Schools could be told they can no longer specify styles of uniform.
The school has recently changed its school uniform policy.
Stop making parents buy from approved sellers, she urges.
The move follows a consultation with parents where uniform policies were described as 'outdated.'
Shorts are now permitted as part of the boys' uniform.
Parents wearing pyjamas, hair rollers or leggings will be turned away.
But the decision has left parents divided.
The school claim it will help support a more "active curriculum."
A waste of money or a parenting must?
Uniform policies have revealed that at least 40 secondary schools in England have already stopped girls from wearing skirts
It's in a bid to protect transgender children from discrimination.