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New Priory School Uniform for Girls

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On 9 Jun 2016 at 8:51am Mrs Concerned Parent wrote:
Have Priory introduced a compulsory mini skirt? The number of girls walking to school who look like slappers is quite shocking. Why do the parents let their under age girls leave the house looking like that?
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 11:08am Mavis wrote:
Can the boys wear skirts at Priory too ? They can at Brighton College, if they fancy. Isn't that great ???
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 2:41pm Hairy mclarey wrote:
Mavis we meet again! I can see your prejudice seeping through again, any other sectors of society you disapprove of?
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 4:30pm Tranny McVanny wrote:
They used to have holey tights when it first became Priory. We loved it, us boys from the Grammar. It almost made it worth doing the extra year before our free Uni education. Where did it all go wrong, I'm a white van man now. LOL.
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 5:15pm Mr Traditional wrote:
I agree totally with Mrs Concerned and was thinking of writing to the Headteacher although I don't think I'll get much mileage. It's difficult to enforce uniform standards in your own kids when others are clearly ignoring the rules. Some look as if they are touting for business rather than going to school. Clearly some parents don't give a t*ss.
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 6:02pm Tim wrote:
Can someone explain why wearing a short skirt makes someone a slapper? Is Eddie Izzard a slapper?
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 6:58pm Old girl wrote:
I don't think the length has changed since I went there over 30 years ago. Chailey & Ringmer are no better. Teenagers will rebel and the skirts may not have been that short when they left home.
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 7:05pm Mavis wrote:
Did I say I disapproved ? Let everyone do whatever they like, that's what I was meaning. If girls want to hike up their skirts (we did when we were at school) let them. It's all part of growing up.
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 7:18pm mother wrote:
I hate to see it. They have no respect for themselves. Girls should aspire to be so much more than something to leer at. They look cheap, easy and brainless, whether they are or not. I was at Priory in the 80's and hardly anyone wore skirts up to their A hole.
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 7:24pm KR wrote:
Is there no one moderating this page? This is exactly the sort of sexist comment which totally reduces young women to sexualised objects. The size of a skirt has nothing to do with sexual acts. Your comment is entirely misguided. They are people who are free to wear exactly what they want and should no be subjected to your sexualised projections and judgements.
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 7:28pm Local resident wrote:
@KR... what utter tosh.....the school has a dress code that is blatantly being broken...are u one of those white van men who perv at the aforementioned girls in short skirts?
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 7:34pm Slutty McSlutface wrote:
Don't blame the parents. I am sure that, just as I did 25 years ago, little Susie will leave the house looking like a nun and through the judicious rolling up of waistband will arrive at school showing her stocking tops. Of course I had great thighs back then....
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On 9 Jun 2016 at 7:54pm Tranny Mc Vanny wrote:
I don't perv @ schoolgirls. I did when they first arrived in Mountfield road (1969), due to 4 years without them. Now I'm retired I enjoy a little van driving as It's relaxing compared to my job, and there are many ladies in their 50's that are well attractive. Needless to say I don't visit Lewes with it's fascist parking and residents. Kind regards, TMcV
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 4:24am wrote:
This thread is ideal source material for students of Freudian over-compensation.
NO, IM MORE DISGUSTED THAN YOU TO BE FORCED TO SEE YOUNG GIRLS IN SHORT SKIRTS!!!
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 5:45am Shocked wrote:
How dare you call young girls easy ,cheap and brainless. I'm a parent of a pupil that goes to that school. They have a strick dress code ,how do you know that they don't enforce it before those pupils walk through the school gate ? Out of school they can do what they like .Did you never wear or do things you shouldn't out of adult supervision ?
What the hell has it got to do with you ? How does it interfere with you going about your daily business ? Does anyone say to you you shouldn't where them shoes because they make you look like an Arse ? Mind your own business , leave the school alone don't you think they have enough to deal with day to day to then have to deal a busy body complaining about the length of some of the girls skirts when in public.
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 6:19am Fairy mclarey wrote:
Mavis, it is your 'isn't that great' comment which reveals your prejudice .
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 6:46am Mr Traditional wrote:
My daughter goes to Priory and she follows uniform rules. The headteacher often stands at the gate when students are entering school but thats about it. Also some of the girls in her classes regularly wear mini skirts and apart from the odd telling off they seem to get away with it despite all the warnings etc on the school websites uniform section.
