Boarders Keeping Bag Racks

Boarders Keeping Bag Racks

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Hugh Ford started this petition to Heads of Boarding

Dear Boys,

As you are all aware, from the end of this week the use of the bag racks outside the dining room will no longer be tolerated. For years the bag racks have been used as a convenient, time effect and travel effect alternative storage of bags during the lunch times from Monday to Friday. Recent unexplained changes by staff to this process has forced boys to start using their lockers up in the day school. If these changes are made, boarders; unlike day boys, will have store their bag separately to where their food is. This change creates issues such as boys having to walk from one side of the school to the other to put their bag in their locker and then all the way back just to eat. An example of this is boys who have lessons in the tower block may also have lockers at the science center, meaning they have to walk from the tower blocks to the science center and then back to the dining room just to eat. This creates issues of time efficiency and an unnecessary amount of boys walking around the school. Boys will be on their seconds before some boys even arrive at the dining room, creating issues of some boys going hungry. The only reason that has been explained to us boys that why this change is happening, is because the school would like to see us mix more with the day boys. Just because we have our lockers where the day boys have theirs does not mean the day boys and boarders will associate more. We still do not eat in the same place, we still have to come down for our meals where as the day boys eat their meals in the school. This change to where boarders store their bags at lunch does not solve problems it only creates them. 

Boys if you would like to see stop this change I am asking you sign this petition to stop the creation of an inconvenience.

Kind Regards, 

The Year 12 cohort. 

 

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