Waterloo Road Series Five Complete Boxed Set DVD


It's a new term at Waterloo Road - and to say that nothing will be the same again is an understatement. Waterloo Road has been pushed into an arranged marriage with the John Foster School whose pupils are a little posher and a lot more disciplined - or that's how it seems on the surface. It's not long before a culture-clash between schools becomes a turf war and that's only the beginning of the challenges facing Head Teacher Rachel Mason. She's also up against a ruthless new Executive Head Max Tyler who wants to bring his iron rule to the pupils of Waterloo Road -... and won't let anyone stand in his way. Elsewhere Steph finds herself under a new department head the openly lesbian Jo Lipsett and there's a new boy Finn Sharkey who's been kicked out of every school up to now. It will take more than Waterloo Road to turn him around and if he's going down he's not going alone. By the end of term the school will have seen a child abducted by a vengeful father a schoolgirl crush that can destroy a career a teacher whose life is spiralling out of control and a Head Teacher whose heart is about to lead her out of the school gates - maybe for the last time. [show more]

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23 May 2011
Acorn Media 
1058 minutes 
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The complete fifth season of the BBC drama series set in a failing inner-city comprehensive. It's all change for the staff and pupils of Waterloo Road, as they find themselves forced into a union with the much posher John Foster School, and with new Executive Head Max Tyler (Tom Chambers) determined to bring discipline to the pupils at any cost, it's not long before he clashes with embattled Head Teacher Rachel Mason (Eva Pope).