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I moved from set 4 to set 1. And I have missed a lot of things such as Pythagoras theorem etc. In set 2 I did not learn anything because it was a supply teacher after supply teacher. I'm in year 10 and I don't know what to do because a test is coming up. The teacher I have rn is really bad she expects you to know everything. Honestly, at this point I want to go back to set 4
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Ask your teacher if you could come back because you feel like you can’t learn at the pace set 1 is going at and you’re much better learning efficiently in set 4 just explain how you feel. Hopefully they’ll let you but good luckkk
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Ask your teacher if you could come back because you feel like you can’t learn at the pace set 1 is going at and you’re much better learning efficiently in set 4 just explain how you feel. Hopefully they’ll let you but good luckkk
its not only me its everyone in set 1 . The teacher gives us a-level stuff and expects us all to know everything. i worked really hard to get to set 1
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its not only me its everyone in set 1 . The teacher gives us a-level stuff and expects us all to know everything. i worked really hard to get to set 1
Get the whole set to sign something then write an email to either the head of the maths department or another teacher to explain how you guys feel and want to swap teachers. That’s what set 4 in my class did with my science teacher and they got a better science teacher in my opinion because someone got everyone to join in and let the science department know; we got stuck with that same teacher (we both had the same teacher as set 4 but we didn’t do anything about it (he was sh— ) so we still had him)
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Get the whole set to sign something then write an email to either the head of the maths department or another teacher to explain how you guys feel and want to swap teachers. That’s what set 4 in my class did with my science teacher and they got a better science teacher in my opinion because someone got everyone to join in and let the science department know; we got stuck with that same teacher (we both had the same teacher as set 4 but we didn’t do anything about it (he was sh— ) so we still had him)
thats a really goood idea! i will speak to others in my class and make them sign a petition or something. Thank you so much
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thats a really goood idea! i will speak to others in my class and make them sign a petition or something. Thank you so much
No problem. I hope it works
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Study what you missed at home, use mathsgenie or a similar subject. You're in year 10 so you have plenty of time. Feel free to PM me if you need any help with a specific topic.
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Study what you missed at home, use mathsgenie or a similar subject. You're in year 10 so you have plenty of time. Feel free to PM me if you need any help with a specific topic.
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