Student Punished for Arriving With 93 Percent Battery in Her iPad at UK School

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Normal teachers punish students for not doing homework and coming late to class. But in a school in the UK, a student has been expelled from the class for a strange reason. In a post on Twitter, Selina’s mother says that the child was kicked out saying that the iPad only had 93 percent charge. The mother is shocked that the school authorities have taken action against the child. Their position is that this cannot be supported in any way. “I took action against my daughter for saying her iPad was 93% charged when she got to school,” Selena wrote on Twitter.

The child’s mother sent an e-mail to the assistant head of the school seeking an explanation regarding the incident. The answer is also interesting. Children have already been told that they need at least 97 percent charge on their iPads when they get to school. Action will be taken against those who violate this rule. The school authorities replied that that is what happened here.

In another tweet, the boy’s mother also shared a screenshot of the email she sent to the school. What a stupid punishment this strange punishment is,” she said. An e-mail has also been sent to the student’s tutor. The child’s mother also stated in the e-mail that she would not come to the school to discuss the matter unless there was a clear answer.

“Can you explain how the fact that the iPad does not have 100 percent battery is grounds for punishing a child,” she asked in the email. Considering that her daughter’s iPad has only 93 percent charge, she will not have any difficulty in studying because of it. Amma also stated that even if I-Pad is used all the time in school, its charge will not run out.

Nothing but pure stupidity can be said about the decision of the school authorities. Her daughter has done nothing wrong. It seeks to impose an unnecessary punishment. The mother added that such laws cause unnecessary fear in children. She said that such explanations are not expected from the authorities of a school.

People who read this post on Twitter are shocked to hear about the strange law. A parent shared the experience of her child being punished for sharpening a pencil. But another Twitter user is of the opinion that there is nothing wrong with the decision of the school authorities. Charging an iPad at school can be tricky. If the charge is less, their studies will also be affected. He explained that the school authorities announce such rules so that such a situation does not occur.

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