High school student Aaron Pafitt was suspended from school for two days after he led a protest about the lack of homework at his school.
The 14-year-old first contacted Blackpool Council and Ofsted to raise concerns about the quality of education he believed he was receiving.
“I failed my math exam in school,” Pafitt said, “And I was really worried because I just wanted to make sure I was able to do the work properly.”
However, he soon lost patience with their lack of responsiveness and decided to take matters into his own hands.
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During the walkout, Pafitt was joined by nearly 100 other students.
Pafitt’s mother was outraged by the school's decision, arguing that her son was trying his best to get a decent education.
Since last year, Bispham High School has been put under special measures because the standards of the school are so low. A report conducted in September revealed that the school was making "reasonable progress" toward higher education standards.