(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm pretty sure that it will escalate, since the head of year seems to be doing so. I've just received a letter saying that they require my parents to attend a meeting de to a serious incident which took place in school, attempted theft.
When I had my last meeting, sort of like an interrogation (It felt that way, having 3 senior members of staff, one grilling you saying suggestions of reasoning and saying she won't believe me, another one stating all the bad things I've done in the past, and a third member just smiling a lot and seems to be having a fun time watching..)
I mean, I am very unsure and rather confused as to why I did such a thing, but I can assure you it was done unintentionally.
I don't know why I did this or can believe it myself really, therefore when I was asked about this situation before I panicked, and responded wrongly.
Also, as for my truency, there is no correlation between missing school and being accused of stealing, stealing is something that I refuse to be accused of, its unacceptable to call me a thief, or trying to brand me as one :/
Yes I have bunked, and I have got poor punctuality (Still statistically less than one late per week though, like 0.8 times late per week if I was to go all technical on it), but it is unfair to use every mistake I have made against me to back up with the assumption that I am a thief.
However I do apologise whole heartedly for taking the jacket, and for the trouble I have caused, but it really wasn't on purpose, I have had a lot on my mind recently, and I don't know for what reason I took it. I don't know how to make you believe me
, but I wish to clear my name as I'm very uncomfortable being accused with theft. I am willing to prove myself, I don't know how to.
Do you think I should email my head of year right now to try and reason? Or email the teacher I took the jacket from? (I haven't apologised yet since she coincidentally wasn't in her room whenever I walked
by, but then I forgot about it since I didn't
Think it would be so much of an issue) - Also, it's half term at the moment so I can't really go to school (No one will be there).
Also, thankyou for reading my original post, and taking your time to write/respond to me
Do you think I should notify my form tutor? She probably knows, but I always forget about her (Bit of a poor memory, and I feel so bad when she asks me why I didn't tell her something - when I genuinely just forget =\ )