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Boy EXPELLED for his sausage roll and scotch egg habit

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posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 09:48 AM
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Boy, six, who was suspended from school after taking a packet of Mini Cheddars in his lunchbox is now EXPELLED for his sausage roll and scotch egg habit



All I can say is WTF!

When I was at school kids only got expelled as a last resort for serouis and dangrous behavoir.

Expelling someone for there launch box? How is that even worthy?




posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 09:56 AM
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you wouldn't say that if you knew how much semtex , can be packed into a scotch egg, let alone a sausage roll... hmmm I take it he wasn't of Islamic or jewish faith (please excuse if ive left out you're non eating of pork religion)

after skim reading the article I see its not even because of religion. although they mention a C.E school , their should be no reason not to take in a sausage roll or two then,, yum yum. stupid school.

funBOx
edit on 5-2-2014 by funbox because: because wolves forced me to rad the article five times

edit on 5-2-2014 by funbox because: of more canine antics



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:03 AM
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I had a 5th grade teacher who recommended me for a psychological assessment after I wrote a Tom Turkey Thanksgiving story where the turkey went on a homicidal assassination fest.

He took out Saddam Hussein, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Rambo, Bambi, Santa clause and the New Kids on the Block before he was through.

I suppose that was completely unrelated, but this story made me remember it for some reason.

Don't mess with Tom Turkey.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:03 AM
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I'd march down to that school and put a pork pie through the window!!



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:03 AM
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funbox
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you wouldn't say that if you knew how much semtex , can be packed into a scotch egg, let alone a sausage roll... hmmm I take it he wasn't of Islamic or jewish faith (please excuse if ive left out you're non eating of pork religion)

after skim reading the article I see its not even because of religion. although they mention a C.E school , their should be no reason not to take in a sausage roll or too then,, yum yum. stupid school.

funBOx
edit on 5-2-2014 by funbox because: because wolves forced me to rad the article five times


It just stupid. That kids education will now be adversly affected over a scotch egg?

He wasnt disrupting a class or teaching no need to expell.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:07 AM
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indeed , there was some mention of the kid swearing , but I can only assume that was in disbelief...

" mrs ratchet ! what gives you the goddam right to horde our mini chedders !... mrs RATCHET I ASKED you A bleepin QUESSSTION! *

funBox



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:12 AM
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I honnetsly think back 10 years when I was at school.

I would be in Prison for the things I did. And I was considered one of the well behaved A students that got bullied for my goody two shoes attitude

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posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:23 AM
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ahhh schooling these days drops the brick at the slightest thing , its become a swing far to far to the left ,, o well .. I guess these things have a way of readjusting themselves

school was the best back in the day, no cameras , no unfair bull# , and if you got caught it was a few lashings, or some long ass detentions.. I can imagine some of the old teachers laughing in disbelief at this nonsense.

strangely I used to be a bit of a terror at school


funBox



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:32 AM
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i get what the school policy is going for and i commend them for that but a pupil or parent should be able to eat whatever they like if they request too.

If my religion required me to eat mini chedders for lunch would they still deny me?

Just a complete waste of tax payers money and a horrible insult to parents everywhere. What a total fuss over nothing. Le sigh.

Some kids are super fussy eaters and simply WILL NOT eat some things, eating somthing is better than nothing, it should not be their business at all anyway
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posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:38 AM
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Yet another example of "educators" (a term used too liberally in many cases, like this one) lording over students in ANY way they can think of. Administrators in particular love to pretend a school is their own Kingdom and the students their loyal subjects. Just teach the f@#$ing material and stay out of kids lunchboxes ffs.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:41 AM
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Yet another example of "educators" (a term used too liberally in many cases, like this one) lording over students in ANY way they can think of. Administrators in particular love to pretend a school is their own Kingdom and the students their loyal subjects. Just teach the f@#$ing material and stay out of kids lunchboxes ffs.


I thinking of going into teaching myself. I just could not care or be botherd with such petty stuff.

As long as the students are learning and there not kicking each others heads in I dont see why I would need to micromanage there lifes?



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:51 AM
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crazyewok

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you wouldn't say that if you knew how much semtex , can be packed into a scotch egg, let alone a sausage roll... hmmm I take it he wasn't of Islamic or jewish faith (please excuse if ive left out you're non eating of pork religion)

after skim reading the article I see its not even because of religion. although they mention a C.E school , their should be no reason not to take in a sausage roll or too then,, yum yum. stupid school.

funBOx
edit on 5-2-2014 by funbox because: because wolves forced me to rad the article five times


It just stupid. That kids education will now be adversly affected over a scotch egg?

He wasnt disrupting a class or teaching no need to expell.


He was suspended for constantly breaking the "eat healthy" policy of the school. The kids parents knew the rules but chose to break them anyway if they didn't want to follow the rules then they should take the kids out and place them in another school.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 10:58 AM
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Expulsion is like the most severe form of punnishment a school can inflict.


