What are the PEOPLE who go to private schools like, versus state schools? Watch

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how pretentious can you get
that's just a stereotype dude
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I went to a private primary and a state high school. I personally prefer being at state school, the people are a lot less braggy and you get brought up with people from all background not just rich white people.
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I was new to a private school in sixth form and it was the start of two of the best years of my school life and I am happy that my parents were able to afford for me to go. Just like if I went to any school, it took me a few weeks to be a part of a friendship group but once I made close friends, I started taking part in inter-house activities and I felt like a part of a community because the school was so small and everyone wanted to work hard like me. I fit in a lot better there than at the local comprehensive.
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I went to private school from 2005-2016, and now I'm self-teaching
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(Original post by AspiringMedic8)
What sort of people are popular at private schools?
rich people
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boys who go to state schools are absolute pricks. they way they treat and talk about girls in disgusting and honestly predatory. They are also quite stupid and uneducated
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(Original post by AspiringMedic8)
I know there has been a thread on private schools versus state schools, but I was wondering if anyone, who has preferably been to both, could tell me if there are any differences in what the people are like, their friendlinesses, personalities, attitudes and any snobbery (if applicable). Did you feel welcome when you arrived? Was bullying more/ less common?

I'm just interested to find out as I know there are a lot of misconceptions in this area.

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I went to a state school but when I've been out in Windsor the kids from Eton behave awfully fighting trying to hit each other with glass bottles I had a good mind to complain.
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I went to a state school but when I've been out in Windsor the kids from Eton behave awfully fighting trying to hit each other with glass bottles I had a good mind to complain.
lol goes to show money can't always buy you class
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