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Bad Education

Bad Education

Bad Education is a comedy series written by and starring Jack Whitehall as an unconventional teacher who is more juvenile than the students he teaches.

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Next: 3x06 -- Prom (Oct/21/2014)

The exams are over, and it is careers advice day for the Form K. However Alife who takes the biggest decision when he decides he cannot go on teaching without his class and quits teaching. Fraser is upset to be losing his best friend. Alfie reveals he has landed a job at the Playstation factory. Gulliver and his class beg him to return to the school.

Prev: 3x05 -- The Exam (Oct/14/2014)

Alfie is forced to take a Biology GCSE with the rest of his class. Martin Wicker's efforts to teach Alfie to drive do not go to plan they run over the school caretaker.

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Jack WhitehallJack Whitehall
As Alfie Wickers
Matthew HorneMatthew Horne
As Shaquille Fraser
Sarah SolemaniSarah Solemani
As Rosie Gulliver
Michelle GomezMichelle Gomez
As Isobel Pickwell

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Executive Producer: Ben Cavey
Associate Producer: Jack Whitehall
Production Designer: Dennis De Groot (1)
Editor: Ben Blaine, Chris Blaine, Peter Oliver (3)
Line Producer: Paula Munro
Costume Designer: Geoff Slack
Location Manager: Al Mackay (1)
Script Supervisor: Emma Thomas
Production Coordinator: Lucy Hopkins

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Recurring Guests

Layton Williams as Stephen (14 eps)
Kae Alexander as Jing (14 eps)
Jack Binstead as Rem Dogg (14 eps)
Nikki Runeckles as Chantelle (14 eps)
Ethan Lawrence as Joe (13 eps)
Jack Bence as Grayson (12 eps)
Charlie Wernham as Mitchell (11 eps)
Harry Enfield as Martin Wickes (7 eps)
Weruche Opia as Cleopatra (6 eps)
Grant Stimpson as Mr Heather (3 eps)

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Warning: Bad Education guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC three ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: August 14, 2012
Episode Order: 6
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