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    Starting sixth form next week and just want to know how bad it is?

    What did you had to do on the first day & did you do actual work?

    And I'm going to be going on a bus - but don't understand which bus im supposed to go on and stuff
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    Have a look at what buses you need to get on. Plan your route. Itll probably make you feel at ease.

    And things might be slightly different compared yo seconary school.
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    I haven't started sixth form yet. If anyone tries to bully you humiliate them in front of the whole class.
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    Can't speak for other 6th form places but at mine there's 0 tolerance for bullying for whatever year, and at 6th form it didn't even happen at all because every one is mature enough to understand that it's pointless and childish. Even if some thick headed bullies somehow make it through to 6th form, they drop out during/after the first year so it's all good.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Have a look at what buses you need to get on. Plan your route. Itll probably make you feel at ease.

    And things might be slightly different compared yo seconary school.

    Thanks will do!

    How different?
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I haven't started sixth form yet. If anyone tries to bully you humiliate them in front of the whole class.
    Any suggestions?
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Can't speak for other 6th form places but at mine there's 0 tolerance for bullying for whatever year, and at 6th form it didn't even happen at all because every one is mature enough to understand that it's pointless and childish. Even if some thick headed bullies somehow make it through to 6th form, they drop out during/after the first year so it's all good.
    Wooo! Thats nice to hear. Were most students more concerned over studying in the first year?
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    Starting sixth form next week and just want to know how bad it is?

    What did you had to do on the first day & did you do actual work?

    And I'm going to be going on a bus - but don't understand which bus im supposed to go on and stuff
    Rarely occurs in sixth form. I've had a few people attempt to bully me, but I just showed them that I'm confident enough to defend myself and they stopped. If you feel that a student is bullying you in any way, don't be scared to talk to a member of staff before they get too carried away and the bullying gets worse.

    First day varies between sixth form, but most don't do work and focus mainly in introducing students to the syllabus and ehat to expect. Then they cover the easy bits.


    Use Google Maps to plan your journey and know what stop to get off.
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    Wooo! Thats nice to hear. Were most students more concerned over studying in the first year?
    Concerned over studying? What do you mean? 6th form is simple since you only do like 4 subjects rather than 9 or whatever at GCSE. There's less stress but more complicated content to cover as a results of that but since students pick the subjects they enjoy the most it isn't much of a problem, so no concern.

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    What did you had to do on the first day & did you do actual work?
    And I'm going to be going on a bus - but don't understand which bus im supposed to go on and stuff
    To answer these, the first day you just start off with the basics that you already know at GCSE level and progress from there. So yes you do work but not so much, or rather no difficult work anyway.

    You should finding out which bus probably, that would help.
 
 
 
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