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Shortly before the holiday season, I checked the Morrisons Grocers on-line shop, and if you are reading my article, you will know that I was very satisfied with my work. At first I was excluded because I don't care to do this, but let's be frank, I spent much more of my life washing and ironing them.
This is my farewell to pressing and that means more spending with my girl and father.... or to blog! However, since our Morrisons shop is only 5 min away, I often stop by to take a look at their nutmeg collection. It' s cheap and of good quality.Ã'Â Have you ever hear of nutmeg?
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There was a story that a highschool girl said she should take off a Christian crucifix she was carrying even though she had Sikh kids carry bracelets as part of her sect. It was said to Lauren Grimshaw-Brown that she should take off a crossed collar because she was afraid of good or bad condition. However, the angry eight-year-old's Mother has reproached the college for having committed false morals by allowing pupils of other religions to carry jewelry for reasons of faith.
Lauren and her five-year-old sister, Callan, have always carried crucifixes at St Peter's CE School in Chorley, Lancashire. We are a Christians and my kids are wearing the collars under their laces," she said. On Thursday, Lauren was asked by a schoolteacher to take it off because they seem not to be able to carry jewelry.
They said if she had been a Sikh kid, she could carry bracelets because it was part of her religious beliefs. I have no problems at all with another religious denomination carrying bracelets or other jewelry, but why can't my daugther carry a chain with a back?
It'?s a religious college. It has been proposed by the academy that she should be wearing a needle, but this is certainly more risky because of the needle. Writing to Mrs Grimshaw-Brown, the brochure states: "The brochure makes it clear that jewelry other than watch and clocks and earrings may not be used. There have been cases in educational establishments where strapped ears, wristbands and lanyards have injured a child while playing outdoors or during exercise.
The brochure makes it clear that the schools allow jewelry where it is a necessary part of the children's religion, i.e. Sikh' family must carry bracelets as one of the "five Ks", the sacred clothing regulations. Ms Wright denies that there is discriminatory treatment against those who follow a particular Christendom belief.
"The best way to ensure the safety of the kids in this case would be for the kids to carry a pin - which some kids already do.