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    I've been suspended 3 times. How can I stay? What do I need to do?
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    Go to a state school, POSH *****TTT
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    (Original post by Tobiq)
    Go to a state school, POSH *****TTT
    What's better, state school or boarding school?
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    (Original post by Tobiq)
    Go to a state school, POSH *****TTT
    you do realise there are state schools with boarding don't you ?

    http://stateboarding.org.uk/


    OP - start taking some responsbility you have 5 months to prove you are maturing sufficently for it not to be an behavioural / good order risk for you to stay
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    (Original post by zippyRN)
    you do realise there are state schools with boarding don't you ?

    http://stateboarding.org.uk/


    OP - start taking some responsbility you have 5 months to prove you are maturing sufficently for it not to be an behavioural / good order risk for you to stay
    Wassa - crude - joke.
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    you do realise there are state schools with boarding don't you ?

    http://stateboarding.org.uk/


    OP - start taking some responsbility you have 5 months to prove you are maturing sufficently for it not to be an behavioural / good order risk for you to stay
    Ok so my private boarding school said it's unlikely that i can stay for sixth form due to behaviour issues (been suspended 3 times and on final warning). basically, they have hinted that if i get 5 passes at GCSE including maths and english and my behaviour is really good between now and the end of the year, i will probably be able to stay. do you think its likely that i will stay if i get my 5 C's?
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    Why were you suspended?
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    (Original post by carthaginian)
    why were you suspended?
    1st time - rude to staff
    2nd time - put some sweets on someone elses bill in the school shop
    3rd time - hit someone in the balls and called them a c''''

    do you think its likely i will stay for sixth form if i get 5c's and behave from now even though headmaster said its unlikely.

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    (Original post by foxman101)
    1st time - rude to staff
    2nd time - put some sweets on someone elses bill in the school shop
    3rd time - hit someone in the balls and called them a c''''

    do you think its likely i will stay for sixth form if i get 5c's and behave from now even though headmaster said its unlikely.

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    Show to your headmaster that you've changed, and that you can improve your behaviour and your grades. Otherwise, the school will probably cancel your college application.
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    (Original post by foxman101)
    1st time - rude to staff
    2nd time - put some sweets on someone elses bill in the school shop
    3rd time - hit someone in the balls and called them a c''''

    do you think its likely i will stay for sixth form if i get 5c's and behave from now even though headmaster said its unlikely.

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    you need to start displaying the maturity expected of a young adult and stop behaving like a dishonest and immature child .

    incident 2 is fraud / obtaining goods or serivces by deception.
 
 
 
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