More and more parents are depositing their child in pajamas in this primary school: management intervenes
A primary school has launched a ""polished"" call to parents so that they are ""dressed more appropriate"" when they drop their children at the doors, says the Daily Mail.
The Ayresome primary school, located in the Gresham district of Middlesbrough, experienced a spectacular increase in the number of parents who come to deposit their children in pajamas and night dress at school.
Despite the request of the director of the school, some parents chose to ignore this ban and presented themselves at the doors of the school in night clothes.
Monday morning, several parents carrying pajamas under their coat were still seen.A father was even seen in an open bathrobe and tapping at the foot, despite the call of the management.
A mother told the Daily Mail: ""I can understand why the director intervened, the children only follow the example of their parents and that does not show anything good.""
However, within primary school, the uniform is essential for all students.The dress code is even quite strict. ""Les enfants doivent tous porter leur uniforme, ils sont élégants quand ils viennent à l'école, il n'y a donc aucune raison pour que les parents ne le soient pas non plus"", raconte cette même maman.
Charlotte Haylock, la directrice l'école primaire, s'explique à son tour: ""Nous avons récemment constaté une augmentation du nombre de parents portant des robes de chambre lorsqu'ils déposent et récupèrent leurs enfants à l'école.It prompted me to politely remind them that they must wear appropriate clothes when they accompany their children to school.As a school establishment, we encourage our students to be dressed appropriately at any time and we think it is important that parents do the same.If parents are concerned about a question about their child's education, my door is always open to them if they need advice and support "".
She will probably still have to remind a few parents to order in the coming days.