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    This can be anything from more social events, to better teachers, to better interaction between year groups.

    I have to give some suggestions in an interview.
    I already have some, as you can see.
    But anymore would be appreciated


    Thanks =)
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    Extension!
    No matter how big it is, there'll always be a reason to make it bigger.
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    A better library, there more than enough computers but it would be better to have more books available on the subjects we study in 6th form.

    And also more input from everybody in the year group. It tends to get left to a small group of people to organise all the events as no one else can be bothered.
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    (Original post by sigstuff)
    A better library, there more than enough computers but it would be better to have more books available on the subjects we study in 6th form.

    And also more input from everybody in the year group. It tends to get left to a small group of people to organise all the events as no one else can be bothered.

    Oooh thats good thanks =)
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    Clamping out the fighting at break ad luch imes and fuss when changing lessons.
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    i would fire bomb mine. best thing for it
    improve the food, make it healthy. that seems to be popular atm.
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    Thanks for the suggestions =)
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    Get rid of the kids. Failing that, introduce a caging system whereby anyone in uniform is placed under lock and key during lunchtimes.

    Between lessons kids are loaded into delivery lorries, 10 to a shelf, 5 shelves. Corridors have been widened to allow access to the lorries, at approach to destinated, kids are removed from shelving and shackled to classroom seating and provided with bite proof, stab proof, snap proof, bendy plastic writing instruments. Upon successful completion of a days learning, kids are reintroduced to the shelving and taken to specially adapted buses, like the droid carriers in star wars.

    Caretakers remove kids from shelving and fold them appropriately before attaching them to hangers. Hands, heads, legs, fingers, and arms are restrained; gags are provided for mouths and posteriors to prevent violence, abuse and unpleasant smells.
    Droid carriers travel under law enforcement escort to deter escape attempts by passengers. Eventually, convoy arrives at holding pens,

    similar to lunchtime detention centres, this is area serves as an intermediate zone where parents can collect kids and reintroduce them to the home environment.
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    No vending machines. That damn machine is the reason I'm not size 8.
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    (Original post by LearningMath)
    Get rid of the kids. Failing that, introduce a caging system whereby anyone in uniform is placed under lock and key during lunchtimes.

    Between lessons kids are loaded into delivery lorries, 10 to a shelf, 5 shelves. Corridors have been widened to allow access to the lorries, at approach to destinated, kids are removed from shelving and shackled to classroom seating and provided with bite proof, stab proof, snap proof, bendy plastic writing instruments. Upon successful completion of a days learning, kids are reintroduced to the shelving and taken to specially adapted buses, like the droid carriers in star wars.

    Caretakers remove kids from shelving and fold them appropriately before attaching them to hangers. Hands, heads, legs, fingers, and arms are restrained; gags are provided for mouths and posteriors to prevent violence, abuse and unpleasant smells.
    Droid carriers travel under law enforcement escort to deter escape attempts by passengers. Eventually, convoy arrives at holding pens,

    similar to lunchtime detention centres, this is area serves as an intermediate zone where parents can collect kids and reintroduce them to the home environment.

    :lolz:
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    1. Employ teachers who have degrees in the subjects they intend to teach.
    2. Employ intellegent teachers who didn't scrape into university via clearing.
    3. Employ teachers who have knowledgable and enthusiastic about their subject.
    3. Cut the year groups down from 400+ to less than half that size.
    4. Introduce sets, and don't give the worst teachers to the top ones.
    5. Don't make sixth formers registor twice a day, and stay in form for over 1/2 an hour a day. This means you often have to sit at school for an hour doing nothing so you can registor at the end of lunch, before going home for the afternoon (if you have no lessons that afternoon).

    That's about it for now...
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    1. Employ teachers who have degrees in the subjects they intend to teach.
    2. Employ intellegent teachers who didn't scrape into university via clearing.
    3. Employ teachers who have knowledgable and enthusiastic about their subject.
    3. Cut the year groups down from 400+ to less than half that size.
    4. Introduce sets, and don't give the worst teachers to the top ones.
    5. Don't make sixth formers registor twice a day, and stay in form for over 1/2 an hour a day. This means you often have to sit at school for an hour doing nothing so you can registor at the end of lunch, before going home for the afternoon (if you have no lessons that afternoon).
    I agreee with all of this. Especially the first 3 points. Most of the teachers I have go to univeristies that only require grade E's and D's. And sometimes I feel that I actually know mroe than them and I could get mroe info from a textbook, plusalot of them didnt even want to become teachers but chose it because its like an 'if all else fails, become a teacher'.
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    (Original post by AisAis)
    1. Employ teachers who have degrees in the subjects they intend to teach.
    2. Employ intellegent teachers who didn't scrape into university via clearing.
    3. Employ teachers who have knowledgable and enthusiastic about their subject.
    3. Cut the year groups down from 400+ to less than half that size.
    4. Introduce sets, and don't give the worst teachers to the top ones.
    5. Don't make sixth formers registor twice a day, and stay in form for over 1/2 an hour a day. This means you often have to sit at school for an hour doing nothing so you can registor at the end of lunch, before going home for the afternoon (if you have no lessons that afternoon).

    That's about it for now...
    thankss =)
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    Less bureaucracy please.

    Some teacher are probably descended from Vogons. SRSLY. A little flexibility won't hurt anyone for goodness sake ;__;
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    Put the school buildngs on 100ft stilts. Nice views.

    Though seriously id give us a common room and get rid of uniforms.
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    A place where the sixth formers can actually do work without having to leave because some english/maths/gnvq teacher has decided to book out every single computer in the school for their bloody work... just two years ago we managed without booking out the LIBRARY!
    It's a very sensitive subject in my school at the moment! lol
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    Knocking the ******* down would have been a start.
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    Linux computers and a debate club. Though I'm using linux on them from an 8gb flash driva and I'm setting up a debate club...
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    (Original post by AisAis)
    1. Employ teachers who have degrees in the subjects they intend to teach.
    2. Employ intellegent teachers who didn't scrape into university via clearing.
    3. Employ teachers who have knowledgable and enthusiastic about their subject.
    3. Cut the year groups down from 400+ to less than half that size.
    4. Introduce sets, and don't give the worst teachers to the top ones.
    5. Don't make sixth formers registor twice a day, and stay in form for over 1/2 an hour a day. This means you often have to sit at school for an hour doing nothing so you can registor at the end of lunch, before going home for the afternoon (if you have no lessons that afternoon).

    That's about it for now...
    But there are sets in school?
    And what about the students who get put into a bottom set in year 7, but the change of secondary school do them good? Why shouldn't they get the best teachers? They're the one's that need to improve the most..
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    (Original post by LearningMath)
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    Perfect :yep: .
 
 
 
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