Head teacher scraps hair rules

Head teacher scraps rules banning long or bleached hair, afros or man buns

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1/23/2022 4:12:00 PM

Head teacher scraps rules banning long or bleached hair, afros or man buns

Julie Richardson (pictured centre), headteacher at all-boy's Verulam School in St Alban's says big afros, long hair, cornrows and man buns are acceptable at her school.

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Julie Richardson has relaxed Verulam School's hair and dress code policies. Students still have to dress smartly but no longer required to wear blazer and tie. Sixth form business attire has also been removed from school policy. Students will have to dress professionally but have greater choice and can wear cultural dress such as thobes, commonly worn in Middle East