People wear printed t-shirts for many reasons. Some people will wear a t-shirt to make a statement or to cause a stir among the people around them. Others will wear a t-shirt to show support for charity or let others know about a cause. This is what pupils and their parents are doing at Aberdeen primary, according to a news article from www.thisisaberdeen.com.
The Aberdeen primary school normally requires students to wear uniforms but have one day where children can wear something other than their regular attire. Recently, children decided to wear Save Our Schools printed t-shirt. Students at Causewayend School also are wearing their t-shirts to show their support in keeping the schools open. Other schools that threatened by closing due to councillor's decision include Causewayend Stoneywood, Victoria Road School and Kittybrewster. Other changes include the merging of Byron Park Nursery and Westerton Primary and Middleton Park and Glashieburn primaries. The parents of the Victoria Road School are holding a protest on 6 March to show their disapproval and anger about these changes. They plan to march from Victoria Bridge to the school.
If you would like to join in the campaign and show your support, visit the website to sign their online petition, www.sosaberdeen.org.
(c) Vasant Dave,www.sxc.hu