My head has put a bee in my bonnet and I need you to look at what was said rationally so you can help me deal with it. Was told we have some money to spend on ICT and they have decided to buy laptops with it (first I had heard about this money - if it is for ICT shouldn't the ICT co-ordinator be consulted?). I said that our laptops have proved unreliable and I would rather spend the money on desktops, especially in light of us getting a new suite shortly. The comeback was that they did not want the suite to be dedicated entirely to ICT with wires running everywhere, they wanted to use laptops so that no wires would be needed and it would convert to a classroom quickly. This was what the governors wanted (not sure I believed this bit). Again this decision was made without any mention to the ICT co-ordinator. I feel like writing to the govs to argue the case for a dedicated suite but what would I say? The no wires bit is a load of tosh because with the best will in the world if two classes use it consecutively they will need plugged in. I am so cross at all this happening without any consultation with me or the staff who teach ICT that I can't look at the head without my blood boiling. Help!!! Will their idea work practically, or am I right in feeling scornful? We are primary if this makes a difference.