Chestnut Groves strips individual diversity
What I see, with the enforcement of the rules (especially the uniform policy) is an error on the schools behalf and not the student. Whereas this approach may seem naïve and irresponsible, I take full responsibility for my actions and admit that there are rules in every establishment and place of work, meaning school should not be exempt. But I do also accept, as my responsibility as an active member of the student body, is to allow myself to express a voice which should and can be heard. I feel the newly enforced policies are evoking our right and freedom of personal and individual articulation. This could seem ludicrous, but actually in asking students to change appearances, like nails, earrings, bracelets, and choice of bag and coat, you are in fact stripping diversity and individuality. I have said ‘I’ many times in this, and I wish to encourage the idea that I speak on the behalf of many, and I hope that proof of this can be made available when necessary..