Mixed reaction to flexible dress code for Sixth Formers

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  • Tuesday, 13 Jan 2015

Mix and match: St George’s Girls School students wearing either their uniform or sportswear on the first day of school.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry’s bid to rebrand Form Six through a flexible dress code has elicited mixed reactions from students and principals.

As the 2015 school year began yesterday, some Sixth Formers were happy to have the choice of wearing traditional outfits and other apparel like batik to school while others said they would stick to the uniform.

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