The drama in and outside the walls of Ysgol Bro Taf school reaches a climax as the second series of Gwaith Cartref ends on Sunday, 20 May. But viewers of the popular drama series will be pleased to hear that a third series has already been commissioned.
Sports teacher Beca Matthews has had her fair share of drama during the series. Actress Hannah Daniel, 26, from Cardiff, plays Beca and she's hoping for a happy ending for her character.
But Beca's fortune has changed in recent episodes of Gwaith Cartref, since she met the kind, thoughtful young man Trystan (Tomos Eames). Things appeared to be going well for the lovers - until Trystan admitted he is HIV Positive.
Realising what she has with Trystan, Beca (Hannah Daniel) now has to fight for her relationship - with a little help from Trystan's mother, the school's deputy head Siân Bowen Harries (Janet Aethwy).
"Beca's had a tough time during this series so it's about time she enjoyed some happiness!" says Hannah. "Trystan's revelation was a big shock for her, but now the news has sunk in, Beca realises how much he means to her. Their relationship has been unlike any other she's ever had in the past. Trystan makes her happy and he's supported her through tough times. We'll be filming the third series over the summer and I hope that Beca and Trystan are still happily in love - but who knows?"
Viewers have seen a big change in Beca's character since the first series. Back then she was a bit of a wild child enjoying life - socialising, drinking and dancing in nightclubs, even on a school night!
"Beca was living a hedonistic life - 23 years old and fresh from graduating, she understandably still lived a student life. Although her love of life was great, there were times when she didn't think of the effect of her actions on other people. Being raped by Steffan had a huge impact on Beca. But she's a strong woman who's made the best of a horrific experience and found happiness - in both her career and private life."
But it's not just Beca who is battling with problems as the series comes to an end.
As Grug (Rhian Blythe) prepares to leave for Malawi, Dan (Huw Rhys) spots an opportunity for the secret lovers to be together. But before they can leave, Grug has something to share with Dan that is set to put their future together in doubt.
Meanwhile, as Gwen (Rhian Morgan) battles to keep her job at the school, the opening night of 'Blod' is plunged into doubt when Mr Elis (Rhodri Evan) decides to cancel the musical. Wyn (Richard Elis) and Nerys (Catrin Fychan) face a tough task in changing his mind.