Every year, we tend to get a crop of stories about children sent home or put in isolation/internal exclusion for not following school uniform rules. This https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-49592200 is the latest story I've seen and concerns 'too short trousers'. I was genuinely intrigued because the school appears to be suggesting that this is quite a common rule - is it? I mainly work in primary schools these days so I'm probably wildly out of step with teenage fashion trends but when I was in secondary, too short trousers were generally a consequence of having grown and if anything pupils tended to 'slightly embarrassed' rather than 'cool dude' or fashionista. I suppose the solution is to buy trousers long and put a hem in which can be let down later but I was more curious as to whether you had such rules at your school?