22 JUN 2012

Dr Dan meets with young people at Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School in Framlingham

Dr Dan talks to youngsters at Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School during a question and answer sessionDan always enjoys meeting with Suffolk’s teachers, governors and young people. Last week, he visited Sir Robert Hitcham Community Primary School in Framlingham, where he joined teachers and staff before holding question and answer sessions with pupils across different year groups. Dan spoke to pupils in three separate classes, and answered questions ranging from his work as an NHS hospital doctor to the role he has played in helping to secure £11.5 million in Government funding to provide high-speed internet speeds for homes, businesses and schools in areas such as Framlingham.

The school was given a glowing Ofsted report in its most recent inspection, and has gone from strength to strength under Head Teacher Helen Picton’s leadership. The pupils are a real credit to their teachers, and Dan very much looks forward to visiting Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School again.

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Daniel Poulter: The Minister is slightly at odds about the point being made. The point is not how it is open to the trust to procure the best clinical services but how, later, through a company, staff might be re-employed on a lower salary. Clearly, trusts already have flexibility through “Agenda for Change” to start people on a higher pay point, but I wondered more generally whether my hon....

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Daniel Poulter: The hon. Lady and her colleagues are right to highlight the fact that the financial pressure on the NHS is the main driver for this situation. Does she agree that it is very difficult in some services to differentiate between administrators and back-office services, and frontline services? Sometimes, administrators and back-office workers are embedded in clinical teams, and this actually...