Wednesday 11th January 2012
Dear Mr. Headteacher,
While I appreciate the many benefits of our school, I think there are still some problems. A big, the bigger, the biggest problem is school uniform. I will like to present you my case for abolishing school uniform and explain to you why ,as a pupil, I feel school uniform should not be mandatory. Statistics show school uniform is not liked by the majority of the students. Think about those poor children that make the clothes of the uniform. I'm going to make a list with the main points of my letter: 1. We all have the right to individuality, to make personal choices and to express our personality. This right of free expression includes the way we choose to dress. Making everyone wear the same school uniform infringes on our rights and is a misuse of authority. We should have the right to choose what to wear, to express our personalities and ,as a way of learning, to make choices about our lives.
2. In my opinion the uniform costs too much. Even though you need money to come to this school, this doesn't mean that we have to waste money for clothes we can only wear at school because they have the school emblem.
3. Our systems of law and regulation typically punish everyone for the actions of a few. We should take the time needed to solve the problem of the trouble-makers that don't dress decently rather than apply a general rule.
4. There are plenty reasons to avoid uniforms. One of these is that the idea of "one size fits all" is totally wrong. If our uniform fits to a boy, it doesn't mean it fits even to a girl. We have a different-shaped body so the unisex uniform is useless.
5. What is more, uniforms should be abolished from schools because it only causes more conflict between teachers and students, and why do students only wear uniform? The only differences between a teacher and a student are the age and the spelling. We all have the same rights so ,even though teachers have more...
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