School uniform is a set of clothing that students wear when in school.
It is a school rule that students wear school uniform. The school uniform rules explain what you can and cannot wear. These rules also help you know about hair styles that are acceptable and the wearing of make-up and jewellery. It is useful to know these rules.
During break-time it is easy for school uniform to become untidy. For example, clothes can become untucked. It is important to make sure you are tidy before you go back to class.
Not wearing the correct uniform can make school staff cross and get you into trouble. Wearing school uniform in an untidy way can also make adults cross.
It is important to follow school uniform rules and ensure that you look smart and tidy.
Wearing My School Uniform
At my school it is the rule that I must wear school uniform.
My school has rules about what I can and cannot wear to school. Usually this means that I must wear my school uniform. There may also be school rules about hair styles, make-up and jewellery. I must follow these rules too.
If I don't wear the correct school uniform I may get into trouble. Adults may be cross with me.
Sometimes there are days when I don't have to wear my school uniform. These days are often called mufti-days. On these days I should not wear school uniform and can wear normal clothes. These days are special and an adult will tell me when these happen.
On most school days I must wear school uniform. If I don't I am breaking school rules and this is not OK.