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Jessica Arnold was a student at Grange Hill from 1994 to 1997, played by Amy Simcock (later credited as Amy Phillips). Despite not being a pupil at Grange Hill anymore, Jessica appeared during 1998 and she is the older sister of James "Arnie" Arnold.
Series 9 is the 9th series of Children's BBC Grange Hill, which consisted of 24 episodes. Series 9 originally broadcast from 7th January 1986 to 1st April 1986.
Zammo McGuire's Heroin Addiction was a storyline that started in Series 9 and ended in Series 10. The storyline focused on Zammo McGuire's addiction with heroin and how it affected his relationship with his friends and family. It is seen as one of Grange Hill's most popular and controversial storylines.
Mrs Angela Keele was the Headmistress at Grange Hill from 1992 to 1994, played by Jenny Howe. She had to leave Grange Hill due to her suffering a heart attack brought on by stress.
.Grange Hill Class 1986-1988 started at Grange Hill as 3rd Years in Series 9 and left as 5th Years in Series 11.
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