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Concrete crisis: Teenager shares thoughts on school closure in front of displeased mother


Mother’s amusing reaction after teenage son shares thoughts about school closure

A year 10 student told BBC North West he is “absolutely buzzing” that his school is closed due to RAAC concrete worries.

The teenager drew a rather disapproving look from his mother as he shared his thoughts on the situation.

“I was absolutely buzzing because I don’t have to go to school,” Henry told the BBC.

When his mother pointed out he was missing his friends, he responded: “No, I was meeting up anyway, I just don’t really want to go to school”.

Henry went on to clarify that he is looking forward to studying a business course as his shocked mother laughed towards the camera.

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