i have to wear them everyday and we would save a lot of money if we could just wear our clothes i hope one day the will burn all of the uniforms in the world some people dont have money to buy new uniforms every year. i know people like that and the school has to give them money to buy the uniforms and this year the school is not giving them the money they need. i gave her some of mine i never thought that a school could be so rude and all of the teachers get to where anything they want and im happy that they dont get payed a lot so the jokes on them.
School is a place to learn, not to flaunt fashion, wealth or privilege. Unfortunately as it stands now kids spend so much time being stressed out about popularity and social standing that they hardly have the energy to learn anything valuable. School uniforms would take some of that pressure away because when everyone is dressed the same there really isn't much room for discrimination. Kids can therefore be judged by their peers on their own merits, not by what brand of jeans they wear. Parents as well can benefit because buying uniforms is much cheaper and less stressful than spending obscene amounts of time and money purchasing a varied wardrobe, often for more than one child at a time.
Having more than one child attend school becomes very expensive. Having school uniforms in place provides the opportunity to have a one-stop shopping moment at the beginning of the school year. The only other items you'd have to worry about as a parent are the coats, school bags and possibly shoes if there aren't guidelines or specific shoes that need to be purchased as well. I am a parent of two children who has lived the experience and would opt for uniforms hands down. It also allows children to focus on education, not on what everyone else is wearing.
So many people argue that school uniforms curb children's ability to express themselves. But, in a school setting, I believe that their focus should be entirely on their education, and that uniforms not only eliminate a number of distractions, but equalize the school population.
School uniforms have many benefits. Some argue they curb originality, but I argue the removal of showing originality via their clothing, children are forced to prove who they are as people. It has been shown that uniformed children are less distracted, and it also eliminates distinguishing children based on their social and economic standing.
In primary and secondary schools today there is too much emphasis on designer outfits. There is too much of having to keep up with one another, putting parents in a horrible position of having to spend money on clothes and accessories that their children really don't need. This is why uniforms should be required. It puts kids on an even playing field.
Yes, school uniforms should be mandatory for primary and secondary schools, because it would lessen peer pressure for students. Many fights and arguments have been started because of the clothes that kids wear. Having everyone dress the same would decrease the pressure they feel, and lead to a generally safer and happier school system, while saving money for the parents.
School uniforms in all schools would alleviate so much heartache for students who can not afford to dress in style. It would allow everyone to be equal and eliminate embarrassment. It would disallow some students to do things such as wear gang colors. It would eliminate the baggy pants issue. It would make a lot of kids' school lives a lot easier.
Not wearing a uniform can cause being bullied because you don't have a certain brand or a certain color of clothes there is a very big issue because it is causing a Hugh suicide rate or cutting themselves stop this and voice your opinion the have them. Also it takes more time and overall costs a lot of money through out the year.
Uniforms are an integral part of reputation of a school . Students get recognised as part of that school or that school. Too much money will be spent on buying clothes to wear to school everyday instead of focussing on studies we start caring more about our clothes and makeup and hair.
It doesn't help a child learn better or really help them in any viable way. Also, there is the fact that parents would be forced to buy the uniforms, potentially making them spend money that they might need for bills or food. And then there is the fact that these uniforms would most likely be very cheaply made, so it would be a waste of money for the family in question. And while uniforms would keep children from wasting money on the latest fads and such, a parent could do exactly the same thing by teaching their child how to think logically and rationally. "Do you really need this?" "Does this help you?". If parents taught their children simple questions like this, I'm sure that today's, and future, generations would benefit from it far greater than they would if they "learned" it from a uniform.
Instead of buying your children uniforms, you should instead have your children wear the clothes they already own and not having to pay any money. Also, uniforms make all of the children in a school look the same, and that is not beneficial because it is good to have differences because that is what makes you special.
As a teenager, I think that we should be able to wear any reasonable garment of clothing to school. We are already told what to do by parents, and teachers. We should be able to express ourselves through clothing. We SHOULD NOT have to wear what our school tells us to. (I mean a few guidelines is perfectly fine.) I challenge ANYONE who says that uniforms are the best thing for children and that clothes are distractions to us.
Every child and every human has the right to express themselves whether it be through clothes or words. A uniform will not only make them part of a drone, but will never change the nature of bullies. The uniform will not help bullying. It will annoy a child, bore a child. School uniforms are generally uncomfortable and take awhile to put on. They are unnecessary and a nuisance to the kids.
Requiring uniforms for primary and secondary school kids would be a big mistake. Not only are there many families that can't afford the additional expense, but there are many kids that need to express themselves and do so through clothes. There are kids that won't fit properly into uniforms, as bodies are different yet the uniforms are made like cookie cutters.
If you have a school uniform, you would look like everyone else. By dressing yourself, you are able to display your creativity and character. If you had to wear a school uniform, no one would know how you felt about your clothing or about yourself. Also, people often judge your look.
There are pros and cons to this question.
School uniforms would at least mitigate the tendency of children to form cliques or "packs". This would undoubtedly cut down on the bullying now prevalent at these ages. School uniforms would also help keep gang colors and symbols out of the classroom. In addition, it might help focus young minds on school work rather than style trends--at least during school hours.
Many parents would be hard-pressed to pay for school uniforms, which would need to be provided in addition to their child's existing clothing. This becomes a serious burden if there are several children in the household. It may also be necessary to replace these uniforms every one or two years, as the child undergoes a growth spurt. If there were tax deductions offered, or if the school district provided these uniforms, then the financial burden would be eliminated.
There is another potential pitfall. America has always prided itself on its ability to be creative--to innovate. Would putting children in uniforms send a mixed message to them? Would we be saying that, yes, be creative, think outside-the-box, innovate--but don't you dare look any different from the child sitting next to you.
When students can wear civilian clothes to school, the parents can decide where to shop for them and have the option of buying them from a discount store or during the sale season. With a uniform, the expenses increase. Each child needs to have a few sets of uniforms (and the number goes up if the students have different kinds of uniforms for different activities like classes, sports, etc.) which she is bound to outgrow in a matter of months. This means that the parents will have to buy the child another complete set of uniforms, and also other clothes that the child can wear after school and on the weekend. This is an expensive proposition. Rather than spending money on buying a uniform which their ward will never get to wear outside the school premises, the same can be used in buying books or other stuff which will actually be of some good use for their children.
I personally think that school uniforms should not be mandatory. For example if a student is going on the bus in their school uniform which they personally think is embarrassing and a bully from another school is wearing designer clothes, what will happen? The student wearing the school uniform will get bullied because of the embarrassing uniform, which means that this rule will not prevent bullying but instead change the bully which may cause more problems considering that the bully might be more than three years older than the student wearing the school uniform.
Kids don't get a chance to express themselves if they are mandated to wear uniforms. Sure, the schools want to have a good looking image on the public and to set an example of ethics, but if schools require kids to wear uniforms, the right to express yourself goes out the window.