Kicked out of your school because it stopped being co-ed?

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Well it happened to me. Traumatic it was.
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whats co-ed mate?
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whats co-ed mate?
Its boys and girls. Basically mine was a mixed school and it changed to only girls. We got kicked out.
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Its boys and girls. Basically mine was a mixed school and it changed to only girls. We got kicked out.
What school's this?
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(Original post by Toffee)
Its boys and girls. Basically mine was a mixed school and it changed to only girls. We got kicked out.
That's pretty nasty, quite disruptive to studies. What year were you in?
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(Original post by Toffee)
Its boys and girls. Basically mine was a mixed school and it changed to only girls. We got kicked out.
Was there a local school with space for you to transfer to?
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Well it was quite a while ago. I was about ten/eleven, so not the most crucial of years. It was an independent school...so I suppose they have the right to do that. Most people moved to a mixed school the other side of the road, others to an all boys school in the same area. Nevertheless, it was annoying.

I think they did it because the school was a feeder into an all girls secondary school.
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Err, isn't that illegal?
Shouldn't they have waited till you finish your time at the school?
Sex discrimination and all? No? Well it jolly well should be!
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Err, isn't that illegal?
Shouldn't they have waited till you finish your time at the school?
Sex discrimination and all? No? Well it jolly well should be!
Well it can't have been. At least not then anyway. Yeah they should have waited, but they were impatient, clearly.
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There is no law or anything stopping school not being co-ed.
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