Scottish School Bans Halloween Costumes to Promote ‘Inclusivity’


Students at a school in Edinburgh, Scotland, have been forbidden from wearing costumes to an upcoming ‘Halloween’ party in an effort to promote inclusivity and lower costs for parents.

The parent council of St. David’s RC Primary School reportedly made the decision over concerns children who do not celebrate the holiday might not feel ‘included.’

“The Catholic school shares a campus – including a shared dining hall – with the non-denominational Pirniehall Primary School, where children are allowed to dress up,” the Daily Mail reports.


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