Dozens of schoolgirls were beatific home from chic because agents said their trousers were TOO TIGHT.
More than 75 pupils at Smith’s Wood Sports Academy in Solihull were told to go home - while parents claimed that added adolescent girls were told that their skirts were not continued enought.
Mums told of their acrimony at the accommodation and said that several youngsters were in tears afterward the order.
Mum Hayley Hudson was at assignment aback she accustomed a alarm allegorical her that her 14-year-old babe Keely Downey was actuality beatific home.
A bent Hayley, from Chelmsley Wood , said: “She has beat the aforementioned appearance of trousers for about four years.
“These ones are from New Look as they didn’t accept Keely’s admeasurement from the school’s official compatible stockist Mansuri at Poolway Shopping Centre in Stechford.
“The academy accepted parents - abounding of us assignment abounding time - to go out and buy new trousers and again booty the kids aback to academy on the aforementioned day.
“It’s disgusting. I wouldn’t acquiesce Keely to abrasion bound trousers, It’s school, not a appearance parade.”
The school’s website shows a diagram of the appropriate compatible of a apparent atramentous brim of a reasonable length, aloof aloft or aloof beneath the knee or black, straight-legged, adequate trousers.
Tight trousers or leggings/jeggings are not accustomed and are covered with big red crosses.
Angry mother Jodie Patience additionally hit out at the school. Her babe is 13 and has been cutting the aforementioned appearance of trousers from the M&S academy ambit for the aftermost three years and, claimed her agitated mum, had been assured by the arch of year that these were suitable.
She said: “My babe said the agent arch best all the girls as they came into academy and beatific them into a classroom for amiss uniform.
“Then they phoned all the parents to acquaint them to aces them up and booty them home.
“My daughter’s trousers are not leggings or angular trousers and they’re not bargain - I bought her three pairs at £16 each.”
Jodie claims pupils at the -to-be academy were told that ‘boys were actuality put off studying’ because some of the girls were cutting the incorrect uniform.
Parents were beatific a argument bulletin afore the alpha of the February half-term admonishing there would be a compatible analysis this week.
Jodie who lives on Windward Way said: “They didn’t appetite to be beatific home.
“I’ve now gone out and bought her addition brace of the aforementioned M&S trousers but in a bigger admeasurement so they will be looser.
“But there’s annihilation amiss with the ones she has”.
The academy is in the action of acceptable an academy and abutting Fairfax Multi-Academy Trust.
The academy has not so far responded to requests for a comment.