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Whats the most trouble you have got into at school?

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    Never! I'm an angel! I have a halo!
    100
    7.47%
    Firm word from teacher
    107
    8.00%
    Teacher acting very p*ssed off with you
    46
    3.44%
    1 minute detention
    12
    0.90%
    lines
    10
    0.75%
    5 minute detention
    22
    1.64%
    Sent out
    69
    5.16%
    Go and see HOS
    18
    1.35%
    Go and see HOY
    58
    4.33%
    Go and see head
    77
    5.75%
    10 minute detention
    33
    2.47%
    more than 10 minutes
    105
    7.85%
    After school detention
    307
    22.94%
    Isolation
    159
    11.88%
    Suspended
    179
    13.38%
    Expelled!
    36
    2.69%

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    (Original post by FranticMind)
    Lol which part of the sig?
    The subject and the university. It'd be like hearing about someone getting in trouble for drawing all over their schoolbooks and then getting in to do Art at St Martins...
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    Suspended for fighting, but to me it was perfect. Two days off mid-week all for punching an ******* who acted like a 6 year old, yelling at teachers, kicking and screaming at other students, trying to play the psycho card.

    Headteacher even had the biggest grin on his face when I went into his office "I'm not going to say he didn't deserve it, And between you and I, the staff are loving this. But that doesn't make it acceptable."

    I still wish I could have had a tophy for it haha
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    i attacked this lad but the teachers didnt do anything about it because he was annoying me.
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    (Original post by Sami')
    Laser pointers haha. Absolute shambles getting suspended and police involved.
    sounds a bit extreme.
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    What did the police actually do?
    Nothing, because that was just a threat from her, but she knew she was in thwe wrong.
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    (Original post by Floridfist)
    Suspended for fighting, but to me it was perfect. Two days off mid-week all for punching an ******* who acted like a 6 year old, yelling at teachers, kicking and screaming at other students, trying to play the psycho card.

    Headteacher even had the biggest grin on his face when I went into his office "I'm not going to say he didn't deserve it, And between you and I, the staff are loving this. But that doesn't make it acceptable."

    I still wish I could have had a tophy for it haha
    I love teachers like this. I mean they had to do it because of legislation etc... and that the other kid would get their parents in and cause a scene, but if no one said any thing, I reckon that the teachers wouldn't have suspended you at all
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    You should've revised harder and tried harder and I will say this I once got dropped from top set in a nightmare,it was on of my biggest nightmares.
    yeah ok
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    come on , you know you want to post in here.
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    you lot sound like the ones on Waterloo Road.
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    Suspended in Y7 for being caught with Bacardi Breezers in my bag for later on that night.

    A week's worth of after school detention in Y9 for skiving a maths lesson to be with my friend who was having complications do to with her heart condition. My teacher found us in the bathroom and went mental and I told her to **** off.
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    i see 66 people are claiming never to have been in trouble in the poll , how much of that is true i wonder?
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    lets get this thread going again.
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    (Original post by setfiretothework)
    Only really twice.

    Once in year 11 for grabbing the girl in our year who thought she was amazing at everything and was better than everyone by the hair and swinging her around like a doll in the middle of english after she said I'd never amount to anything and I'd be working for her haha the weeks detention and phone call home was so worth it - I became a god!

    And second time for throwing a book at a crazy geography teacher we had, she used to mark things ignoring the marking instructions she was crackers! Anyway this time I'd left out a question because I wasn't sure about it and needed help and she called my head of year and told him I hadn't done my coursework, so I threw the book at her in a 'HERE I'VE DONE IT' kind of gesture but it didn't go down well ...:eek:
    the second one haha
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    i didnt get in massive trouble at school
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    lets get this running again.
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    (Original post by hbk4894)
    i see 66 people are claiming never to have been in trouble in the poll , how much of that is true i wonder?
    they must go to private schools or something because I am quite well behaved-certainly in the top few in the year I would imagine,I have got £10 each year for my behaviour and certificates for praise points,only 15 got invited to the praise point sessions and only 3 or 4 got £10 and I have been sent out 3 times that I remember,I had 2 ambers in Year 6 and I have been sent back to school from a trip,one could call that my naughtiest moment but I still don't think that anything I did was immoral.
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    Once I brought a metal slingshot to school. I was in the playground after school with a mate shooting it down the playground when not just the head of year happened to walk by but the ****ing headteacher aswell! For reasons unknown they just took the slingshot off me, had a little laugh about it and sent me home. My mum wrote a letter to the school a few months later saying I was sorry and if I could have it back (my uncle had forged the slingshot for me out of aluminium) and I got it back. looking back on it for a scenario where I brought a dangerous missile weapon which could of easily put someone in hospital with one shot into a school, and got caught by both the head of year and the headteacher (who had a reputation f or strictness) it is amazing I got off so lightly. Then again it was my first day (no joke) of year 7 lol.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    they must go to private schools or something because I am quite well behaved-certainly in the top few in the year I would imagine,I have got £10 each year for my behaviour and certificates for praise points,only 15 got invited to the praise point sessions and only 3 or 4 got £10 and I have been sent out 3 times that I remember,I had 2 ambers in Year 6 and I have been sent back to school from a trip,one could call that my naughtiest moment but I still don't think that anything I did was immoral.
    right.
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    i went to the shop at lunchtime.
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    but nothing really happened after that.
 
 
 
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