Posted February 18, 2019 12:01:51 There are a number of school uniforms that are often in short supply in schools in the Northern Territory.
Key points:Parents in the region are now sharing their thoughts on what’s going to happen in the coming weeksThe NT is the first state to introduce uniform legislation, after the ACT introduced similar laws in the ACT in 2016School uniforms are usually made up of a single colour or two, depending on the school.
The ACT introduced uniform laws in 2016.
But the ACT’s changes to the laws didn’t go far enough and the NT is now the first of the states to introduce a uniform law.
What is uniformity?
It is a requirement that every child in every school uniform be the same.
The NT’s uniform law is the most progressive in the country, with more than 200 rules and regulations already in place.
But many of those rules are very strict and can mean school uniforms can only be worn for specific hours of the day.
In 2017, a small group of parents took their fight to the NT Government, who took the matter to the Supreme Court.
What is a school uniform?
A school uniform is the same school uniform as a pupil’s school uniform, except the pupil’s uniform is made up entirely of a coloured, contrasting colour.
School uniforms can also have a number design elements, such as a number or logo, on the front and back.
Some school uniforms, including the ones for Indigenous children, can be made of a material called school wrap.
But these aren’t standardised, so if there is a problem with the materials or they’re missing, the school must make them up themselves.
The school wrap also includes the school’s crest.
A number of NT school uniforms are made from recycled materials and can be a challenge to get in a store.
Parents in some schools in North West have already been complaining that they have to spend thousands of dollars to get school uniforms in stock.
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