Amy and Summer lead school protest against upskirters in Corrie

As Daniel secretly phones the Gazette.


Amy tells Summer, Asha and Aadi that she’s done some digging and it would seem several other girls have been upskirted and harassed. Despite Summer telling her to drop it, it's clear Amy is on a mission.



At the school, a crowd gathers to watch Amy spray painting the words ‘Stop Protecting Sex Offenders’ onto the side of a building. Summoning Tracy and Amy to a meeting, Mrs Crawshaw explains that she has no choice but to suspend Amy for wilfully vandalising school property.


Summer is shocked when Amy reveals that she's been suspended and Tracy blames Summer for failing to report the incident in the first place.


Meeting up with Aadi, Asha and Amy in Speed Daal, Summer shows them the open letter she’s written on Instagram in support of Amy.



The next day, over breakfast, Billy tells Summer she should check her phone as her open letter has gone viral and he’s extremely proud of her. And when Summer receives a message from Mrs Crawshaw summoning her to a meeting, Amy insists she'll go too.


Thanking Summer for bringing the upskirting to her attention, Mrs Crawshaw assures the girls she’ll be talking to the governors about a policy change. But the girls are less than impressed when they realise the school expects girls to wear shorts under their skirts.



As Mrs Crawshaw takes a seat in Daniel's class, she's shocked when no pupils turn up and they discover that Amy and Summer are leading a protest against the upskirters.


Secretly, Daniel phones the Gazette and when the reporter arrives at the protest, how will Mrs Crawshaw react?


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AMY FIGHTS THE GOOD FIGHT

SUMMER WANTS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

SUMMER IS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

SUMMER AND AMY FEEL ‘SHORT’ CHANGED

SUMMER AND AMY GET THEIR VOICES HEARD

WILL THE PROTEST BE A SUCCESS