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Following a group of young students as they have to deal with making new friends and transitioning from Primary to Secondary school.
Have year 7 got what it takes to set up and run their own business? Mr Jones the Maths teacher is keen to find out, so he splits them into two groups and they are challenged to make a range of products which they will actually get to sell to the general public in one of the UK's biggest shopping centres. Which team will be victorious and will any profit be made? And will the project give Fareed and Ibraheem, two of year 7's most boisterous students, a chance to show what they are capable of?
Year 7 ambassadors Roman and Olivia leave Sheffield behind and travel thousands of miles to Kenya to visit one of the schools run by the charity for whom Year 7 have been busy raising money. They are given an incredible welcome and get to see for themselves just how vitally important an education can be. They both make new friends and discover how very different life is for Kenyan students. For Roman and Olivia, it is a truly life-changing experience.
Year 7 Michael loves to dance and he should be in luck, because dance lessons are part of the timetable at Our School. The only problem is that it is not the kind of dancing he likes. Miss Mills, the dance teacher, really wants Michael to take part in the big end-of-term Strictly dance competition, but he is having none of it. Will he change his mind? And we meet best friends Chloe and Janaiya and find out what happens when they, and some of the other year 7 girls, go on a trip to meet the super-skilled skaters of CBBC's Ice Stars.
It's the last show in the series - and the big night of year 7's Strictly competition. There are several key contenders dancing for a chance to win the special glitter ball trophy, among them Alojz, who has come a long way in his first term at secondary, Michael, who loves dance but didn't think he'd be allowed to perform the kind of street dance he loves, and good friends Roman and Olivia. The students have to face two tough judges in the form of head teacher Mr Jones, and special guest from CBBC, Hacker the dog. He's not the only surprise, though. Some of the teachers have been brushing up their dance skills too. Who will be victorious and end the series on a high?
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