Notice on Pippa’s blog that 9 schools in Bury are buying the ‘cashless catering’ systems at £25K a throw.
For the sake of argument, let’s say that just 20 schools in each local authority get the system. There are 150 local authorities. That’s £75m.
Presumably all our schools now so well-equipped that there’s nothing else to spend it on.
Really – you don’t understand Corporate Welfare? British and overseas companies are with taxpayers subsidized to provide stupid stuff.
I’d prefer children to be able to write a coherent sentence, but thr ugo
Of course – silly me!
Why aren’t Tesco’s doing a “save 4 million vouchers and get your school a cashless system”? It’s there going begging;-)