At the school prom the Sixth Formers say goodbye to each other and Emma breaks the news to Tanya that she didn't go through with the abortion.





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Episode credited cast:
Josh Brown ...
Alex Pickering
Matthew Buckley ...
Rachel Towers
Kirsten Cassidy ...
Mathew 'Mooey' Humphries (as Jonathan Dixon)
Alison Simmons
Daniella Fray ...
Emma Bolton
Max Friswell ...
Jeremy Bishop
Paul Gilmore ...
Mr. McDonnell
Eleanor Smith
Darcy Isa ...
Andrea O'Mally (as Darcey Isa)
Lucas Lindo ...
Abel Benson
Holly Mann ...
Sammy Lee (as Holly Mai)
Daisy McCormick ...
Lucy Johnson
Tigger Johnson


Donnie is called upon to give out the Barry Wainwright trophy, but the words stick in his throat as he announces the winner is Patrick Johnson. Alex feels huge remorse at the way he's treated his friends, and also Bryn. Alison talks to Ed and Tigger who tell Alex he is forgiven. Jeremy tells Emma he forgives her for getting pregnant by Kyle - she slaps him. He spies on and intercepts her letter intended for Kyle. Bryn thinks Alex is still out to get him and gets mad at lunch time, smearing food over the walls. Ali pretends it was a dare to get Bryn out of trouble. The evening prom gets underway. Tigger can't pluck up the courage to ask Alison to dance. Emma has had a row with her mother - her mother's plans for Indonesia are on the cards again. Kathy determines that Martin is going to Leeds University, and decides that's where she will go too. Intent on trouble, Max and Mooey force their way into school, but they immediately encounter Mr. Mcdonnell who sends them on their way. In the ... Written by Geffers

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Unfinished business
15 April 2009 | by (Bletchley) – See all my reviews

In many ways this is the last true episode of Grange Hill, though many would argue the series ended with Series 25, after which the school shifted away from its London base. As such, there are many loose ends, and what followed a year later, in the series' final throes, was some abomination of what had gone before. Series 31 was hastily rehashed to make it aimed at junior viewers, so we never found out how Emma coped with her new baby, only a handful of the Year 11's returning in an almost token role. As for Kathy's decision to go to the same university as Martin, well that goes out of the window as she returns to school the next term as a member of staff: completely unbelievable, unfortunately.

Series 31 is a collection of daft stories, with fantasy sequences - a million miles from the challenging drama of the previous thirty years, and yet despite this handicap there's still some of the occasional magic poking through.

As for Series 30, and this episode - it just seems all very rushed. I'm not quite sure why Jeremy reads Emma's letter to Kyle: Emma goes and tells Tanya, but sooner or later that particular truth would have come out - actually by now Emma ought to have actually gone full-term and had the baby. The timing for all of Series 30 is odd, and compares badly to Chrissy Mainwaring's pregnancy which unfolded in normal time over a school year. Here, although we clearly start at the beginning of the school year - we see Lucy and Jenny start - Emma's nine weeks of pregnancy somehow last from late summer one year to early summer the next. Overall, the writing, acting and directing is excellent in this last proper series - the overall story lines are a bit strange though - Alex's bullying - again - Baz's death, which just seems to be there in a soap-like way. There are way too few teachers in this series, no visible Head, and no classroom scenes to speak of - it just doesn't feel like a school, more of a social club.

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