With bank bonuses back in the news, there is a way that bankers could respond to their critics and play their part in the 'Big Society' go back to school.
Bankers who have a conscience (there must be some) could go back to their old primary and secondary schools (if they went to a state school or, if they were privately educated, the nearest state schools to where they grew up) and write some cheques, donating their bonuses as an investment in the education of our children.
Bankers who cannot bring themselves to part with the money could arrange to give a talk to the children, explaining why their teaching assistant or teacher had to be made redundant so the bank had enough money to pay bonuses.
Those teachers and teaching assistants still in a job could ask the banker to explain why school staff have had their pay frozen and will have to pay more for their pensions while bankers award themselves huge bonuses on the back of taxpayers' money.
After all, we are "all in it together", aren't we?