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    I completed yr12 at my sixth form but left to another college for the following (this) year. 2 months in and I have left to try and go back to my sixth form. They said the chances of me comimg back are slim due to the deadlines being closed amd me not being funded for . They said if they decide not to, I can complete yr13 with them next year.

    I just wanted to know is this actually possible? I’m a little skeptical.
    Im having a meeting with the headfeacher to discuss my case soon.
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    (Original post by gutz)
    I completed yr12 at my sixth form but left to another college for the following (this) year. 2 months in and I have left to try and go back to my sixth form. They said the chances of me comimg back are slim due to the deadlines being closed amd me not being funded for . They said if they decide not to, I can complete yr13 with them next year.

    I just wanted to know is this actually possible? I’m a little skeptical.
    Im having a meeting with the headfeacher to discuss my case soon.
    You need to stay in education or training until you're 18, so depending on your age it may be tricky.

    The other problem is that the work in year 13 will follow on from year 12 - and you'll have a year off to forget what you've learnt.

    But yes, it would be possible. You'll have a year to potentially earn money - which will help in the future when you want to move out or go to uni. You'll need to make plans to review year 12 work periodically.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    You need to stay in education or training until you're 18, so depending on your age it may be tricky.

    The other problem is that the work in year 13 will follow on from year 12 - and you'll have a year off to forget what you've learnt.

    But yes, it would be possible. You'll have a year to potentially earn money - which will help in the future when you want to move out or go to uni. You'll need to make plans to review year 12 work periodically.
    I just turned 18 this october. Will that be a problem?
    Im not too worried about forgetting what I’ve learnt, I can remember quite easily.
    Many thanks
 
 
 
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