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    I got a B in one module of my A-levels.
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    In my secondary school a girl left to be a prostitute on Forest Road(for anyone from Notts), she was a really pretty chav but a nasty *****. She left when she was about 14/15 and was pregnant by 16. (It's weird but at my school most people weren't pregnant until they left).
    Someone stole a teachers phone and it had a naked video with his girlfriend on that they copied and sent around school. He was actually really fit though, about 26 and tall, dark and handsome.
    My school obviously wasn't that scandalous considering how **** it was, but it was in no way the ****tiest school in Nottingham. The specific estate where I grew up has the worst higher education attendance in the whole country. At the school closest to where I lived, a 14 year old girl was shot dead coming back from Goose Fair .
    The school next to primary school (William Crane) was the worst school in the country and was shut down the year I left primary.
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    This thread lives!

    I really miss my old school now. Nothing happens at my college.
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    Apparently an art teacher in my old school had a heart attack while in school and passed away. It's a real shame because she was a lovely teacher.
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    (Original post by LukeWz)
    A teacher at our CATHOLIC school was discovered to be a prostitute, after someone found her website and sent the videos/pics around the whole school.
    If I was the pupil who found that site I'd have engaged in some sexy-blackmail instead.
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    Oh lawd.
    Girl at my school had a list that she wrote of people in our year she was going to kill (serious).
    She even drew pictures of them and everything. Scary stuff. She had the exact same hairstyle as the girl from the ring as well.
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    Reading these has been.. interesting. Not much happens here. A few weeks ago some people were caught setting off a fire alarm (in the same week that we'd had a fake fire drill due to circuit issue).
    As far as I know nobody's been stabbed or is pregnant...
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    Some ***** ho in year 7 gave a boy a blowjob and somehow this turned into scandal and several teachers got involved. Ended up in a catfight with the boys gf outside the gates. Massive lulz and resulted in police presence outside school for a week

    oh and there was a random drug sniffer dog swoop one day and some girl got caught with weed or summit.

    bare in mind my school was right in the middle of a northern estate
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    Notable Alumni: Leader of the National Front and founder of the BNP
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    (Original post by brightxburns)
    After reading all these, I'M SO GLAD I decided against becoming a teacher.
    Hehe. I don't think that this is a true reflection of teachers though

    Most of them are very hard working and stressed out
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    At my Primary School:
    -One of the guys who had left a couple of years before I started hung himself in the changing rooms when I was in P5.

    At Academy:
    -Girl Pooed in a sink
    -Another girl wrote a hate list on the end wall of the toilet with period blood.
    -A teacher *apparently* tried to fondle a pupil at an awards ceremony
    -An ex-pupil went on a rampage, smashing lockers and pushing people down the stairs when his girlfriend (who was in several classes with me) broke up with him.
    -Police turned up because a pupil in my fifth year was apparently dealing coke on the grounds.
    -And some friends of mine got caught banging in the S3/S4 social area's toilets.
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    My year 8 form tutor had his own porn website. lol mr myles was always a weirdo!
    As soon as we found out someone printed off 100s of copies and handed it out to us at the school gates! loads of parents threatened to pull their children out lol

    http://www.people.co.uk/news/uk-worl...3463-18983259/

    for those who will call my bluff :P
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    (Original post by laughylolly)
    Drug problems in my school in Saudi (you are really f***ed if you are caught with stuff there). 10 people expelled, many others suspended.

    After I left my school in the US I found out that my ex's brother did it with some girl in the staff room at school. They told everyone and the teachers heard. The girl ended up admitting to it, both expelled.

