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Should I stay in my schools Sixth Form or go somewhere else?
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Depends. Would you be happier at one or the other? Is one further away? Are you comfortable making new friends? Do they let you do the subjects you want? Do you prefer the other one? Does it have a good reputation?

I moved to a different one and don't regret my decision for a second. However every place is different and everyone has different reasons for moving or staying. We can't make the decision for you but if you have any questions about it I can try to help.
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[QUOTE=yeahthatonethere;77237156]Depends. Would you be happier at one or the other? Is one further away? Are you comfortable making new friends? Do they let you do the subjects you want? Do you prefer the other one? Does it have a good reputation?

I moved to a different one and don't regret my decision for a second. However every place is different and everyone has different reasons for moving or staying. We can't make the decision for you but if you have any questions about it I can try to help.

My schools sixth form does the subjects I wanna study and I guess I know all the teachers and how the school works although, I don't know If I wanna stay another 2 years haha, How did u decide?
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My schools sixth form does the subjects I wanna study and I guess I know all the teachers and how the school works although, I don't know If I wanna stay another 2 years haha, How did u decide?
My decision was quite easy actually! 😅 I hated my school and they didn't let me do what I wanted. My new one is an hour away but it's worth the trek because they treat me like an adult (let me leave during frees, trust me with my own revision). Going to the open day sold me and that was it really! If you can I'd highly recommend going to an open day and chatting to students. Do your research and it should really help you decide!
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My decision was quite easy actually! 😅 I hated my school and they didn't let me do what I wanted. My new one is an hour away but it's worth the trek because they treat me like an adult (let me leave during frees, trust me with my own revision). Going to the open day sold me and that was it really! If you can I'd highly recommend going to an open day and chatting to students. Do your research and it should really help you decide!
Thank you! I'm gonna go to the open days and see what I think!
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