Talking to teacher after I have left school

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I play gta 5 with a staff member who used to help me in school. Is this allowed? He said I can exchange psns if I want so I was guessing it’s allowed and did it. I don’t do it much because the console isn’t mine anyway, It’s my flat mates and he lets me use it when he’s out which is a few days a week or in the gym downstairs.
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I play gta 5 with a staff member who used to help me in school. Is this allowed? He said I can exchange psns if I want so I was guessing it’s allowed and did it. I don’t do it much because the console isn’t mine anyway, It’s my flat mates and he lets me use it when he’s out which is a few days a week or in the gym downstairs.
I mean you have left school so whats wrong with that
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I mean you have left school so whats wrong with that
I just have heard like you can’t have that type of relationship with a teacher
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It is fine once you have left. One of my best friends is still in contact with a teacher that was particularly supportive at school - friend turns 50 next year but he has always valued the guy's advice and they stay in touch.
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It is fine once you have left. One of my best friends is still in contact with a teacher that was particularly supportive at school - friend turns 50 next year but he has always valued the guy's advice and they stay in touch.
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I just have heard like you can’t have that type of relationship with a teacher
I talk to my teachers after I left and we even get together from time to time now
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I talk to my teachers after I left and we even get together from time to time now
How old are you?
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How old are you?
19 now man and idk Ive only been in the country like 4 years since Im from the US but i got along with a lotta the younger teachers and stuff so we get together a lot
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19 now man and idk Ive only been in the country like 4 years since Im from the US but i got along with a lotta the younger teachers and stuff so we get together a lot
Ayyy I’m the same age but it might be different in the us
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Ayyy I’m the same age but it might be different in the us
Ohhh word and nahhh I mean Im from the US but I moved to the UK
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Ohhh word and nahhh I mean Im from the US but I moved to the UK
What do you want me to do about that?
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What do you want me to do about that?
No u said it might be different in the US so I thought you didnt get what i said
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No u said it might be different in the US so I thought you didnt get what i said
I don’t care
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I don’t care
Bro dont get rude when youre the one who made the statement
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Bro dont get rude when youre the one who made the statement
Look, there’s another lockdown obviously I’m going to be stressed
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Look, there’s another lockdown obviously I’m going to be stressed
Thats a silly excuse man, youre 19 dude you gotta understand etiquette. Youre legit talking bout psn not about lockdown bro. Its ok I guess
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Thats a silly excuse man, youre 19 dude you gotta understand etiquette. Youre legit talking bout psn not about lockdown bro. Its ok I guess
I don’t give a ****
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It'll vary from teacher to teacher. Some will want to maintain that strict teacher/student boundary when you've left school whereas others will be happy to stay in touch. I've had a former student add me on facebook in the past. I normally wait a year just to allow some distance and then accept their friend request.
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I'm assuming so.
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It'll vary from teacher to teacher. Some will want to maintain that strict teacher/student boundary when you've left school whereas others will be happy to stay in touch. I've had a former student add me on facebook in the past. I normally wait a year just to allow some distance and then accept their friend request.
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