An offended mum has slammed her son’s faculty after he was faraway from classes and positioned in a behaviour help unit for sporting branded footwear.
Sir Harry Smith Group Faculty in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire has a no manufacturers or logos on sneakers coverage.
The secondary faculty threw Nicki Mawby’s son Tyler Hickin, 15, out of classes after he got here to class sporting black Vans with a brand on every heel.
Nevertheless, Miss Mawby has insisted they don’t breach tips and has claimed that the varsity has additionally punished 50 different college students for a similar factor.
She stated: ‘They put him in the behavioural support unit and said until he changed his footwear he won’t be allowed again into classes.
‘And if he didn’t change them, he must discover one other faculty.’
She continued: ‘I’m anxious it’s affecting his studying. I’m extremely irritated he’s been faraway from classes.
‘He does not know what’s been coated.’
‘There are a number of parents who have contacted me in the same position who said they are pleased they’re not the one ones.’
After the varsity refused to again down, the mom saved Tyler house on Tuesday, however now dangers an unauthorised absence wonderful.
She says it’s additionally seemingly she must pay for a brand new pair of sneakers.
Miss Mawby claimed that substitute footwear was supplied to kids to put on by the varsity, which has the model ‘Slazenger’ written on the again.
In a press release, Sir Harry Smith Group Faculty stated they anticipated college students to comply with uniform guidelines.
The varsity stated: ‘Mother and father/carers have been despatched affirmation in the summertime time period, as a reminder, of our uniform expectations.
‘We count on college students to be good and to comply with uniform guidelines.
‘A small number of students have returned to school wearing incorrect uniform and we are currently in discussions with their parents about our expectations.’