In our prime
Always keen to learn, I was both bemused and amused by the latest craze for the Prime energy drink.
With youngsters paying £13 for a bottle of sugary water in some places, I was keen to explore why it was proving to be such a hit. Created and promoted by Youtubers, it was clear that the endorsements of seemingly popular online figures was enough to entice perfectly intelligent and discerning 10-year-olds to part with their pocket money.
Yet Prime, like the golden arches, may have instantly recognisable branding but this doesn’t always ensure a nutritious outcome.
99% agreed that Russell House actively promotes values of democracy, respect and tolerance and help pupils to become confident and independent.
By contrast, as we held a mirror up to ourselves this term, I was delighted to learn that the experience for those purchasing a Russell House experience, is an overwhelmingly wholesome one.
There was unanimous agreement that Russell House is a safe environment that promotes good behaviour and engenders strong teamwork and social skills. 99% agreed that we actively promote values of democracy, respect and tolerance and help pupils to become confident and independent. With an 81% turnout, these are very pleasing results indeed and will inform us all as we seek to develop and improve our provision.