Jac-Henry (16) is a firm fixture in one of Year 11's closest-knit friendship groups. Studious, unassuming and sensitive, he hasn't always found the cut and thrust of school life easy, but he's earned the respect and affection of a vast swathe of mates for his sense of humour, sense of purpose and profound sense of moral direction.
Jac believes, 'a man's true wealth is measured by the good he does in the world', and wants to be a psychologist working with troubled young people after his A-levels and university.
UPDATE SINCE FILMING: Jac-Henry left school with 11 GCSEs and is off to college to study Health and Social Care. He has his heart set on becoming a counsellor or on another job 'that helps people deal with their problems'.
He says that the prom was the best night of his life and something he will never forget. He misses school, particularly his ever-loyal group of friends, but he's certain everyone will stay in touch. He and Brandon are still best friends and they're now attending college together in Wakefield. Jac-Henry says they'll always look out for each other no matter what.
Jac-Henry is grateful to the school and the 'brilliant teachers' for all the support he was given and says he understands why Mr Mitchell excluded him: 'It must have been a really tough decision, there's no hard feelings, he was just doing his job at the end of the day'.
He is pleased he took part in the series and hopes that sharing his story might help other people who have had problems with teasing and being picked on. He says it was a positive experience that's given him extra confidence.