‘Strictest school in Britain’ makes pupils wear signs if they break rules - Metro
A school in Bristol has been called the strictest in the country after making pupils wear signs around their necks if they break the rules.
If children at Merchants Academy, in Withywood, don’t turn up in the correct uniform they are forced to wear lanyards that say ‘I have 24 hours to sort out my uniform’.
What you should do if you're being bullied Pupils have reportedly been pulled up for wearing shoes that are too shiny, donning wrong colour hairbands and removing blazers on hot days.
It’s all part of a new ‘Behaviour for Learning’ policy at the school, which was introduced two weeks ago... write journalists from Metro read more news | read original article
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