Jamie's Dream School
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Jamie Oliver brings together some of Britain's most inspirational individuals to see if they can persuade 20 young people who've left school with little to show for the experience to give education a second chance.
|2||VideoEpisode 2||Jamie tries to address the issue of discipline head-on with the kids, which includes banning mobile phones in lessons. He also has a showdown with David Starkey over disciplining the children. - Some strong language||46:51||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||Jamie wants to see if a classical education, taught by some of the most brilliant people, can reach today's disillusioned children, so he enlists the help of a Latin scholar from Cambridge. - Some strong language||47:22||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||Jamie wants to see if a classical education - with subjects that were once at the centre of a British education, and taught by some of the most brilliant people - can reach these disillusioned kids. - Some strong language||47:01||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||The end of term is looming. Some of the kids have been inspired by the star teachers, but the pressure is on to reach the rest. Contains a lesson in fertility. - Some strong language and surgery||47:20||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoEpisode 6||Jamie enlists formidable dinner lady Nora Sands' help in the Dream School, explorer David Hempleman-Adams leads the pupils up Snowdon, and Cherie Blair brings a reformed killer into class. - Some strong language||46:53||£1.89||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoEpisode 7||It's the last few days of term and Alastair Campbell takes the Dream School pupils to Downing Street to put their points about education to the Prime Minister, David Cameron. - Some strong language||48:02||£1.89||View In iTunes|
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No disrespect but I'm hoping the last reviewer is not an English teacher
I love this show,
it just shows them what they did wrong in their old school
but it also shows them how they can get themself back on track
which I think is very important.
Everyone deserves a second chance and it shows
that the famous people teaching do care for the public kids who
havent come out with GCSE's.
They are incerdible people and I wish they would come to my school
it would be such an uplifting experience :)
and they shouldn't take them for granted as they have give up their time for them.
This programme annoyed me I'm a teacher and work hard - it's wrong to assume that just because ur famous or good at wht u do that u can teacher! Teaching a hard job look to the real teachers for inspiration'
Watch Jamie Oliver Wednesdays on Channel 4