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    I'm doing my AS's and I've found that I work much better at home than I do at school which is completely my choice so I really do not think the school are in any position to tell me what's best for me.

    I'm going to talk to my head of year next week and ask if I can come in when I need to come in and to collect work, for the rest of this school year.

    I get the feeling that they are going to be really funny about this with me, I will just remind them that they allowed a person to come in and out school last year during GCSES for their own personal reasons.

    This is my choice and if I feel better and less stressed working at home then I don't see why, I'll still come into collect work.

    I just don't know what way to react with them if they say No, I can't concentrate in school which is causing me harm but I can concentrate in school.

    they allowed me to come in and out for a whole month before study leave started at the end of last year for my GCSEs and i managed to outperform a lot of people in the year group with my grades so surely that should be enough proof to them?
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    Meant I can concentrate at home!
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