Two of the kids are leaving, and they're guaranteed a send-off to remember.
Tracy and Roxy battle for the title of Queen of the Dumping Ground, but Roxy has argued with her siblings and doesn't find it so easy without them around to back her up.
A wild new arrival named Wolfie gets tongues wagging and soon befriends Lol, prompting Bouncer to worry he could be taking his place.
Jackie is reluctant to think about change when she receives an athletics scholarship, while the other kids come up with a novel way of making money.
The new care worker isn't quite as she first appears, but Sid's too busy getting a life to notice.
Elaine gives the kids at the Dumping Ground a lesson in independence by letting them run the place themselves.
Crash finds out that Rio's father has a criminal past and realizes they may have more in common than he first thought; Marco investigates a theft, but soon discovers things are not what they appear to be.
When Jackie receives some upsetting news, she begins to doubt her future and it is up to Tracy to intervene.
Tracy agrees to help Elaine, but doesn't count on bumping into an old enemy.
Hayley proves that the cute ones get fostered first; that's not much consolation to Marco, who concludes he's too weird to ever find a family, or Layla, who fears she isn't cute enough to be accepted.
Bouncer has feelings for care worker Jane.
There is a transformation and everyone at the Dumping Ground is singing.
Tracy is convinced she can budget better than Cam, while Layla starts a lucrative scam of her own when she figures out how to get excellent grades without putting in the effort.
Tracy's loyalties are tested when Cam's mother turns out not as bad as Tracy thought, and promises her a lifestyle that she would love to have.
Jackie is surprised to find the Wellards might not be as bad as she first thought; Cam ropes Tracy into spending more quality time together.
Justine's big day has finally arrived and there is a party to celebrate; Jackie is determined to make her grandfather proud.
When Jackie's grandpa enters her and Tracy into a charity race, she is caught off-guard; Jackie is determined to make her grandpa proud and immediately starts training.
Tracy is determined to make a good impression on Jake and his dad; when she decides to make them something wholesome to eat, however, Jake sees it as an opportunity for fun, and dinner soon turns into disaster.
Hayley is tired of being ignored; Tracy tries to make a good impression.
When the TV cameras arrive at the Dumping Ground for the launch of Cam's new book, Tracy is determined to hog the limelight at every opportunity, convinced she's the inspiration for the book's star.
Justine becomes certain that her dream of being fostered will never come true when she hears that Carrie is pregnant; Tracy isn't happy when she finds herself on the receiving end of Justine's bad mood.
Layla is determined to get enough Cub Scout badges to secure a place on the camping trip; however, when Tracy and Jackie are put in charge of supervising her, the three girls find themselves in disagreement.
Tracy and Lol investigate when Bouncer begins acting strangely.
The kids discover a time capsule from the previous owners of the house buried in the garden and decide to make one of their own; Justine tells everyone Tracy's secret, putting her in a foul mood.
Tracy reckons it is time Louise's prankster boyfriend gets a taste of his own medicine, but she inadvertently gets the wrong guy; Jackie is anxious about her grandpa's first visit to the Dumping Ground.
Tracy feels sidelined and takes an instant dislike to Cam's new book agent, Zara; aspiring chef, Bouncer, has a difficult first day at his first job in a bakery.
Tracy cheekily smuggles a mystery boy into the Dumping Ground.
Louise couldn't be happier with her new foster family, but lies to the kids at the Dumping Ground to spare their feelings; fearing that Louise is miserable, Tracy decides to take matters into her own hands.
Jackie Hopper is dragged kicking and screaming to the Dumping Ground.
Tracy is in for a nasty surprise when there's a new head care worker at the Dumping Ground who believes she is too settled and thinks that Tracy should be moved to another home.
Ben's aunt and uncle arrive and want to adopt Tracy; it makes her happy until she finds out that it would mean moving to Scotland, far away from the Dumping Ground, her best friend, Ben, and, of course, Cam.
When Elaine the Pain visits the Dumping Ground to check up on Nathan, she discovers that he hasn't completed one piece of coursework; when it seems like he may fail his assessment, Tracy steps in to help him make the grade.
Tracy is inspired to get artistic, landing her in a heap of trouble and forcing her to try and cheer Justine up; an ill Ben is visited by Lol and Bouncer, who dole out their own special brand of care.
