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    I'm in my second year in sixth form (year 13),
    Not long to go.

    Just wondering if public school's can kick students if they think they are involved in crime without any proof at all just a few accounts of different teachers and pupils blaming me for something i didn't do.

    Basically can word of mouth be enough to get me kicked from year 13 and ruin my education? If so, I'll be forced to pay for some sort of solicitor before this situation moves on. I know i've done nothing wrong, but i don't want to have my education messed up especially for no reason.


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    If you know you're innocent, and can preferably prove it, you should be fine.

    You definitely can be kicked out if you have committed a crime.

    Talk to some teachers and your parents before going to the lengths of a solicitor.
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    They might suspend you while they investigate but they need proof to actually kick you out.
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    It depends on how serious the crime you are accused of is. Whilst they can't expel you without evidence, they may be looking to investigate.
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    (Original post by NigletMan100)
    I'm in my second year in sixth form (year 13),
    Not long to go.

    Just wondering if public school's can kick students if they think they are involved in crime without any proof at all just a few accounts of different teachers and pupils blaming me for something i didn't do.

    Basically can word of mouth be enough to get me kicked from year 13 and ruin my education? If so, I'll be forced to pay for some sort of solicitor before this situation moves on. I know i've done nothing wrong, but i don't want to have my education messed up especially for no reason.


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    No. They wont kick you out without evidence. But peoples testimony can be evidence. Depends whose and what they are saying.
 
 
 
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