EastEnders fans have noticed a major blunder which involves half of Albert Square.
The kids were running riot in Monday’s night episode – which left viewers demanding answers.
Already we have reached the middle of January, but none of the children have gone back to school yet.
The holidays ended a week ago, but it the the education system seems to be failing in Walford.
If it wasn’t bad enough that they weren’t in lessons, the kids have been caught up in drug trafficking, been playing football in the street and visiting the pub in the middle of the day.
Tiffany Butcher has become a fixed member of a dodgy gang and almost got in trouble with the police.
Instead of hanging out with school chums, Tiffany has spent her time with evil Evie and young Rat.
The only lessons she has been having over the last week are in how to avoid detection when carrying drugs.
Keegan Baker is another schoolboy who has opted to stay at home this week.
Rather than head back to Walford High, Keegan has been reconnecting with his dad Mitch.
The pair have been coaching football sessions alongside Mick Carter.
The Slater and Moon kids were also playing truant as they headed down the boozer.
Alfie took the boys and Lily to the Queen Vic for a slap up meal to celebrate.
It doesn’t even appear that Tommy, Bert or Ernie have even joined a school since arriving from Spain.
EastEnders viewers took to Twitter to question why all the kids were still off school.
One viewer said: "Why are none of the kids at school? It’s the middle of January…
"Bernie’s in bed Tiff’s running drugs Denny’s in the caff Keegan’s playing football with Mick Karen’s twins(?) are still invisible
"Where’s the Truancy Officer?"
Another added: "Why are none of the kids in #Eastenders at school?! And why are the Slaters acting like nothing happened over Christmas?!"
A third said: "Do none of the Slater/Moon kids go to school??"
*EastEnders airs tonight on BBC One at 7.30pm
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