Friday, 5 October 2007

Jeans For Genes? Not At TMHS

Jeans For Genes Day - held on the first Friday of October (today) - is a day when everyone is encouraged to throw out the dress code and wear jeans. Then donate £1 or £2 to help children with genetic disorders.

It sounds like a worthy cause, doesn't it? And it is. But of course, Temple Moor staff quake at the thought of non-uniform days, so wearing jeans is a no-go area. And they proved that today by not celebrating this. It's either down to ignorance or very possibly the fact that the school wouldn't get a penny out of the idea. And if it doesn't make profit, Temple Moor's not interested.

They've already demonstrated that they don't think the anniversary of 9/11 is worthy of a minute's silence, and now they're not even allowing children with genetic problems a chance. Way to go!


Anonymous said...

11H had a minutes silence which was interrupted 15 seconds in

by connor reed

he asked . . .

"have we started yet?"

What an idiot

Anonymous said...

Its because some scruffy buggers or chavs at school can't afford Jeans.

Can't discriminate can me