Nyasukura is a school tin Uganda where boys where skirts as part of their school uniform.It could also be the only school perhaps in Africa where boys where the unique dressing code.
The school principal has revealed that they are just carrying on with what the founder started.Someone can be thinking if it easy to identify males from females within the school,but yes the teachers there report it is easy because the dresses which the male wear(called kilts) have small bags at the front in which they use it to put pens and handkerchiefs.
The school was started in 1926 by a Scottish missionary lieutenant, William Eborhard Calwell.School principal attributed the dressing code to the British isles that was worn during the world war II.The principal has said when new student report they feel weird but with time they get used to culture.Source(Facebook)
The attire has been reported by the school principal to promote confidence in boys hence bringing out strong leaders.It is reported that the students love their uniforms so much despite being mocked while in other school functions and the community.Despite their dressing code the school performs well in national exams and has several trophies in co-curricular.Share and follow me.
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