As a horrific fire breaks out on school grounds, accusations fly in what proves to be a fiery week on Neighbours.
During the week in question, Zara Zelwyn (Freya Van Dyke) continues to sow havoc at Erinsborough High, much to Jane Harris’ chagrin (Annie Jones).
The instructor ultimately cracks under the pressure of her students’ snickering and mocking. Zara, she believes, is the ringleader, and she will not stop until she is punished.
Zara will have a hard time talking herself out of this one, especially when a fire is set on purpose in the following scenes.
The moment Jane and Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) discover the horrific fire is captured in photographs.
Curtis Perkins (Nathan Borg) comes to the rescue and puts out the fires, but it’s safe to presume there will be repercussions.
Paul Robinson’s (Stefan Dennis) strategy to convince Terese Willis (Rebekah Elmaloglou) to talk to him backfires spectacularly, and he may be facing some of his own.
Is he ever going to learn?
It all starts next week on Ramsay Street, and if you want a sneak peek at what’s in store, check out our first-look gallery below.
Jane is struggling
She’s been enduring constant sniggering and teasing from her students…
She finally cracks, and won’t rest until Zara is punished, convinced she…
Zara won’t be able to talk herself out of it this time!
Things soon take a shocking turn
A fire has been deliberately started at the school
Susan and Jane are horrified
The duo contemplate their next move, determined to protect their students…
Susan approaches the blaze cautiously
But it’s too dangerous, and she has no way of getting it under control…
Curtis comes to the rescue, with a fire extinguisher in hand
He points the extinguisher towards the fire
He succeeds, as the flames vanish
The students watch on, as Curtis gets the fire under control
Susan and Jane struggle to come to terms with what has transpired, but they…