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on the 16th jan, some guys chucked some eggs and a bottle at a m8s house. her window got smashed and some furniture was badly damaged. the guys responsible (9 of the b***tards) were caught 2day and have been suspended, but there were no exclusions, including the guy who chucked the bottle. views?
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on the 16th jan, some guys chucked some eggs and a bottle at a m8s house. her window got smashed and some furniture was badly damaged. the guys responsible (9 of the b***tards) were caught 2day and have been suspended, but there were no exclusions, including the guy who chucked the bottle. views?


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on the 16th jan, some guys chucked some eggs and a bottle at a m8s house. her window got smashed and some furniture was badly damaged. the guys responsible (9 of the b***tards) were caught 2day and have been suspended, but there were no exclusions, including the guy who chucked the bottle. views?
14 days imprisonment.
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on the 16th jan, some guys chucked some eggs and a bottle at a m8s house. her window got smashed and some furniture was badly damaged. the guys responsible (9 of the b***tards) were caught 2day and have been suspended, but there were no exclusions, including the guy who chucked the bottle. views?
let me throw bricks at there houses
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on the 16th jan, some guys chucked some eggs and a bottle at a m8s house. her window got smashed and some furniture was badly damaged. the guys responsible (9 of the b***tards) were caught 2day and have been suspended, but there were no exclusions, including the guy who chucked the bottle. views?
it has nothing to do with the school.

the school have no right to suspend them, unless they did something bad on school grounds.

its a matter ofr the police.

those kids could actually sue the school for that, if they had any intelligence that is.........
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no fair! :mad: .....................they shud b dealt wiv more seriously!
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no fair! :mad: .....................they shud b dealt wiv more seriously!
*hands saf a whip*

go deal with them
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it has nothing to do with the school.

the school have no right to suspend them, unless they did something bad on school grounds.

its a matter ofr the police.

those kids could actually sue the school for that, if they had any intelligence that is.........
gud point
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it has nothing to do with the school.

the school have no right to suspend them, unless they did something bad on school grounds.

its a matter ofr the police.

those kids could actually sue the school for that, if they had any intelligence that is.........
fair point, although i'd imagine any sensible judge would thow the case out)

*what is it with eric and bricks?* :rolleyes:
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*hands saf a whip*

go deal with them
*Saf chases them down the street, with the whip in her left hand* ................................ .........
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it has nothing to do with the school.

the school have no right to suspend them, unless they did something bad on school grounds.

its a matter ofr the police.

those kids could actually sue the school for that, if they had any intelligence that is.........
it is to do with the school - if the pupils are all at the same school how can it not be? aren't the poilce relying on schools to do more in circumstances such as this?

People doing drugs (one dealer) at my school (although it was not in school-time) still got excluded - i think the police advised it.
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*Saf chases them down the street, with the whip in her left hand* ................................ .........
good job
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it has nothing to do with the school.

those kids could actually sue the school for that, if they had any intelligence that is.........
Depends actually. If the offence took place during school hours then I'd have thought the school would have the legal right to suspend.

Similarly, if after school hours, but these kids were wearing school uniform I'd have thought that there would also be some legal right to suspend.

If for example I employ someone and during the course of their working day they negligently speed down the road and kill a child, I the employer would be vicariously liable. I'd have the right to suspend or fire that employee.

I can see how similar principles would apply to a school.
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Depends actually. If the offence took place during school hours then I'd have thought the school would have the legal right to suspend.

Similarly, if after school hours, but these kids were wearing school uniform I'd have thought that there would also be some legal right to suspend.

If for example I employ someone and during the course of their working day they negligently speed down the road and kill a child, I the employer would be vicariously liable. I'd have the right to suspend or fire that employee.

I can see how similar principles would apply to a school.
point 2 add here, these guys were after my m8 cos she allegedly grassed on 1 of them in school (she didnt though) so that was how the school was involved in the first place.
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point 2 add here, these guys were after my m8 cos she allegedly grassed on 1 of them in school (she didnt though) so that was how the school was involved in the first place.
Then your friend might consider pressing criminal charges herself against those kids.

If the kids were in uniform and/or the offence occurred during school hours she might also like to consider suing the school.
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Then your friend might consider pressing criminal charges herself against those kids.

If the kids were in uniform and/or the offence occurred during school hours she might also like to consider suing the school.
her parents are being v nice and not pressing charges cos thtd giv them all criminal records and pretty much change their lives for the worse for gd. personally id sue their asses.
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it has nothing to do with the school.

the school have no right to suspend them, unless they did something bad on school grounds.

its a matter ofr the police.

those kids could actually sue the school for that, if they had any intelligence that is.........
bollox. If it brings the school into disrepute that is grounds for exclusion or suspension.
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bollox. If it brings the school into disrepute that is grounds for exclusion or suspension.
It costs schools a lot to exclude people, I've heard.

That looks like more for the police than anybody else. But you can still complain to the school and they'll moan as much as they can to the kids concerned.
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