Aditi Mathur and Ratnesh Mathur
What would happen if we were to drop the notion of uniformity? How wonderful it would be if we could rejoice in the diversity of thoughts, of abilities, of beliefs and of ambitions.
Can a mundane thing like school uniforms have several nuances to it? From the cultural and social aspects to the historical and economical connotations, the uniform continues to be part of a student’s identity. A writer shares her experiences.
This article talks about the dressing up tales of students from the point of view of a student, a mother and as a teacher/enforcer of the uniform in school.
Here is a short but interesting take on the fascination for uniforms in general.
For young adolescents, school uniforms always tend to evoke extreme reactions. In this article, the writer explores some of the psychological effects that school uniforms have on students —- from creating visible differences to causing a loss of the sense of self to even perpetuating enemity. Read on for an interesting viewpoint.
From ties to footwear to fabric and colour and design, here are a few tips for schools when they decide on having a uniform.
Chintan Girish Modi
A very interesting and different article on the issue of uniforms. Against a background of a short poem, the writer engages readers with a lot of questions that can also be discussed in the classroom. Teachers who follow up on the activities mentioned in this article will find that their time has been well spent.
Is the school uniform intended to address class differences or does it place children in a regimented setting? Do schools attempt to project their status through their uniforms or do they have a tie-up with a uniform service provider? Here is an attempt to answer these questions.
School children from different schools across New Delhi and the NCR region share what they like or dislike about their uniforms.
The best part of going to school was to hang out with friends playing marbles, cricket and ‘gilli-danda’, not to forget acquiring a new set of uniforms every school year. A fun piece that makes you want to smile.