Permanent Exclusion Watch

Myth717
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Hey, I was wondering is there any way to stop a student from getting a Permanent Exclusion ? A friend of mine along with alot of other people got into a fight with another school who came to have a basketball match. They followed them and threw stones and bottles how ever my friend didnt he just watched. People blamed him for throwing stones at the coach etc. Police came round his house at 7:00 am to pick him up. His dad took him to the station where they interviewd him, kept him in a cell and etc. He is on bail atm but I dont want him to get Permanent Exclusion, is there anyway I can stop it ? hes mums in hospital and I spoke to the headteacher she says atm it looks like its a Permanent Exclusion unless his mum can come in and talk. I'm wondering what can I do in this situation ? he has retarded friends and its not his fault, he was just at the wrong place and at the wrong time, any ideas suggestions please ? He has to go in tomorrow and speak with his mum, wondering what he could say in his defence ? as his friends blamed it on him saying he was the one who threw the stones smashing thier windows...

Thnx in advance
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A freind? lol, been throwing stones have we?
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well ye
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You go chadwell heath what school did you get in a fight with?
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its not me my friends in hainault who stoned people from oaks park with stones but my mate actually didnt pick up a astone he was just watching
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Lol throwing stones at oaks park, made me smile I know a couple of idiots there
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Lol, what school did you go to ?
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Why does the head need to speak to his Mum, wont his Dad do?

If the police can't prove that your friend did anything then the school wont be able to either, not that that will stop them from excluding him, but it will give you decent grounds for an appeal to the board of governors. Does your friend have any history of this kind of stuff?
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no no history whatsoever hes been a good boy, the bad thing is thevye already excluded someone who was predictied 6 A*s, so if hes getting excluded my friends chances are looking slim
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(Original post by Myth717)
Lol, what school did you go to ?
Mayfield
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(Original post by Myth717)
its not me my friends in hainault who stoned people from oaks park with stones but my mate actually didnt pick up a astone he was just watching
They stoned people with...stones? As opposed to stoning them with what? Also how do you know he didn't throw any?
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They stoned people with...stones? As opposed to stoning them with what? Also how do you know he didn't throw any?
I saw it too :sigh:
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If he's telling the truth, then it's a sad case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Unless he can specifically prove he didn't partake, I'm not sure what he can do to avoid a permanent exclusion.
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ye, its so F****d up, he was simply wrong place at the wrong time, no they stoned the coach !
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It is incredibly hard to get permanently excluded. There are a huge amounts of rules and regulations surrounding it and so most schools try other things.
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hmmm I hope thats the case with my friend, I can only hope !
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Hmm
I've been permanently excluded from a school, and I'm doing alright now, it's not always the end of the world.
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(Original post by FireDeuce)
It is incredibly hard to get permanently excluded. There are a huge amounts of rules and regulations surrounding it and so most schools try other things.
Unless your in sixth form, people at my sixth form have been kicked out for a lot less.
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ok i did law last year and there was a case where a gang of guys murdered some other guy 4 out of 5 of them cntributed to the killing the other stood and watched from the side. he did not help the man being murdered, he did not run away and did not help his mates kill the guy. But he (along with the others) were convicted under british law as he was with the gang (even though he did not contribute to the killing).

i know its not the same scenario, but the idea still applies. your friend was with them at the time. if he said 'stop' or had run away maybe he might be ok, but he is still kinda guilty (under british law).

i know its immoral but thats the way it is. 'ignorance of the law is no defence in the eyes of the law'

but then again this is a 'school playground' situation, but i thought i should share seeing as you said the police were involved... also i got an E in law so wouldnt trust my input
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