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Assumptions in Education with CP

I asked on Instagram this morning if another post was wanted and the response was much more¬†positive than I thought it would be. As I’m not doing much today, I thought I had no reason not to post. 1,863 more words

Anorexia

My GCSEs and what they meant to me

On results day, only six letters mattered;
ABC
DEF
I managed to get ten.
A*A*
AAAA
BB
DD
Do they even matter?
DD
(What about my other grades?) 56 more words

The next step.

After finishing my GCSEs, I’m now moving on to A levels, which is really scary if I’m honest. To think that my time in uniform has officially come to an end. 257 more words

What do I do now!?

This is the time of the year where children are finishing primary school, teenagers are choosing GCSEs and A-levels, young adults are considering university, apprenticeships or going straight into work and graduates are looking for jobs. 384 more words

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What to expect from GCSE to A levels

Well I’m back to school now after my exams and I’m almost finished for the year so this officially marks the end of AS for me! 1,210 more words

My Prospects

So as I told you in a post a few days ago I had a meeting with someone who was going to help me sort of some sort of productive future. 894 more words

Bipolar

Accepting the Knowledge of Mothers and Protesting in Class: A Survivors Guide to the AS Year

This time a year ago I was receiving the last of my offers from sixth forms, a big deal for me at the time, preparing to go to taster days and stressing out about my impending GCSE results day.  1,455 more words

Education