Louise prepares to leave with her new foster family, despite her worries about leaving the Dumping Ground; Amber is in danger of being expelled after borrowing and crashing Duke's riding lawnmower.
Ben is accused of being boring and throws a huge party to prove otherwise; when Amber goads him at the party, however, he's drawn into competing against her in a variety of games, and nearly loses everything.
A family tree project gets everyone thinking about their roots on the day Louise is to meet a possible foster family; when Louise refuses to go, however, only Tracy can persuade her that it's worth the trip.
After Amber decides to graffiti her bedroom wall, Tracy is forced to share her own room; Tracy gets a saxophone, and soon all of the Dumping Ground is rocking with the sound of music.
Lol worries that he and his brother are going to be split up.
When Adele's cell phone breaks down, everyone at the Dumping Ground has to take messages from her many boyfriends; Adele has trouble deciding who to go out with, so Tracy decides to organize her love life.
Quiz fever hits the Dumping Ground, and a competition with a rival care home inspires some serious cheating by the opposition.
Justine's father is getting married, but he is clueless when it comes to choosing a bridesmaid's dress; it prompts Tracy and the girls to try to help him.
When Bouncer and Amber do badly in school, Elaine the Pain makes them enter the world of work; Amber teases Tracy that she is too young to earn money, leading Tracy to make a bet and land a very interesting job.
When Tracy finds out that Cam has canceled their exciting outing because she's ill, she takes it upon herself to sort out all the things that have been annoying her about Cam's disorganized lifestyle.
Bouncer and Lol's aunt considers taking them on full time, prompting Bouncer to worry about missing Christmas at the Dumping Ground.
When most of the kids leave the city for an action-packed day in the countryside, Jenny tries to enjoy some peace and quiet at the Dumping Ground, until she gets an unexpected visitor.
Tracy is challenged to tell the truth all day and unleashes some painful facts that most of the Dumping Ground would rather not know.
Tracy and Dolly are determined to be adopted by a couple from Hollywood and inspire a new moviemaking trend at the Dumping Ground; it leads to all the kids making films in order to attract foster parents.
Justine and Tracy have an argument over the TV remote but have been warned against fighting by Elaine the Pain; they get around this by setting up the boys as champions to wrestle on their behalf.
Tracy wants to be part of Amber's bad girl gang and tries to prove herself in an initiation test; Lousie is tired of being good and gets a fashion and personality makeover.
A stray dog in the corridors of the Dumping Ground upsets Dolly by reminding her of a former pet; seeing Dolly sad, Tracy tells her they can foster him.
There are strange noises in the middle of the night and a spooky atmosphere comes over the Dumping Ground; eventually the source of the mystery is revealed when the kids meet a tough new girl named Amber.
When it seems like they won't resolve their issues on their own, Elaine the Pain tries to get Tracy and Cam to talk.
Nathan is working on a food project at the Dumping Ground, providing nothing but salads at mealtime; Lol and Bouncer rebel and set up their own shop, selling the kids all the unhealthy snacks they want.
When Tracy visits Adele, it inspires her to set up her own studio, triggering a wave of studio mania throughout the Dumping Ground.
Tracy is sent back to the Dumping Ground when she sets fire to Cam's kitchen; Tracy meets a new care worker named Nathan and decides to give him an initiation he'll never forget.
Lol turns super-sleuth to find out the secrets of the care home; musical fever takes over.
Tracy is inspired to get artistic; Nathan gets in trouble over his care worker training.
Tracy reads about celebrity adopting; Dolly makes Nathan play truth or dare.
A temporary care worker in the Dumping Ground is a signal for mischief and mayhem.
Tracy is determined to win a treasure hunt.
Tracy accidentally upsets Justine.
Tracy saves the day when a virus hits the Dumping Grounds.
Tracy is banished to the Quiet Room until she apoligises for her row.
Tracy celebrates her birthday.
Tracy comes up with a plan to stop Elaine the Pain from hearing her bad report.
Tracy is excited to learn that she is going to be "Child of the Week."
A writer is coming to the Dumping Ground.
Tracy cheekily smuggles a mystery boy into the Dumping Ground.
Tracy takes on Justine in a game of dares.