The 10-part series will be adapted from Gillian Cross’s latest novel, centres on a group of teenagers who form a secret society to conspire against the bullies at their private school, Vandermere.Kitty, Margot, Bree and Olivia are united by their shared goal to expose bullies and start the DGM, an anonymous group that aims to get even with anonymous pranks.
But experts say it's also important for the work you take home to be interesting and educational, and for there to be a balance between homework and life.
As far as who gets to decide on this whole homework/no homework thing, well, it's really up to every school to make its own policy. KID 2: I think homework's not really useful because students do a lot of work during the school day.
Homework isn't exactly the funnest thing in the world. KID 1: I do about three hours of homework during the week and probably about one to two hours on the weekend.
They discussed it and decided to drop homework altogether and assign their students more free time for friends, family and fun activities.
JAYNE MURRAY, BRAMFIELD PARK PS PRINCIPAL: We felt it's better for them to have some family time, talk to people, get to bed early rather than be up all night worrying about homework.
REBECCA BURNS, SOUTHERN GROVE PS PRINCIPAL: I would like them to be reading, I'd like them to be cooking with their parents, I would like them to be playing board games, I would like them to having physical activity outside.
A lot of educators still think homework is a really good thing. They say practise is the key to getting better at things so taking some work home can really help you learn.
It can also teach you how to complete tasks in your own time and lets you finish work you didn't get time to do at school, and it helps to prepare you guys for high school where more homework's pretty much a given.
Taylor last year became controller of CBBC – whose target audience is six to 12-year-olds – after being a commissioner at BBC comedy.
She'll either flat-out refuse to do as she's told, or she'll do the exact opposite of what she's told to do.