States have laws, families have rules, and our school also has regulations. School regulations are designed to make school safer and more organized; they are also established to promote good behavior and discipline bad behavior in order to make students willing to follow all kinds of rules in their lives, which helps them avoid being disciplined by the law.
As everyone knows, students should all be aware of the school regulations, so why are there still students that keep making mistakes and telling teachers that they don't know what the rules are? Thus, in this assembly we – class 6D – are going to make sure that all the students in our middle school are clear about the importance of wearing uniforms in Kaiwen.
Let's begin by discussing why students need to wear school uniforms every day. As we know, our school's uniforms have a British style. According to the article, “Should Students Wear Uniforms?” from timeforkids.com, many schools in the UK say uniforms help students focus in class better and also promote inclusion within the whole school. Uniforms create unity because when kids wear the same outfit, both the older and younger students feel like they are part of the same group. Furthermore, uniforms reinforce school pride and respect towards authority, which also establish equality between students. Moreover, school uniforms lead to conformity since schools make rules for the uniforms that students must wear, and when the students follow the rules, they learn to behave with conformity, which makes society more organized.
In addition to these school-wide benefits, uniforms also create many advantages for students, such as safety. Teachers don't have to worry about students getting lost on field trips or during big events. Additionally, school uniforms can help save time as students don't have to make as many choices with their outfits in the morning. Plus, the time that they use to shop for their own clothes can be spent studying and gaining more useful knowledge, which helps with education. Finally, uniforms can look more like suits that people usually wear in the workplace, so students can be more prepared for their future life.
In conclusion, these reasons make clear why students are supposed to wear uniforms. A uniform not only helps one student, it also helps the whole class, the whole school, and the whole society! Thank you!