An inspiring series about everyday Australian kids and the science behind improving education. The students & teachers of Kambrya College work hard to pull their school from its bottom ranking and make it the best it can be.
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Episode 1x4; Jun 21, 2016
As the end of school year approaches, Principal Michael Muscat is working hard to continue the improvement that began in 2008. The school showcases itself and stages its own musical.
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