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Told to leave school or college before your course ended?

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Image caption Do many schools remove pupils before their studies are over?

Pupils at St Olave's in Orpington, who were told they could not progress to take their A-levels because of low grades, have now been allowed to continue their studies.

Have you or has your child been in a similar situation? If so we'd like to hear from you. If you are working towards your GCSEs or A levels but have been asked to leave let us know and let us know why.

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