Not Rated | | Comedy
Chaos ensues for staff and students alike when an all-boys and an all-girls school are amalgamated into one.
Miss Muriel Whitchurch's comment about her brother growing groundnuts in Africa is a satirical reference to Clement Attlee's ill-fated post-war Tanganyika Groundnut Scheme (modern day Tanzania).
Please sir, I don't want any more.
During the class change scene, the knob on the banister gets broken, but can be seen soon after as unbroken.
The opening titles appear over drawings by Ronald Searle in the style of his St. Trinian's cartoons.