Rules for Free Education

WHY do pupils who get a free education try to buck school rules whilst pupils, whose parents pay through the nose for their children’s education, accept what we would call “quirky” dress rules?

WHY do pupils who get a free education try to buck school rules whilst pupils, whose parents pay through the nose for their children’s education, accept what we would call “quirky” dress rules?

In Rugby, last week, I saw these attractive girls walking between class. The only flesh visible was on the face and hands.

The main part of the uniform was a long black skirt covering them from waist to toes. There was no paint or metal on their faces - they looked feminine and attractive.

Why would a pretty girl want to put a nail through her nose or a stud on her lips etc?

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