Children ‘freezing’ at breaktimes as ‘archaic’ school CONFISCATES their coats each day

Children have been left ‘freezing’ during breaktimes after a school confiscated their own coats, telling furious parents to shell out up to £100 for a selection of official branded items instead including an ‘incredibly thin’ school jacket.

Pupils at Bishop Heber in Malpas, Cheshire are only permitted to wear branded items on school grounds, including a windcheater which parents claim ‘is not up to the job’. 

Photos taken by furious parents show staff milling around in warm overcoats while…

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