School Uniform Policy
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School uniforms are made compulsory for all students since it will lessen social conflicts within the school. This is so as not all students can keep up with the latest trends in fashion. So, if you don’t belong in the group when it comes to fashion, you often become the subject of ridicule and mockery obviously because other students see you as an outcast who doesn’t fit in. If you are in this situation, it can badly affect your self-esteem and can give rise to many insecurities. But with school uniform, incidents like this can be prevented and school uniforms promote students’ loyalty and reduces students tendency to be violent. Without school uniform, students may form gangs and identify their group with same color clothes. Gang members would then victimize wealthy students. This violence can be prevented if all students identify themselves as one by wearing the same school uniform. With school uniform, students will have a sense of oneness and it will likewise enhance school loyalty. Wearing of school uniform is really important for it gives students the feeling that they all belong in one community.
School uniforms lessen students clothing expenses for their day to day use. It is also beneficial for parents for it enables them to save extra cash. Just one time spending for school uniforms and that’s it. Whereas, if parents have to spend for latest fashion clothes for their children’s day to day attire in school, it can cost them a lot of money.
School uniform promotes effective learning for all students. Students’ concentration will be focused more on their education rather than their wardrobes. If students are allowed to wear civilian clothes, they will be more eager, concerned and excited on what clothes to wear to make them stand out at school. This will also distract their learning process for their minds will be occupied with the thought of whether their opposite sex will admire the way they dress up. Thus, school uniform is important for it creates an effective learning atmosphere.
Wearing of school uniforms also prepare students for their future career. If they get employed in big companies, naturally they have to wear corporate and formal attires. With this, it will be easy for them to adjust since they are used to wear formal uniforms when they were in school.
The purpose of this group is to propose an awareness to all the students and to simply send some reminders to the said individual minds to the importance of such. It shows that you are part of an organization. Wearing it says "we're all in this together", specifically it shows unity, respect and obedience. Also, if you wear your uniform with pride, it means you are half way there to being respectful, buying into what the organization is all about.
This concept paper is not only for us but for the mass specially that nowadays students are often not into this policy and they’re not quite have the enlightenment to see the real purpose of wearing school uniform. Also, this is just a preparation for future purposes to simply obey rules for our future professions in order for us to be more responsible not only for the organization but also for ourselves. If students wouldn’t follow this simple policy in the present time how much more if we are in the days of our future? it is actually a basic analogy.
Our group simply into cleansing the thoughts of the students who are not into the uniform policy and we aim to provide reminders and information to students. After researching further information about such, we, the group agreed to have an orientation in order to comply and to address the given problem.
Uniforms give students a sense of belonging to a particular school and create an identity for the school in the community. Our school is one of many that seem to be reverting to a more formal uniform. A number of students actually have complained about this.
A school uniform teaches students to dress smartly and take pride in their appearance. Some people believe that a school uniform can improve learning by reducing distraction, sharpening focus on schoolwork and making the classroom a more serious environment, allowing students to perform better academically. Perhaps most importantly, a uniform means students don't have to worry about peer pressure when it comes to their clothes. When everyone is dressed the same, worrying about what you look like isn't so important. There is no competition about being dressed in the latest trend, which would put a great deal of financial pressure on students and parents. Potential bullies have one less target for their insults; it's hard to make fun of what someone is wearing when you're dressed exactly the same. In America, where a majority of schools do not have a uniform, roughly 160,000 children miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students. This might not be directly linked to what they're wearing, but having a uniform can be a safety net for many students who might otherwise suffer from bullying. A strict uniform gives the impression that rules are strict too, perhaps helping maintain a sense of order at school.
Although wearing a school uniform is less expensive than buying a whole wardrobe of outfits, uniform can still be pricey. Many schools have a specific supplier, and wearing cheaper alternatives can result in punishment if the black skirt you're wearing isn't exactly the right black skirt. Finding uniform that fits you, especially if you're limited to one shop, can also be a struggle.
Although it might seem a shame to miss out on those two years of dressing as you like at school, I welcome the smart dress code. Not only does it make getting dressed each morning a lot easier, but it sets sixth formers up as role models for younger students, and that's important.
The group need cooperation in order to make this happen and be acted. We also need guidance because group is not perfect enough to handle this kind of campaign and we also need to have the help coming from the parents to make students be knowledgeable to the importance of wearing uniforms and they themselves would have the initiative to do such. Upon doing this campaign the group would have:
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