That like introducing the death penatly for parking violation and saying o well that ok you dont want the lethal injections then dont park badly.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:17 AM
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crazyewok



All I can say is WTF!



Quite. You believed the Daily Mail
You really should know better - read the article and it's quite clear that the parents consistently refused to follow clear (and very common) School rules/policy, and sent their kid in regardless so that he could face the indignity of dealing with a situation that they created. And then they became abusive and cried to the papers and so forth.

My own kid's School would not allow what he had in his lunch-bag - it ain't hard to pack a sarnie, fruit, some salad and maybe a little treat but no, they put a load of processed pre packed crap in his bag. Good nutrition is key to behaviour and focus in schools, and is easily and cheaply provided.... if the parents can be arsed that is, rather than blubbing about their own inability to follow simple logical rules and then splashing their kid all over the papers.

Daily Mail.... sigh.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:24 AM
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Its a lunch box! It dont matter what the parents put in it. Its not the schools or the states job to dicatate what goes in it. To expell over it? Thats like the death penaltly for repeat parking violation! The punishment does not fit the crime!

Was he disrupting learning? NO! The only person he was hurting was himself! So why disrupt HIS education over something so petty!



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:28 AM
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Glad I read the article, I thought for a minute he was putting his sausage roll in someones scotch egg !


The comments make me sick, all those sheeple do not understand how much they are being manipulated by the powers that be. Soon we will see people saying how stupid others are for not making their kids take the government prescribed pills for their children.

When my son was in elementary school the school officials threatened to take me to court if I did not take my son to the doctors and get him some Ritalin prescribed because they said he was ADHD. Now these were school officials not doctors I told them lets do it because I will fight as far as it has to go to make sure my child was not forced to take medication after all I did not at the time nor do i now believe in ADHD, they are just being something called CHILDREN and so many people are to lazy to deal with them they rather shove meds down em.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:32 AM
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It is over the top to expel a boy over a lunch box, but that is not what happened. His parents consistently broke School rules, which they agreed to abide to when their son was offered a place there. Then they became abusive over the issue and misrepresented the situation to local media. Upon the boy's return to school after a suspension/cooling off period the parents stated that they would still not be following the rules.

How could they, as parents, jeopardise their child's education and settling in a school by their devotion to sausage rolls, crisps and mini cheddars?

When they had already contracted to follow the rules as well.

Crappy self interested parents is what they are. They have put their kid through this.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:36 AM
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This is ridiculous. Are they punishing the kid or the parents? He doesnt pack his own lunch. What if the school adopted a vegan policy? where do you draw the line?

Seems to me the school is upset that the parents are not falling into line with what the school dictates.

and what is his weight? copy and paste from article:
His mother said the 3ft 9ins tall schoolboy who weighs 3st 2lbs, eats home-cooked meals and plenty of fruit and vegetables at home.

Is that 3 stones??? 2 lbs?



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:36 AM
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buster2010

crazyewok

funbox
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you wouldn't say that if you knew how much semtex , can be packed into a scotch egg, let alone a sausage roll... hmmm I take it he wasn't of Islamic or jewish faith (please excuse if ive left out you're non eating of pork religion)

after skim reading the article I see its not even because of religion. although they mention a C.E school , their should be no reason not to take in a sausage roll or too then,, yum yum. stupid school.

funBOx
edit on 5-2-2014 by funbox because: because wolves forced me to rad the article five times


It just stupid. That kids education will now be adversly affected over a scotch egg?

He wasnt disrupting a class or teaching no need to expell.


He was suspended for constantly breaking the "eat healthy" policy of the school. The kids parents knew the rules but chose to break them anyway if they didn't want to follow the rules then they should take the kids out and place them in another school.

Yeah, and force the poor kid to leave all his friends behind?
Accepting the fact that schools or, well, ANYONE can coerce you to feed YOUR kid as THEY please is simply UNACCEPTABLE.

Believe me when I say that if we continue down this path, pretty soon once you'll have a child a governement agent is going to take him to a "Growing Facility" where they'll TAKE GOOD CARE OF HIM for you, and release him into society at age 18: brain-dead, apathetic and ready to work.



posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 11:40 AM
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skalla
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It is over the top to expel a boy over a lunch box, but that is not what happened. His parents consistently broke School rules, which they agreed to abide to when their son was offered a place there. Then they became abusive over the issue and misrepresented the situation to local media. Upon the boy's return to school after a suspension/cooling off period the parents stated that they would still not be following the rules.

How could they, as parents, jeopardise their child's education and settling in a school by their devotion to sausage rolls, crisps and mini cheddars?

When they had already contracted to follow the rules as well.

Crappy self interested parents is what they are. They have put their kid through this.



Yes crappy parents.

But that no exucse for a school to expell a student over something as mundane and stupid as launch box contents. He was not disrupting actuall classes. So expelling was over the top.

Now because of stubbon parents and a overreacting school the kid is going without a education.



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