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Should certain hairstyles be banned in schools?

Thursday February 22 2018

A SCHOOL has that has banned certain hairstyles says anyone sporting the dos will be sent home or put in isolation.

Great Yarmouth Charter Academy sent a letter to parents saying variations on a style known as "meet me at McDonald's" were among seven "unacceptable haircuts for boys".

The 80s-inspired hairstyle typically features short sides with a floppy, tousled mop of hair on top.

The school warned that children with the style and others deemed inappropriate would "either be sent home to have their hair restyled or placed in isolation until their hair is restyled".

Other haircuts banned include:

Noticeably longer tops that are not layered in and combined with sharply contrasting sides and back.

Overgrown, heavy fringes brushed forward onto the face.

High top styles of excessive height.

Shaven parting lines.

Hair that is teased to give excessive height.

Any variation on a Mohican style.

Do you think certain hairstyles should be banned in schools? What are the rules at your child's school? Leave your comments below.

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