Stephen Spender wants the slum children to get education related to their life. He wants nature to be used as a teacher and that the rich and powerful people get involved in solving the problems of the slum children.
Stephen Spender wants that the windows should be broken and the children should be moved to the bright daylight. They should be given education in a conducive atmosphere so that their lives can be changed, with useful and relevant education being imparted to them. The poet wants that the governor, inspector and visitors should get involved to solve their problem and their education should be related to their life.