bunk off


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  • verb

Synonyms for bunk off

play truant from work or school

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The 46-year-old said: "I told my daughter that she could not bunk off school to get a wristband and she was heartbroken.
As well as enjoying illegal holidays, an increasing number of children are simply being allowed to bunk off.
But with dad Phil pushing 'sons' Jay and Ben to go back to school to get a bit of normality back into their lives, Ben decides to intercept his psychiatric report from postman Masood and use it to bunk off.
The two North East siblings could make history to become the first in Britain to be jailed for letting their children bunk off school.
A MOTHER has narrowly escaped being jailed after letting her two children bunk off school.
But the authority echoed a Government warning toparents who allow their children to bunk off school.
If only you could bunk off, without blotting your copybook.
THEME park bosses have come under fire for encouraging the public to bunk off work for cut-price midweek offers.
About 50,000 children bunk off school in England each day despite attempts to tackle the problem.
They've spent millions but still ministers estimate that as many as 50,000 children may bunk off on any one day.
WESTLIFE'S appearance at a record store has been blasted by education chiefs who fear it encourages pupils to bunk off school.
The Prime Minister was stunned by figures which showed eight out of 10 children who bunk off are with their parents.
In his final annual report before retiring as chief inspector, Mike Tomlinson had a tough lesson for parents who allowed their children to bunk off school - they were damaging the futures of their sons and daughters.
KEVIN PIETERSEN returned to action with a low-key turn out for Surrey only to be dismissed by a 19-yearold who has to bunk off early to go on a field trip.
Linda Davison is yet to face magistrates for allegedly letting her 14-year-old son Mark bunk off school.