Yorkshire news Yorkshire boy, 12, banned from school until he shaves off 'Ronaldo' haircut PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Mum claims Sirius West Academy in Hull will not allow him back until it's all 'shaved off'
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A 12-year-old schoolboy was sent home from school after he showed up rocking a classic Ronaldo haircut. Alfie Ransom, from Hull, arrived at Sirius West Academy with the same haircut Brazilian Ronaldo (also known as R9 or original Ronaldo) wore at the 2002 World Cup held in South Korea and Japan. Alfie has been considering the haircut for weeks, reports Hull Live. But, the schoolboy's retro-style front chop haircut did not impress his school on Monday, November 21, the same day England took to the field in their opening game, which they won, beating Iran heavily. Read more: Yorkshire mum fleeing abuse 'stranded' after women's refuge refuses dog Alfie's mother, Emma, says she was told her son had breached school rules and was being sent home. The 32-year-old mother says she didn't understand how her son's haircut affected his ability to learn but says the school told her the haircut violated uniform rules and that Alfie would not be allowed back to school until his head was clean shaved off. Emma said: "Nowadays, schools are all about accepting people for who they are and encouraging people to be unique and themselves. How is this any different? Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima of Brazil during the Fifa World Cup 2002 in Korea/Japan (Image: Getty) "Ronaldo is one of my son's favourite players and it's the World Cup. Even since I was a kid, there were always trends according to what pop stars and celebrities were doing- we would go crazy for the stars. "Alfie's friends loved the haircut and it made Alfie really happy and confident.
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." Emma, the mum, says she is conflicted and torn between shaving her son's hair off or keeping it, as the former would hurt her son's feelings. She said: "I just know that shaving his head will make him feel sad. "He's confident with how he looks now and I don't want to force him to have his head shaved. However, it is important for him to be in school and if they won't let him back until it's shaved, I don't know what to do."
Sirius West pupil Alfie Ransom with his Ronaldo-inspired haircut (Image: Richard Addison) Secondary schools have become notoriously strict on uniforms in the past few years and in Sheffield cousins were sent home after showing up in designer trainers. Makeup, nail polish and haircuts have all come under scrutiny as schools push for a "natural" and "appropriate" look. Sirius West Academy's uniform policy states: "Hairstyles must be appropriate for Academy life. There should be no extreme hairstyles such as a Mohican, shaved ‘tram’ lines or unnatural hair colour." Read next: Man victim of horrific stranger attack on night out in Sheffield Police update after teenager stabbed in Thurnscoe, Barnsley 48 men and women wanted by West Yorkshire Police in connection with crimes across the county Yorkshire parents' heartbreak as toddler son and daughter unable to walk or talk after shock diagnosis We tackle Yorkshire route dubbed 'mother of congestion' to see if new upgrade has worked
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