In "Funeral", Fraser asks her to become interim Deputy Headteacher, and, to Alfie's alarm, begins to develop similarities to Pickwell's dictatorial style. Alfie openly agrees that he does not know if his relationship with Rosie is over or not. She accused Alfie of assuming she is a good sprinter because she is black when her name was drawn randomly to run the metres in "Sports Day".
At the school dance in the finale of series 1, she compares him to a student who really frustrates her, but has potential and is "perfect" after all, Bad education kisses him in front of most of the student body.
In the Bad Education Handbook, it is implied that he legally changed his middle name to "Banter", a word that he is often obsessed with. As a result, one member of staff is going to be fired, but when Alfie resigns, he sells his flat so that Alfie could keep his job.
Despite the grief and guilt of his brother, Juan also achieves success, but was later relegated to television work. Just before the race, Preet cornered Alfie in the changing room and admitted that he hated Alfie for getting him put in jail. He has a passion for dancing, musicals and films.
Stephen Carmichael portrayed by Layton Williams — Stephen is a camp, gay member of the class.
He has a hard time managing and disciplining his students, who generally treat him with downright rudeness, is often harassed by them and is even bullied by one pupil, but frequently recruits them to help save him from difficult situations.
Despite not liking Alfie, Alfie describes him as one of his favourite students in the Bad Education Handbook, and they develop a friendship during Series 2. In the Bad Education Handbook, it is implied that he legally changed his middle name to "Banter", a word that he is obsessed with.
In the final episode "Prom", it is revealed that she has another son named Dean who works at a DIY store that Alfie briefly worked in. Alfie and Rosie blackmail her into telling the board that Fraser is an excellent headmaster in exchange for them not exposing her. In the finale, she is believed to be the only person in the class who would stay in school to do their A levelsbut she admits that she applied to a creative writing class in Paris.
This was best expressed in "Prom" when he ignored common advice and attended the prom in his drag queen persona.
In the first episode of Series 1, he shows some romantic interest in Rosie Gulliver, but does not pursue it throughout future episodes and series. Pupils[ edit ] Chantelle Parsons portrayed by Nikki Runeckles — Chantelle was the sultry female pupil in Alfie's form.
She appears in the Christmas special where she was told by Fraser that Alfie was in a car crash so she would come to Abbey Grove's Christmas play. Kevin Schwimmer portrayed by Kyle Soller is employed as a new history teacher in Series 2, who claims to be American and had lots of wild experiences that impress Mr Fraser.
Production[ edit ] The first series started airing on 14 August He later appeared in "Sports Day" where he is hired as the school's new P. He is often the butt of jokes and pranks by other pupils, although they did seem to have affection for him.
She and Frank briefly live with Alfie and Martin for one episode, despite Martin saying that he was going to move in with her.
He retains his job, but admits in season 3 that he is no longer allowed to supervise exams. The priest molests Ignacio, but expels Enrique nonetheless. Berenguer dies in a hit-and-run caused by Juan, who was being blackmailed by Berenguer, and thus fulfilling his promise made earlier in the film.
In "The Exam", Grayson and his mother have moved in with Alfie and Martin, despite Martin saying that he would move in with her. Juan and Manuel started a relationship and after a while realized they both wanted to see Ignacio dead.
In Series 3, he appears to no longer get along with Stephen, but agrees to be his date to the prom and they are crowned Prom King and Queen. Plot[ edit ] In Madrid, young film director Enrique Goded is looking for his next project when he receives the unexpected visit of an actor looking for work.
Usually, in these efforts, he turns to his mismatched class for help, despite them often disapproving of his actions. He is immature, irresponsible and generally incapable for the position which he held. Find great deals on eBay for Bad Education.
Shop with confidence. Comedy series about a teacher who is a bigger kid than the kids he teaches. Bad Education is a British television sitcom that was produced by Tiger Aspect Productions for BBC Three.
It stars Jack Whitehall as young teacher Alfie Wickers – "the worst teacher ever to grace the British education system" – at the fictional Abbey Grove School, in Hertfordshire.
Mar 11, · Bad Education is written by and stars Jack Whitehall. He plays Alfie, the worst teacher ever to grace the British education system and is a bigger kid than the kids he teaches. Bad Education (Spanish: La mala educación) is a film by Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar about two reunited childhood friends (and lovers) in the vein of an Alfred Hitchcock murder mystery.
Sexual abuse by Catholic priests, transsexuality, drug abuse, and a metafiction are also important themes and devices in the plot. Comedy series about a teacher who is a bigger kid than the kids he teaches.Bad education