RGS feature in the Evening Standard
RGS feature in the Evening Standard this week with Mr Fenton encouraging all students to eat ice cream, ride on dodgems and jump on bouncy castles to take a break from their forthcoming GCSE and A Level Revision. Mr Fenton said:
“Wellbeing is supported by highlights along life’s journey. Children need a balance in life: happy, healthy children are more likely to be high-achieving. The fairground is a punctuation point in the year. This is the ideal time to remind young people psychological and emotional wellbeing is every bit as important as exam results or university destinations. It is what will sustain them through their adult lives.”
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