I cannot believe that this sort of ridiculous request is still being asked in the 21st Century. How can you deny someone the right to express their religion? Have they not read the United Nations Convention for the Rights of Children? If the reporting is right, then to have a rule saying 'no dreadlocks at school,' could be perceived as anti religion, re a specific religion. If I was a remainer I would blame this on the Brexit vote but this to me appears to be Religiously motivated: and the same issue comes up time and time again in relation to Caribbean hair styles. Shame on you Fulham Boy's School. Head teacher defends himself by saying that it is a strict academic school - what an inflammatory comment with so many implications.