    My newest school... not so much. Guy in my Econ class got asked to leave/expelled cause of drugs. Oh and this:


    6th year climbed that building and put a cone on top of it for muck up day. Cost the school 3000 pounds to get it down... Took the school a while to figure it out who did it but they knew there was only two people in that year capable of climbing up there.
    Haha, I went to Meldrum and heard about that from Mrs. Rigby (She was a chemistry teacher at Meldrum, but moved to RGC.)
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    My Spanish teacher in Y10 was a pedophile and was jailed for 12 weeks ¬_¬
    One teacher had an affair in an IT lab with the head of IT, when they were both married, gave a blowjob to a tech teacher and some other teachers apparently.
    Our old headmaster stole money from the school, for about 4 years she took like 1/3 of the funding that the school got!
    And aparantly another teacher who was there for my first year at secondary school had like a gay teenage pedophile grooming ring type thing going on in a 'revision' session after school...
    :P
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    We had a substitute P.E. teacher who used to make the girls roll around in mud. Luckily I was in the top P.E. group so I avoided that.
    My old graphic design teacher was very creepy. Apparently he used to look up girls' skirts using a mirror, and he called all of the girls 'Twinkle'. He also stretched some tights across his face, once, and whispered "mmm, ladies tights". At least he let us eat food in class.
    There was a guy who'd bring razors to school and pull his hair out. He tried to commit suicide in the PSHE room at one point.
    Oh, and there were plenty of incidents where the police had to escort us out of school because of fights with rival schools.

    It wasn't the most interesting school.
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    (Original post by bammzie)
    Haha, I went to Meldrum and heard about that from Mrs. Rigby (She was a chemistry teacher at Meldrum, but moved to RGC.)
    Haha, I think I know Mrs Rigby but never had her as a teacher. I still can't believe it made the evening express and northsound news :L
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    My old school was quite famous in October last year, but for the wrong reason... There were some silly changes to the timetable and we got lunch at 1:45 some days, depending on the rota, when we were changed into an academy. Some students tried to politely resolve the problem, and get it changed, but when these attempts were ignored, 300 students (a third of the school's pupils) participated in a riot. My friends and I were watching, horrified, upstairs. Food was thrown, children were running in the roads outside, the front gates were damaged, and cars vandalised. It was so humiliating, especially when, that night, the riot was on the main headlines of all of the local area's news reports, it was one of the most read top 10 news stories on the national BBC newspage, and, when we Googled the riot the following day, the story appeared on newspages as far away as Belfast and Manchester! :eek:

    Nothing much has happened at my new school. When people ask me where I came from, however, they say, "Is that the school that had the riot?" Shameful. :ashamed2:
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    (Original post by ChemicalBond)
    My old school was quite famous in October last year, but for the wrong reason... There were some silly changes to the timetable and we got lunch at 1:45 some days, depending on the rota, when we were changed into an academy. Some students tried to politely resolve the problem, and get it changed, but when these attempts were ignored, 300 students (a third of the school's pupils) participated in a riot. My friends and I were watching, horrified, upstairs. Food was thrown, children were running in the roads outside, the front gates were damaged, and cars vandalised. It was so humiliating, especially when, that night, the riot was on the main headlines of all of the local area's news reports, it was one of the most read top 10 news stories on the national BBC newspage, and, when we Googled the riot the following day, the story appeared on newspages as far away as Belfast and Manchester! :eek:

    Nothing much has happened at my new school. When people ask me where I came from, however, they say, "Is that the school that had the riot?" Shameful. :ashamed2:
    :eek:

    Do you have a BBC link for this? (Or any other link )
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
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    Do you have a BBC link for this? (Or any other link )


    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/feedarticle/9295700
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    My High School in actually quite boring, nothing really good or bad happens there. But the most scandalous thing to happen (if you can call it that) was something I done.

    I'm a Pyromanic you see and one day I was VERY stressed. A mixture of exams, waking up late and mising breakfast, and being bullied by the school bully. So I threaten the bully saying that if he bullies me again, I'll make him pay. He does, so at lunch I follow him to his locker, pick the lock on his locker and set fire to whatever was inside. This set the fire alarms off and the firemen were called.

    Naturally I confessed it was me but due to my clean record, good grades, known "problem" and being bullied, I got off very lightly. I do now have to be frisked every day to make sure I don't have anything flammable on me as well as pay for the bullies things. I suppose it's understandable.

    He never did bully me again. Can't imagine why.
 
 
 

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