The Aftermath of My Exclusion From My Secondary School

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The Aftermath of My Exclusion From My Secondary School:

 

 

After my two day exclusion where I spent those whole two days at my parents’ workplace. I then came back to school. At my secondary school there was a behavioural report system which was as follows.

Green – least serious

Yellow – quite serious

Blue – very serious

Red – extremely serious

Out of those four reports I was placed on yellow report and had to report to Mr Kibrit every day during morning and afternoon registration. Mr Kibrit was soon replaced by my French teacher Miss Annee as our new head of year. Mr Kibrit thought it would be nice for me and Miss Shorovon to bond by playing games together which to me would never happen in a million years! After coming off the yellow report Mrs Wright the SENCO of the Learning Support Department as well as Miss Annee decided to transfer me to a different form group which was soon decided. I moved to the form group E (which was part of the blue house). This was fantastic as most of my friends from Snaresbrook primary school were in that form group.

So in the end I was transferred to my new form group as soon as possible. Well at least something positive came out of my exclusion. As I was now happy in my new form group and away from that art teacher dictator Miss Shorovon! 


Submitted: April 13, 2022

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