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Gender neutral uniform in Wales?

Gender neutral uniform in Wales?

Schools should not dictate what uniform is for "girls" and what is for "boys", under proposed new Welsh Government guidance.

It says clothing choices should not be based on sex or gender, and flexibility is urged to help pupils undergoing gender reassignment.

Ministers are also consulting on ways to help make uniform cheaper, such as limiting school logos on clothes.

One head teacher said plans for gender neutral uniforms were "sensible".

"Our policy is that any student can wear a skirt or trousers, and we have had one young man who came in in a skirt one day and we said he looked very smart and he carried on and the next day he came in in trousers," said Jackie Parker, from Crickhowell High School in Monmouthshire.

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