There is a school in Plumstead with the drama profile, which has been co-operating with PIP since October. Their students are great, they do their diploma with PIP as a client, and we really learn from them. They have some surprising ideas on how to get through to people, which we need, they wrote press release and produced posters. Some of them even turned up to the screening in a really bad weather. They are a great bunch who want to do something different. I invited them for class to UEL, so they could see first year students giving a presentation. Afterwords they said: we can do it too! And they are only 16 and working hard. It is good to have their help, they know how to get through to other groups of young people in the area. We have been working as partners for some time. We go to school, brief them, like professional clients, they ask us questions, do their work and then we come back to evaluate their effort. They have already covered all steps of a proper promotional campaign for us, and they will be doing more in the next semester. If they keep on working so hard, they will have an impressive entry to a professional world at the age of 17. Although some of them said that taking the £30 away from them (if it takes place) will prohibit them from continuing in Sixth form. If Prime Minister sustains his negative view on this and the money will be taken away from them, these kids may never put their creative experience to practice.