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    I’m in year 8 and get quite good grades, but I’m afraid that there are quite a lot of bad pupils in my class and year.

    Will this affect my education?
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    As long as you do know you’re doing as much as you can, there’s not much you can do to stop them. Once it gets to GCSE time, the group of people messing about will narrow. Don’t worry about it though, you’re only Year 8. Most of what you learn in Year 8 wont come up in GCSE, so don’t put your foot down too hard cos you’ll burn out before you’ve even got to the start.
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    (Original post by bhh1906)
    As long as you do know you’re doing as much as you can, there’s not much you can do to stop them. Once it gets to GCSE time, the group of people messing about will narrow. Don’t worry about it though, you’re only Year 8. Most of what you learn in Year 8 wont come up in GCSE, so don’t put your foot down too hard cos you’ll burn out before you’ve even got to the start.
    Thanks for replying! Appreciate your help.
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    (Original post by LN05)
    I’m in year 8 and get quite good grades, but I’m afraid that there are quite a lot of bad pupils in my class and year.

    Will this affect my education?
    Hey!

    When I was at school there were quite a lot of annoying students in my classes and it was a pain because the teacher had to spend most of the class having a go at them instead of actually teaching :/ However, as long as you know what you're doing and are prepared to do a little bit of extra work outside of your most disruptive classes then you should be absolutely fine. As you get closer to year 11 you'll find that a quite a few people start to calm down a bit so hopefully things won't get worse for you.

    Good luck!
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    Hey!

    When I was at school there were quite a lot of annoying students in my classes and it was a pain because the teacher had to spend most of the class having a go at them instead of actually teaching :/ However, as long as you know what you're doing and are prepared to do a little bit of extra work outside of your most disruptive classes then you should be absolutely fine. As you get closer to year 11 you'll find that a quite a few people start to calm down a bit so hopefully things won't get worse for you.

    Good luck!
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by MinaBee)
    Hey!

    When I was at school there were quite a lot of annoying students in my classes and it was a pain because the teacher had to spend most of the class having a go at them instead of actually teaching :/ However, as long as you know what you're doing and are prepared to do a little bit of extra work outside of your most disruptive classes then you should be absolutely fine. As you get closer to year 11 you'll find that a quite a few people start to calm down a bit so hopefully things won't get worse for you.

    Good luck!
    I would like to ask whether by having many bad kids, will it let down and make my school bad?
 
 
 

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