Ms Pashley said: “We have a very simple school uniform, which we enforce strictly.
“On one occasion when a male member of staff challenged a female student on her skirt length, she retorted, ‘You shouldn’t be looking at my legs’.
“The male member of staff was understandably uncomfortable with this and reported it to me immediately. Male staff asked me to share this incident with the governing body when uniform was reviewed.”
But the parents of some of the jailbait schoolgirls aren’t too happy and have complained of double standards :
Another parent claimed that female staff at the school fail to set a good example. She said: “Some female staff wear high heels, short skirts and low-cut blouses.
Are they going to be wearing trousers?” The online protest petition says parents should have the right to buy school trousers or skirts without logos from whichever retailer they see fit.
Some parents even claim that preventing girls wearing skirts is a breach of their human rights.