I guess that all schools with a specialism will be having to reevaluate things in the light of the cuts. Just wondering how life will change in language colleges now that the funding has all but dried up. We have had to prune most of the extra languages we offered, cut all the extra MFL activities that the funding enabled us to do, change options so that second languages which were formerly encouraged are a thing of the past. Assistants will be cut and primary support will go. We are also looking at the reality of teaching jobs going as there is now too much slack. I am very grateful for the opportunity that we've had to promote languages over the last few years but I don't mind admitting that the sudden change in fortunes has been quite tough to take on board so suddenly. I still think that there are things we can do without the funding and think we should keep as much going as we can but SMT seem to have taken the attitude that that's it.