Well the recommendation was 15 Billion they got 640 million.
Do you understand what a recommendation is? It's not a fkn guess.Fine (again) but how much do you think should be spent?
Considering your posts regarding the matter one could assume you had a figure in mind(?)
Arrived at no doubt after assiduously studying the situation and calculating individual needs?
Alternatively, you have no idea, but are just using this as an anti Tory diatribe.
Do you follow the pack just to be interesting in your own head. Not a question, more a statement.
Firstly unless were in sub Saharan Africa do you think £50 is going to cover the costs of a child missing out on months of not being in school?Thanks for clearing that up.
However. You don't think the suggested £50 is enough, so what do you recommend as the appropriate sum?
Firstly unless were in sub Saharan Africa do you think £50 is going to cover the costs of a child missing out on months of not being in school?
If you do take your head for a shit, secondly the amount to spend is whatever it takes to spend on a child to get them back up to speed/where they should've been pre Covid.
You do know what Socialism means? I do, but I also know £50 in schooling doesn't get you much. Won't get you much outside of school to be honest.Fine (again).
If you take your head out of the "Socialism for Dummies" pamphlet and try thinking for yourself (a first no doubt?) it may help.
Rather than just spewing out bile, why not answer my query.
You are convinced that £50 per head is insufficient to cover costs, on what data do you base that opinion?
How much, do you think, does need to be spent?
Please don't just throw out random comparisons with other nations. They are meaningless.
PS. If you could do it without resorting to personal insults it may help your case, Such behaviour just makes you appear some sort of Party drone.
You do know what Socialism means? I do, but I also know £50 in schooling doesn't get you much. Won't get you much outside of school to be honest.
No answer then? How convenient.
You've heard a soundbite from a teaching union where someone has probably played silly buggers with stats to try and get a number that sounds small. I know that because the figures you have quoted were the same ones in the union email I got last week.
The NEU didn't explain how they had derived those remarkably round numbers then, can you?