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Schoolgirl put in remedial class after she dyed her hair PURPLEA furious dad has removed his daughter from school

after she was put into a remedial class - because she dyed her hair PURPLE. Shanice Moore, 16, was banished to a class for children with behavioural problems more than two miles away from her school after staff branded her new tresses extreme. Each morning the teenager has to board a minibus to go to the Portakabin classroom which has metal bars on its windows and resembles a prison. Shanices dad Rob claims Bedminster Down School, in Bris

tol, has put pupils appearance ahead of their education and has now withdrawn Shanice from lessons. He says the treatment is heavy-handed and has upset and humiliated the well-behaved and diligent year 11 student. Furious: Rob and Sharon Moore say Shanice, 16, has been banished to a prison camp after dying her hair purple (Image: SWNS) Self-employed 精准六尾中特官网 Rob, 46, said: Weve never had a bad report from any teacher during all her time at school. Theyve put her in a Portakabin with bars on the windows - its like a prison camp. Theyve got no hot meals there so she has to have cold pack lunches - I wont have my daughter going there. He added he believed his daughter was being treated unfairly and sent to the specialist unit called The Lamp, because she was a slow learner and is not expected to excel in her GCSEs. He argued the problem has threatened to derail his daughters hopes of earning childcare qualifications. Weve taken Shanice to the hairdressers but they have recommended wai

ting until the natural colour comes back, he added. Criticised: Bedminster Down School sent girl with purple hair to remedial classes (Image: SWNS) The school want her to dye it black or peroxide blonde but she isnt going to do it. If she was a grade A student and had dyed her hair purple, she wouldnt have been sent to The Lamp. This has forced my hand to do something. It seems that its not education the school is concentrating on - its appearance. It seems like education comes second in their minds. I thought school was for learning. I can understand this as a punishment for pupils who are disruptive but it shouldnt apply for appearance or dress reasons. The family hope Shanice will be able to transfer to nearby Bridge Learning Campus

in Hartcliffe to complete her secondary education. Gary Schlick, headteacher at Bedminster Down, said it was the schools policy to exclude pupils with extreme hair. Hair-raiser: Bedminster Down School has strict policy on extreme hairstyles (Image: SWNS) Mr Schlick said: Part of Bedminster Downs school uniform policy includes the exclusion of extreme hair colour. This policy is enforced for all students and any continued breach of the policy is treated as a behaviour issue. We have a well-regarded unit for students whose behaviour means they are unable to attend mainstream lessons. Students return to their regular classes once their behaviour is regarded as acceptable to the school. Through this provision we are able to avoid excluding children from education, except as a last resort. In this case we are continuing to liaise with the family and hope to welcome the student back to classes very soon. poll loadingWas the schools reaction over the top?500+ VOTES SO FARYESNO

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