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Two isolated comprehensive schools are united into one academy in a Yorkshire mill town.

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Nasreen feels overwhelmed after taking her exams and Naveed worries that he won't have enough money for drama school, but they make surprising choices about their futures.
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When rumors circulate around school that Cory is having an affair with a teacher, Sian goes to Mandy for help but refuses to admit the truth.
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Rukhsana puts on a tough face at school, but at home she deals with a disabled mother and a menacing older brother and Cory's friends make fun of Candice, leading Sian to rethink her relationship with Cory.
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Cory's promiscuity gets him in trouble, causing tension between him and Naveed, and Sam's family kicks her out of the house.
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Nasreen and Sam get arrested for shoplifting and their families have different reactions to the news, as Sam's mother encourages her daughter's bad behavior.
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Rashid proposes to Kaneez, but she's overwhelmed by all the attention and Nasreen abandons her hopes for Oxford and gets a job at a factory.
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Kaneez and Simone wait patiently for news of Nasreen and Missy after the car accident and Sam attempts to get revenge, but the plan unintentionally inflames racial tensions in the town and at the school.
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Headmistress Mandy deals with a hotheaded new teacher as star student Nasreen applies to Oxford.

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