A school has ordered hundreds of bananas in a bid to improve its pupils' performance in exams.
Mozart is also being played in preparation sessions and lavender-laced tissues are being given to nervous pupils, at Whitecross High School.
If students feel that they were disadvantaged in the process because they had a lot of stress in their personal life on the exam day (mother hospitalised, father drinking all night), students would be awarded bonus marks to compensate for their disadvantage.
And if that's not enough, if you are lucky, you could 'win' a fortune as well.
Schoolchildren given the wrong GCSE and A-level grades could collectively be awarded millions of pounds in compensation under a government proposal, an exam board has said.
Now, isn't that something worth a deep sigh?