools in Britain. In Britain 82% of all English state schools have a compulsory uniform. This is ferly popular amongst secondary school. Nearly 98% of secondary schools require students to wear uniforms2. Both the students and most parents don't completely agree with the concept of school uniforms. The parents are stating that, "Children express themselves through their clothes. Uniforms, stifle creativity. They allow for no individuality, no self-expression.1". But, having school uniforms or a "dress-code" isn't something for the students to worry about. But requiring students to wear a school uniform would limit what they could wear. This problem shouldn't stop them from progressing in their classes. But the point of having a school is to educate the students, it's not a fashion show. There are numerous amounts of people that bully others because of their, "style of clothing". By eliminating the right to choose what outfit to wear in school may put the student's in full focus on their schoolwork and tasks... Kjøp tilgang for å lese mer

School Uniforms in Britain | Essay

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