Educating Essex is a British documentary television programme produced by Twofour for Channel 4 that has run since 2011. It uses a fly on the wall format to show the everyday lives of the staff and students of one secondary school per year, interspersed with interviews of those involved and featuring narration from the director and interviewer, David Clews. Educating Essex, filmed in Harlow, aired in 2011; Educating Yorkshire, filmed in Dewsbury, in 2013; Educating the East End, filmed in Walthamstow in 2014; and Educating Cardiff, filmed in Tremorfa in 2015.
Educating Yorkshire is the second series of the British documentary television programme Educating broadcast on Channel 4. The eight-episode first series was first broadcast on 5 September 2013. Its format is based on the BAFTA Award-winning 2011 series Educating Essex.
Joey Essex proved his lack of knowledge about most things in the Australian jungle when he took part in 'I'm A Celebrity' last year. This year he travels to Africa for a new series narrated by Phillip Schofield in which he will try and learn about a culture very different from Essex.
A warm and honest exploration of what life's like for students and their teachers at Harrop Fold, a secondary school at the heart of a changing community in Salford.