Skills learnt from not gong to school?

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To all GCSE and A level students, what have you learnt/learning at home that you think you did because we were in homes? I definitely haven't learnt any school stuff but I think it gave me more time to focus on passing my theory test...
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Learning new language
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Learning new language
Cool! What language are you learing?
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Cool! What language are you learing?
Spanish. I don’t think I would’ve started if it wasn’t for lockdown.
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Cool! What language are you learning
Learning
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Started reading for fun and painting again :awesome:
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Started reading for fun and painting again :awesome:
It's really sad how I have put off reading as well. Used to read like crazy and now there's practically nothing I read.
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It's really sad how I have put off reading as well. Used to read like crazy and now there's practically nothing I read.
I know right! Used to read so much as a kid but only recently taken it up again
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i never went to school and i learnt everything i know from myself lol its easy i dont know why your all complaining lol
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That my theory that the country would collapse without it's exams actually held some water.

That my belief that the true purposes of school are childcare and indoctrination was 100% correct.
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(Original post by suga&kookies)
It's really sad how I have put off reading as well. Used to read like crazy and now there's practically nothing I read.
Audiobooks are amazing if you can adapt to them :yep: there’s loads on bbc sounds and youtube
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Spirituality
Teamwork
Confidence
Positive mindset
Empathy to a extent
Resourcefulness
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To all GCSE and A level students, what have you learnt/learning at home that you think you did because we were in homes? I definitely haven't learnt any school stuff but I think it gave me more time to focus on passing my theory test...
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Most of what I know today was learnt on the internet, school never taught me anything.
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Individual talents and passions
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