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Priory Uniform

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On 17 Jun 2019 at 5:56pm Journaller wrote:
When I was at Priory (80s) we never had uniform issues. I don't remember any letters being sent to parents. Teachers were not bothered about what pupils were wearing and therefore no time was wasted with uniform issues. This was because of the more relaxed, sensible approach back. I had to wear a grey skirt, and a blue jumper/sweatshirt. No school logos needed. My choice of style of skirt/jumper. Shoes of my own choice.
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On 17 Jun 2019 at 6:48pm Journaller wrote:
And I could wear any coat
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On 18 Jun 2019 at 1:27pm Eighties Boy wrote:
Priory in the 80s was like the Wild West.
It was an achievement to get to the end of the day in one piece; what everyone was wearing didn't cross my mind too often.
There were a selection of punks, rockers, goths and mods as I remember, who tended to be alright. And the geek/nerd fraternity (not that they were called that in those days).
It was the rest you had to stay clear of.
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On 18 Jun 2019 at 5:32pm leaf wrote:
sick to death of Priory, who now want me buy new uniform for my child who leaves next year.
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On 18 Jun 2019 at 6:04pm Hugh Janus wrote:
I have a variety of dresses for sale all boys sizes!
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On 18 Jun 2019 at 9:24pm Basil wrote:
I think most European and US schools seem to manage without uniforms. My memory of school uniform was that it was something for pedantic martinets sitting in their office to spend too much time worrying about.
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On 21 Jun 2019 at 11:48pm mrs patmore wrote:
Interesting


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