“Triple A,” a peer-to-peer narrative-based school learning program in Australia, has shown promising results in improved quality of life and reduced school absenteeism. Coffman et al performed a systematic review that further endorsed that school education could improve self-management behaviors and have some impact on reducing school absences. Indeed, our own collaborative project between the Royal Free Hospital and the University College London has shown that engaging the curiosity of school children is an effective method of improving the understanding of the asthma and its management. Since its inception, our program has educated more than 3,000 school children in London, England. Our results show significant, sustained improvements in asthma knowledge.