Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) gets a mention in an article in today’s Guardian that claims school uniforms do not improve learning results.
The article quotes American academic David Brunsma, who has concluded, after eight years of research, that “uniforms do not make our schools better”.
BSCS headteacher Dave Baker is mentioned in connection with the school’s clampdown on ‘Miss Sexy’ trousers that hit the national headlines in October last year.
Read more: School uniform does not improve results – discuss (The Guardian)
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