As the gates open for a new term at Waterloo Road Comprehensive, the school is firmly in the spotlight following the murder of drama teacher, Izzie Redpath. Head Teacher Jack Rimmer secretly blames himself for her death, but this together with his determination to improve exam results leads him into taking risks to secure the school's future. Meanwhile, Tom is reeling from the loss of Izzie and blames Rimmer for her death whilst struggling to maintain a normal life playing single dad to her daughters Chlo and Mika. Both daughters face romantic challenges of their own as Chlo succumbs to a temptation that will damage all their lives irreparably. New staff includes a Deputy Head, Eddie Lawson and a new Head Teacher, Rachel Mason, a woman with a mission in mind. New drama teacher, Matt Wilding, plans to grab headlines with the school's first musical 'Park Side Story'. French teacher Steph Haydock finds herself promoted way above her abilities and continues to lurch from one gaffe to the next. Incoming pupils include Karla Bentham who has Asperger syndrome and the uncanny knack of creating mayhem. Yes, it's a new term at Waterloo Road, and there's so much to learn - by the teachers as well as the pupils.
- Waterloo Road: Series 3: Autumn Term review by ma
this series is fantastic i love this show and this is why the producers keep making it its a show i could watch over and over again the ending to this serious is brilliant and a nice way to end the series with a show i like the idea that theres a new head teacher at every new series a must see for people who like drams this is defertly one to see i highley recommend this A ++++++ :)
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