Teachers vs an actual dress code!(4 Posts)
JRsouth Sat 09-Dec-17 10:38:16
wonderstuff Fri 08-Dec-17 18:12:22
JoJoSM2 Fri 08-Dec-17 17:54:22
RJsouth Fri 08-Dec-17 17:20:00
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I spoke to the LA regarding access to the dress code.
I’d agree with JoJo. No idea why you went to the LA, the head is the boss and she is answerable to the governors.
Frankly, I’d find yourself something worthwhile to pre-occupy yourself with.
Ok so yesterday was the final straw! I attended my sons infants Christmas Faye that was organised by the wonderful PTA. However myself and other parents noticed the Deputy Head had forgotten to put on her trousers or even a skirt. Joking aside an extremely short festive jumper dress (just covering her front and back bottom), black see through tights and 4inch black velvet stilettos. This is not the first time that this one teacher has dressed inappropriately, short dresses along with a neckline barely covering her nipples!
Having spoken to the local authorities regarding the dress code for teaching staff within the area, which i am not able to access. They suggested to speak to the Headmistress..... So the dilemma! The Head although not as promiscuously dressed as her deputy although has been seen wearing denim hot pants (obviously for wear denim day), short dresses at least 2/3 inches above knee. I feel I'm going to be brushed off, what to do? I thinks it highly inappropriate to be wearing such clothes with in a infant school setting if any. Lots of bending front and back as you can imagine.