I suspect school children over 5 years in Newcastle never ever wear a rain coat. A fashion habit. But then grown ups don't wear raincoats either.
Locals probably do no more and no less than the prevailing local standards.
Educational outcomes are flavour of the month and teachers are targetted.
What if nurses were put in a similar spotlight? The conversation is about complexity - waiting times, statistics, hand washing (!). Instead of that, we have the big little things that count for a lot, the hands on care in touch with lived experience as a work in progress.
Seek out ability to think outside the square and give high priority to sanity as a unique approach to services and look into providing enough staff to do all this in our institutions.