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Ral
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Whats more worth while?
Going to grammar school where you can learn without having other students constantly disrupting lessons in the belief that they come to school to make teachers lives hell,
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Going to a regular school where you have to overcome this challenge and work with constant criticism from fellow students but still manage to get good grades.

Has anybody experienced both systems?

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I went to comprehensive school, the challange wasn't GCSEs it was seeing if you could make home time without ending up in E&A.
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Ral
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Tell me about it,
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(Original post by Ral)
Whats more worth while?
Going to grammar school where you can learn without having other students constantly disrupting lessons in the belief that they come to school to make teachers lives hell,
or
Going to a regular school where you have to overcome this challenge and work with constant criticism from fellow students but still manage to get good grades.

Has anybody experienced both systems?

Ral
i go to a grammar school, and there are still students who distrupt lessons. I think that happens in every school - you get some prats who arent interested and end up throwing water and chemicals around the science lab :mad:

i think you need to look at the schools near you, and choose one not based on whether you like it.
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God, what is it with all this 11+ and grammar school talks?
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