Max Chadwick

See Max on BBC's kicked out kids. See below for synopsis details & episode link

 

 

 

Kicked Out Kids

Kicked Out Kids follows the stories of four young people whose relationships with their parents have become so bad that they risk being kicked out for good. Enter the mediators, intent on helping these families resolve their problems before it is too late.

Charlotte, 16, was kicked out by her dad after she threw a party which turned out to be the final straw.

Tyler, 14, was taken away by social services at his mum's request. She insists she will do it again if his behaviour does not change.

Sisters Viviana, 15, and Stephanie, 14, cannot go a day without a fight, and risk being taken into foster care.

The mediators step in to unearth what the real issues are beneath petty squabbles over housework and manners, and restore harmony between teenagers and their parents. But will their efforts come in time to keep these young families together?

Max is a recognised tutor with accreditation from The College Of Teachers.

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