The Lammas School and Sports College in Leyton, London E10 which boasts being a “Good School”, has conducted itself unprofessionally in “Cross-Dressing” all the female pupils at the school, incorrectly in boy’s school blazers as part of its new style Lammas School uniform (see photos above).
A spokesperson for Victoria 2 Schoolwear, a local business that has been established for 47 years, has confirmed that in May 2013, the Lammas School in Leyton E10 had recklessly changed their school uniform after being advised that its former supplier had already manufactured it. However in an effort to avoid settlement of their debt in the sum of £27,000 for the school’s former uniform, the Lammas School ditched their former supplier and chose to change their new school uniform; and appoint an alternative Schoolwear supplier outside the borough without any notice.
A spokesperson has confirmed that the school’s decision to proceed with cross-dressing all of the girls at the Lammas School with “Boys School Blazers” was an effort to cut corners, costs and save time.
Extremely annoyed parents and pupils have to remain anonymous for fear of reprisal and reprimand from the school. They have alerted the local shopkeeper stating that the Lammas School together with their new supplier have recklessly cross-dressed all of the girl’s pupils inappropriately in boy’s school blazers. The spokesperson has also been advised that the Lammas School had refused to replace these school blazers correctly, claiming that the girl pupils should show more courtesy and be grateful since their school blazers had been provided and funded by the Lammas School “free of charge”. This being part of their preliminary program to change the entire Lammas School uniform, the girls should refrain from whinging.
A spokesperson for Victoria-2 Schoolwear has confirmed that the store has been receiving a vast amount of complains from enraged parents who have demanded answers from the Lammas School and their new uniform supplier “Fashion Stop” in London E6.
They have gone on to say, it is bizarre for any person to be cross-dressed with inappropriate clothing. They have expressed concern that the school’s decision not to replace the girl’s school’s blazers correctly has resulted, and will further result in pupils at the Lammas School to rebel. It is currently believed that their male counterparts had pointlessly teased some of the girls at the school over this transgender issue.
The items of school clothing are clearly unsuitable and the school and their new uniform supplier are urged to replace these items immediately in order to avoid further revolt and conflict between the boys and girls at the Lammas School. They have also added that the school cannot be complacent in allowing pupils of the opposite sex to wear boy’s items of clothing, as this would indicate some transgender identity.
Generally speaking, all societies have a set of common norms and guidelines defining what type of clothing are appropriate for each gender. This being the case, why should the head teacher or the school’s governing body expect the girls at the Lammas School to put up with being the only school wearing blazers which are clearly meant for the opposite sex.
The new revelation follows disturbing news that the Lammas School and Sports College in the London Borough of Waltham Forest E10 had abused a staggering £104,000 of taxpayer’s money in defending their shocking actions against its former sole uniform supplier in Walthamstow E17. As a direct result of the school’s incompetence and reckless actions in breaching their contract with the uniform supplier, we are advised that Victoria 2 Schoolwear, who is suing the Lammas School, had suffered loss in excess of £27,000 which the school could clearly have settled, saving a great deal of needless taxpayer’s money.
The court trial against the Lammas School and Sports College continues at the Bow County Court in London E5, on the 23rd & 24th April 2015 at 10am.
About Janet Cohen t/a Victoria 2 Schoolwear
Victoria 2 Schoolwear had been established since 1967. Janet Cohen has been running the family business for over 20 years. She had taken over the shop as a going concern from her mother Victoria Samuel, who had previously been running the successful family business. The shop in Walthamstow E17 is a specialist school uniform outfitter, and the school wear shop supplies a vast amount of schools in the London, Essex and the Home Counties with school uniforms.
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