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About Bad Education
Alfie is in deep as a teacher at Abbey Grove School. He is under pressure from deputy headmistress Miss Pickwell, and for good reason - Alfie is the worst teacher ever to grace the British education system and is a bigger kid than the kids he teaches. But his students love him. Fraser is the headmaster. He just wants to be liked by everyone - and be as cool as Alfie - but his penchant for public mishaps makes that a challenge. The biology teacher, Miss Gulliver, might be the only one in the school who cares about it and the students. Alfie simply cares about securing a date with her. `Bad Education' is written by and stars Jack Whitehall as Alfie, and the ensemble cast also includes Mathew Horne (`Gavin and Stacey') as Fraser.
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