My attendance for sixth form is abysmally low (40ish% I believe), due to a some medical reasons that I don't particularly want to share and an attempt to catch up on work that I've missed (ironic, I know)
Basically, I was so far behind on my courses that being in lesson didn't help at all. I sat for hours in class, not understanding the content being taught because of lack of supplementary knowledge.
I was an A* student at GCSE (I came out with 10 at the end) and now I'm on EEA. Does the education welfare officer calling mean that the school are considering expelling me?
What do the education welfare officers even do?
She's called twice over the last two days and I just keep ignoring the phone, because I am honestly scared shitless of what to say to her
I don't think any of the reasons I don't attend college are particularly valid
Anyone else had experience with the welfare officers?
Also, could my parents be fined for my poor attendance or is this highly unlikely?
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