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    Can a sixth form give Saturday detention to students who don't do P.E?

    Before anyone says it, no I am not lazy or overweight.

    This isn't about me, I was wondering whether this is legally allowed? Because according to the sixth form, the government has made P.E compulsory for sixth form/colleges?
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    As far as I am aware PE is compulsary up to year 11. I have never heard anyone forced to do any subject at Sixth Form. I certaintly didn't do it at Sixth Form.
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    It's only compulsory until GCSE.

    Print off the legal curriculum documents and show them to your teacher, and tell him he's a lying *******.
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    (Original post by Maim56)
    Can a sixth form give Saturday detention to students who don't do P.E?

    Before anyone says it, no I am not lazy or overweight.

    This isn't about me, I was wondering whether this is legally allowed? Because according to the sixth form, the government has made P.E compulsory for sixth form/colleges?
    The government haven't made it compulsory because I'm in sixth form and we haven't been made to do it.

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    nope they havent because we had a choice on whether we wanted to do PE or not
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    My sixth form have made it compulsory this year for the first time. Word "on the street" is that it's a government regulation but I'm not sure whether this is the case or not.
 
 
 

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