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    I have just been kicked out of my sixth form for playing football indoors. idk what to do now. the headteacher said she with address a meeting with both my parents.
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    Your best bet is to start applying to other sixth forms and maybe colleges, in case the meeting with the headteacher doesn't work out.
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    That's so pathetic of your school (if thats the only thing you've done wrong)
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    (Original post by southallboy)
    I have just been kicked out of my sixth form for playing football indoors. idk what to do now. the headteacher said she with address a meeting with both my parents.
    What made you think that was a good idea?

    Talk to your parents and tell them whats happened. Write a letter of apology to the school and show contrition. Its likely only to be temporary, unless you have previous. Not a lot you can do except wait till the meeting, which you may be asked to attend.

    It could be worse.
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    (Original post by Fighter365)
    That's so pathetic of your school (if thats the only thing you've done wrong)
    That could be a winning argument. Indoor football is a human right.
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    [QUOTE=999tigger;74385680]What made you think that was a good idea?


    I was meant to leave just before lunch but they had introduced pm registration. meaning if all my lessons for the day have been finished I would have to stay in school till I get registered by form tutor. on the day of the incident I had to stay in school for 2 more hours. i could have revised but couldn't due to the noise in the lounge.
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    What made you think that was a good idea?


    I was meant to leave just before lunch but they had introduced pm registration. meaning if all my lessons for the day have been finished I would have to stay in school till I get registered by form tutor. on the day of the incident I had to stay in school for 2 more hours. i could have revised but couldn't due to the noise in the lounge.
    So because you had to wait a few hours and you decided you couldnt revise, then you decided a game of football indoors was a good idea?

    Dont they have a library?
    Couldnt you play football outside?

    I think you will be ok, just a meeting with the parents who may or may not see your point of view.
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    (Original post by southallboy)

    So because you had to wait a few hours and you decided you couldnt revise, then you decided a game of football indoors was a good idea?

    Dont they have a library?
    Couldnt you play football outside?

    I think you will be ok, just a meeting with the parents who may or may not see your point of view.
    there are other year groups using the facilities such as the football courts. I could have went to the library
 
 
 
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