Kristen Watson, 15, stopped going to The Beacon School, in Picquets Way, Banstead in June after feeling bullied.
The family claim they were advised to take her off the school roll.
Over the summer she has been rejected by eight other schools but has "built bridges" with some of those at the Beacon who upset her and now desperately wants to return.
But the school will not take her back.Oh, wait, I have just the thing!
Of the bullying, she said: "They were my friends but they decided to turn against me. I was shocked. I didn’t think what was going to happen when I decided I didn’t want to go back."No, clearly. You just thought teenage tantrums were so cool, and there are, like, no consequences ever! Innit?
I don't know quite where you get it fro...
Her father Andy Watson said after a meeting at the school in June an education welfare officer advised his wife in confidence to take her off roll so she could get into another school.
He said: "It’s totally backfired. We’re in limbo. My daughter is so depressed. It’s terrible. Nobody has held up their hands and taken responsibility for telling us to take her off the roll."Now I see where you get it from...
In an email to the family, Martin Healy, South East lead for Access to Education at Surrey County Council, said the school had deemed her "hard to place" under the IYFAP protocol.Well, yes. I just bet they have. I bet this newspaper article hasn't done anything to assuage that, either...