Bad Education is a British sitcom 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. Matthew Horne plays Fraser, the headmaster of the fictional school alongside him. It has been suggested that Whitehall's character is a continuation of his "posh twit" persona from Fresh Meat.
Bad Education - S01E02 - Sex Education(High MP4)(Aired: 21 August 2012) Fraser asks Alfie to supervise the incoming group of French exchange students with instructions not to duplicate last year's disaster when randy French boy Jean Claude disgraced himself. As... See full summary »
Bad Education - S01E03 - Self-Defence(High MP4)(Aired: 28 August 2012) Violent computer game Tokyo Sin is all the rage and the pupils are copying its most dangerous move,the blitz kick. To impress Miss Gulliver Alfie aims to stamp out the craze by declaring a ... See full summary »
Bad Education - S01E04 - School Trip(High MP4)(Aired: 4 September 2012) After his innocent school trip to Human Centipede - Der menschliche Tausendfüßler (2009) the previous year, Alfie is relegated to assisting Rosie Gulliver as, driven by the ... See full summary »
Bad Education - S01E05 - Football Match(High MP4)(Aired: 11 September 2012) The school prepares to play local public school Middleton House at football and Faser appoints Alfie as team coach. After the first and second teams refuse to deal with him Alfie is reduced... See full summary »
Bad Education - S01E06 - Politics(High MP4)(Aired: 18 September 2012) The elections are underway for school president. Handsome brain-box David Millbank and thuggish Tory Grayson seem to be clear winners so Alfie puts forward tubby class virgin Joe for the ... See full summary »
Bad Education - S02E07 - Christmas(High MP4)(Aired: 17 December 2013) Alfie is reluctant to direct the end of term Christmas play given that his mother failed to turn up to see him in his primary school play. However, when the class cannot decide on 'The ... See full summary »