Christmas decorations in girls rooms and halls have been replaced with Christmas decorations, according to local schoolgirls who are upset at their lack of decoration in the halls.
The decorations are made of cardboard, paper, and plastic, and have been decorated by the schoolgirl’s parents.
The schoolgirls’ mother is adamant the girls’ rooms should be decorated with Christmas gifts, and said the girls will not let the decorations fall off.
The principal of the school, Mary Kelly, said it is a school policy to decorate the halls of school, which include the girls rooms.
However, the principal added that the girls are not allowed to leave the halls and must leave the house if they want to.
The issue has been raised by the girls.
The principal said she was aware of the issue, but said it was the girls decision.
The girls’ mother said she has a small room that was previously decorated and is not a Christmas room, which was recently covered in Christmas lights.
“I have not had any problems at all,” she said.
“It is very easy to decorating the rooms and the hallways, but this is not happening.”
The principal said the school has a policy on decorating school buildings, but does not go into detail.
Ms Kelly said she had been told that the issue was a school decision, but she could not say whether it was an issue of the principal or the school.
Ms Bellamy said she did not know why the girls were not allowed into the halls, and would like to see an apology from the school for not allowing the girls to decorates.
“What is the reason for that?” she asked.
“Is it because we are a school and we are not happy with the decorations or is it because it is in our local area?” she said, before adding: “I think they are just not happy about it.”
Why are they not decorating our hallways?
“She said the girl had not attended a formal education and could not speak for her reasons for not attending a formal school.”
If I go to school, I don’t come home to a school where I don’st know my parents, and they are not telling me what to do,” she added.”
We don’t want to have a school that’s like that.
“The school has apologised for the situation, but is not taking any action.”
At this stage we do not have any further comment at this time,” Ms Kelly said.