Cue disobedient little madam!
Teachers took action against Kirsty Crooke's 'extreme' hair colour after she arrived at Buttershaw Business & Enterprise College in West Yorkshire with deep crimson roots.Cue outraged mother:
The 14-year-old GCSE student’s furious mother Natalie Bussey, insists the school has overreacted by banishing her daughter to a 'green room' away from other pupils while the colour loses its impact.Cue demands for mummy’s Little Princess to get her own way:
She said: ‘Children should be allowed to express themselves, it’s not a bad colour. ’Cue clumsy backtracking when idiot parent thinks she might have gone a bit too far:
‘I’d understand if it was blue.’Cue rage at inappropriate subject:
‘I don’t understand why they’ve pulled her out of a week’s worth of lessons for having her roots done. She should have been in lessons. I’m livid.’Cue pathetic attempt at justifying why mummy’s Little Princess should be granted an exception:
She added: 'She was depressed because her hair looked greasy when it was brown.
‘Now she has to be taught in the room where the unruly pupils go…’Cue statement from the little madam herself, showing the sort of attitude we don’t want in our future generation:
Kirsty, who has just started studying for her GCSEs, said: ‘It is a crucial time for me and I am very frustrated.
‘I just want to be back in class but I don't see why I have to change my hair because of school. ’Cue statement issued by long-suffering headmaster:
A statement released by the school on behalf of head teacher Richard Hughes after being contacted by Mail Online said: 'We have established very high standards of uniform at BBEC.
'We extend out (sic) high standards in uniform to general appearance and take time to reinforce this with our students.
'Our expectations are communicated in the prospectus, in letters to parents and, if required, in our weekly newsletter. We also welcome discussions with parents about this if the need arises.'Translation: ‘Back in your box, love. And your stroppy little daughter too. You know the rules, and we’ll explain them again s..l..o..w..l..y if you were too dim to comprehend them the first couple of times…’
Bucko has this too, and has even less sympathy. I didn't think that was possible!