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This drama series follows the daily lives of a large cast of characters, all of them associated in one way or another with an English school. The series' plot lines involve school administrators, teachers, students and parents, and the narrative follows the intersections of the lives of the characters at the school. The series aired between 2006 and 2015 on the BBC.

Wednesday 8:00 PM et/pt on BBC One
1 Season, 8 Episodes
March 9, 2006
Drama
7.2/10
Cast: Jenna Coleman, Carl Au
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Waterloo Road Full Episode Guide

  • Low attendance, bad grades, and a series of catastrophes have kept Waterloo Road on the endangered list. The inspectors are now ready to make their decision, but Jack and Andrew have plenty of other problems to deal with, including a teacher on the verge of quitting.

  • An open house at the school seems like a real chance to avoid closure by the LEA--until one of the pupils assaults a teacher during detention. Andrew questions Jack about Steph's conduct, Lorna confronts Tom and Izzie, and a gay student stands up against bullying on campus.

  • Jack is alarmed when a visiting school inspector states that Waterloo Road is in immediate danger of closure. Under devastating pressure, he goes to Steph with an ultimatum, but she counters with one of her own.

  • Drama teacher Izzie Redpath is humiliated when the six-foot-tall bunny standing on the school roof turns out to be someone she knows all too well. Elsewhere, the grades for Steph's French class seem too good to be true.

  • Horrified after a student accident, the school's teens and adults lash out at the perceived culprit. Meanwhile, friction continues between Andrew and art instructor Kim Campbell, and tensions grown between newlywed teachers Tom Clarkson and pregnant wife Lorna Dickey.

  • Thrust into the position of headmaster after his predecessor's breakdown, Jack Rimmer appoints the distinguished Andrew Treneman as deputy head in a desperate bid to save Waterloo Road from being shut down.