Message to "shocked", When you see a girl wearing something that looks more like a curtain pelmet than a skirt going to school with a fag hanging out of her mouth it doesn't exactly give a good impression of the girl, the school or their rule enforcement does it?
If my kids were walking to/from school in the state that some are, ie dragged through a hedge backwards ( and that's going to school) I would not be happy. Clearly some parents are ignorant or probably don't give a t*ss.
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 7:46am Simon wrote:
Why is it any worse than the group of young ladies in Lycra who raise their arses and open their legs for all to see on Railway Land in the mornings?
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 8:17am Shocked wrote:
Mr traditional my daughter also goes to school dressed appropriately ,maybe the girls you see are yr 11s that are asserting their will to break from the rules they have followed as children and try to become young adults.i agree it's not a good look walking with a cigarette hanging out of their mouths but I very much doubt the school allows that to happen in school and I'm sure every school including private have there rebellious group that push boundaries but to Make presumptions on appearance and moan about the school isn't fair , your right it is down to the parents and any parent hopes that in public their children are polite ,courteous and respectful and I'd rather that than be worried my child's skirt is 2inches shorter than the required length
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 8:45am Rooney wrote:
I expect they are all hoping to become footballers wives and marry a fornicating, granny shagger,but they will enjoy the money and lack of purpose in life
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 8:48am mother wrote:
@ shocked: frankly i'm shocked you don't seem to care that children (let me repeat that- CHILDREN) are looking like prostitutes?
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 9:00am Shocked wrote:
@mother it's not appropriate for you say that children look like prostitutes because of them wearing short skirts if they were in there PE skirts walking home would you still call them that ? If they were not in school and out in public wearing a normal short skirt are they still looking like prostitutes ?
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 10:24am mother wrote:
yes they would still look cheap...you are being incredibly naive if you think they are simply being fashionable...would you wear that kind of clothing to your office/place of work? they are going to school to learn, not to be in a fashion parade or attract wolf whistles from dirty old men...if you are happy for your daughter to be seen as nothing more than a sex object that's up to you....it reflects badly on you though
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 10:25am anon wrote:
As a (sort of) recent graduate of priory, all I can say is that you'll never be able to persuade or even enforce *outside* of the school gates. Inside is a different matter, if Ms Twilley is still there, she's a real uniform nazi- and did a good job of keeping things knee length. But outside- forget about it. The pressure to look a certain way on modern day female teens is overwhelming, and they'll all follow the crowd or 'the popular group', social pressure is much more powerful than authoritarian pressure at that age.
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 10:28am anon wrote:
and besides, all the boys love the whole short skirt thing, kept us going through the long days
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 10:36am Mrs Concerned Parent wrote:
The skirts are not being rolled up, they are obviously just short skirts that barely cover underwear. Perhaps the head would like to comment on here about why he is not enforcing the school rules. Is he turning a blind eye to other school rules? Bullying? etc
Girls need to have some respect for themselves. I'm sure a lot of them are just wearing them to "fit in" which is a real shame. Sheep.....
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 11:31am Shocked wrote:
@concerned parent how do you know the headmaster is doing nothing ?
@ mother you don't know me so you don't know my parenting skills as I don't know yours , the girls you are talking about are aged 11-16yrs old how can you say that they are doing it to get dirty old men wolf whistles , When the children reach school ,the school monitor in each lesson they go into their appearance and their uniform and its logged so I'm sure if they slip through the gate undetected they get caught in registration
You make faceless comments on here ,which are completely unnecessary and uncalled for and your opinion is that everything that young girls do is for attracting the opposite sex in which you are completely mistaken and you've taken it to whole new level and I'm to busy making ladies look confident and sexy for themselves and not men !!!!
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 12:04pm intellectual wrote:
shocked bet you're a fan of katie price
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 4:19pm Red hat no drawers wrote:
None of you have a clue what a tom looks like.
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On 10 Jun 2016 at 5:54pm 1960's wrote:
Nothing changes...I was a teenager in the late sixties and most of the girls wore short skirts to school and the boys wore trousers that were short above the ankle. I'm pretty sure they weren't slappers, they were just teenagers pushing the boundries.


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