Following a fraught autumn term which brought in new Headteacher, Rachel Mason, the spring heralds exam time at Waterloo Road, and it's not only the pupils being tested. Corruption is rife in the tendering process to build a new training centre at the school, with Headteacher Rachel Mason coming under pressure from a blackmailing builder to secure his interest in the bid. What is the secret she's trying to hide - and how much will it cost the school? On a romantic front, Assistant Teacher Davina Shackleton finds herself the object of attention of more than one man, and French Teacher Steph Haydock is using her talents to seduce a Frenchman, Claude Legard, into parting with his money - but all in a good cause. Bullying becomes an issue when young Teacher Jasmine Koreshi intervenes in what should have been an obvious case, but finds herself accused of assault instead. The pupils continue to create as many challenges for others as they face themselves, when a group of eco-warriors decide to make the school greener at any cost, a young student faces deportation leading to an immigration crisis, and one young girl falls victim to a predatory supply teacher. Spring Term at Waterloo Road is as unpredictable as the weather - sometimes sunny, often stormy but always with the promise of great things to come.
fantastic as always
- Waterloo Road: Series 3: Spring Term review by ma
i love waterloo road and each series gets better and better and u get new students teachers and head teachers this is why there is so many series because its such a good show highley recommended for people who like school programes cant get enough of this tv series highley recommended A +++++++ :)
0 out of 0 members found this review helpful.