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Jewellery in PE lessons: asking pupils to remove it

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Last updated on 15 September 2016
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Can we insist that pupils remove jewellery for PE lessons? We explain that schools are free to insist that pupils remove jewellery, including earrings, for PE lessons. We also relay advice from local authorities and one of our associate experts on pupils participating in PE lessons while wearing jewellery.

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