Yesterday I was at New Road School to record a short interview about Groomfields, the County Council's grounds maintenance contractor.
Yesterday I went to Neale Wade and had a conversation with the head about their issues and also had the opportunity to talk to some of the school parliament representatives about March and Neale Wade issues. I always wonder what they think being dumped in front of a politician. But they were really good and I left with a few ideas to discuss with the locality manager that could help what we do with young people in March.
Today I have been to Sir Harry Smith CC to discuss safeguarding and behavioural issues.
It is interesting that there are some similar themes emerging - the most important of which is probably concerns about future funding. We are heading towards some very difficult times and there is some uncertainty about how this will impact on schools. Cambridgeshire schools are poorly funded (by the Government!), so any cuts are likely to have a disproportionate impact.