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    I'm halfway through my third year of college (Third year because I changed what I wanted to do at uni) and so I've completed the full compulsory course for R.E that my college has for two years of study. Now i'm a third year and I haven't been going to R.E lessons because I've already completed the course...Now i'm getting calls home telling me that I have to go to the lessons from now on? Any excuses to get out of it/convince them that it's not needed?
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    Sections 25 to 30 of the Education Act 1944. That should do it.

    (Although you will need your parents to go along with it.)
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    (Original post by Maaaatt_)
    I'm halfway through my third year of college (Third year because I changed what I wanted to do at uni) and so I've completed the full compulsory course for R.E that my college has for two years of study. Now i'm a third year and I haven't been going to R.E lessons because I've already completed the course...Now i'm getting calls home telling me that I have to go to the lessons from now on? Any excuses to get out of it/convince them that it's not needed?
    Sections 25 to 30 of the Education Act 1944. That should do it.

    (Although you will need your parents to go along with it.)
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    (Original post by SH0405)
    Sections 25 to 30 of the Education Act 1944. That should do it.

    (Although you will need your parents to go along with it.)
    Thank you! I really appreciate it!
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    (Original post by Maaaatt_)
    Thank you! I really appreciate it!
    No worries Here's the link if you haven't already found it:
    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/...chools/enacted

    (I can't remember if I posted the link before. I can't see one, but that might be because I'm on my phone. Hmm. So I'll either look helpful, or look like I have dementia.)

    (I can't remember if I posted the lin- Yep. It's the dementia one.)
 
 
 
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