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However critics argue that students should all have the option of wearing skirts or trousers, regardless of gender

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At least 40 secondary schools in England have banned girls from wearing skirts, an analysis of uniform policies across the country reveals.

Further schools are also considering the move to gender-neutral uniforms, which are more inclusive of transgender pupils.

One of the schools to have made the move last year is Priory School in Lewes, East Sussex, after pupils questioned why boys and girls should have to wear different clothing and stressed the importance of ensuring transgender students feel comfortable.

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Meanwhile, at Woodhey High School in Bury, skirts have been banned because they can be “undignified and embarrassing” for staff and visitors when girls sit on the floor in assemblies and drama classes.

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Eight secondary schools in Ipswich now ban skirts, meaning that the majority of girls attend “trouser-only” schools.

There are also bans in schools in Leeds, Grimsby and Bradford, where some schools with a high proportionof Muslim pupils do not allow skirts for modesty reasons.

However some critics of the decision argue that rather than forcing all pupils to wear trousers, students should all have the option of wearing skirts or trousers, regardless of gender.

“I think that trousers-only for everyone is a silly way to go — unless you are going to also offer the option of skirts-only for everyone,” said American writer Naomi Wolf.

“I believe that if everyone is offered the option of both skirts and trousers, everyone can find his, her or their comfortable fit.”

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in summer but said they were free to wear skirts instead, and earlier this year the headteacher of leading boarding school Uppingham School in Rutland revealed boys were allowed to wear skirts.

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Released Nigerian school girls who were kidnapped from their school in Dapchi, in the northeastern state of Yobe, wait to meet the Nigerian president at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on March 23, 2018. The Nigerian president promised on March 23, 2018 to free the remaining Christian schoolgirl still held by the Islamist militants Boko Haram, as he prepared to meet the other released Dapchi students. A total of 104 of the 110 students seized from the school in Dapchi on February 19 were released on March 21, 2018. (Photo credit: AFP PHOTO/PHILIP OJISUA).

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