School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

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School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby thevaneone6601 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:04 am

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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby wadey » Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:23 am

sorry to hear that, maybe you can tell your parents about how you feel that the school is treating you and get them to have a word with the school.
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby Remus » Thu Sep 01, 2011 4:29 pm

I agree with Lucy, it's probably best to have a discussion with your parents and say you are not happy with the way you have been treated.
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby thevaneone6601 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 4:55 pm

Parents completly agree with school
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby wadey » Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:38 pm

have you told your parents about how you feel? Your parents may agree with the school at the moment but I'm sure if they realise it making you unhappy then they will want it to change as at the end of the day you are not going to learn anything if your unhappy at the school. I really think you should talk to your parents about this as at the end of the day the only person who know what is best for you is you!
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby thevaneone6601 » Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:52 pm

They know how unhappy i am but at the moment all they seem to care about is results
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby wadey » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:48 pm

well I don't really know what else to suggest, maybe just keep going on about it to them until they listen
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby EllieRoss » Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:42 am

Sorry to hear about your trubles. I have had lots of problems with school as well
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby Remus » Fri Sep 02, 2011 11:38 pm

Like Lucy said, I really don't know what else to suggest to you. Keep trying talk to your parents or a trusted friend about it. Is there any tutors you could talk to about it? I cannot imagine them all being the same.
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby _robyn_ » Mon Sep 05, 2011 6:15 pm

Is there maybe one teacher who understands? You could talk to them.

I also go to a private school, but really for me most teachers assume "She is clever- she will be fine!" Get to a exam and I get a D because I don't finish and I get distracted easily. Then they are like "Oh is there something wrong with your glasses?"

one teacher even told me off for not finishing the exam like I did it on purpose...

I don't know about your school, but if it is anything like mine the teachers are very strict and usually assume things and only care about grades not effort. But there must be one teacher who you can talk to?? or maybe just keep telling your parents- I never really want to talk to my parents about how stressed or anxious I am but if you keep telling them eventually they must listen.

I hope something works out :)
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby billy15uk » Fri Dec 30, 2011 10:00 pm

just keep telling your parents till they agree with you

or speak to a close friend or a teacher that you trust

and when i was at school

when i was unhappy

i didn't want to tell my parents

but at the end i had to tell my parents

i hope things go well :)
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby Fryodor » Sun Mar 18, 2012 1:16 pm

Why don't you have a talk with a teacher or grown up who you trust and who is going to listern to you. there's nothing worse than suffering in silence. If what evers happening at school is due to Dyspraxia then it's not your fault!
If there such an adult, get them to have a talk with your parents


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Let us know if things work out okay.
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Re: School tommorow it is 2 am and I am crying and shaking

Postby nathanw-j » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:59 am

[quote="_robyn_"]Is there maybe one teacher who understands? You could talk to them.

I also go to a private school, but really for me most teachers assume "She is clever- she will be fine!" Get to a exam and I get a D because I don't finish and I get distracted easily. Then they are like "Oh is there something wrong with your glasses?"

one teacher even told me off for not finishing the exam like I did it on purpose...

quote]


i dont go to a private school but same situation here
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