Hi all. I am seeking recommendations for the best camera to buy for primary school teachers. I'm now working as the business manager in a small Primary School. My role is quite diverse and I've enjoyed many opportunities to use my photography skills at school events. However, I can't be at everything (and ideally would spend less time on photography, as much as I enjoy it), and so we also need to rely on our teachers to take photos. I have lifted the standard of our photography, but that has also served to highlight the gap between good photos and those generally taken by our teachers. Our Principal is keen for the general standard to be lifted, and so I will be running a little photography workshop to talk about some basics in composition, lighting, shutter speeds etc. We'd also like to invest in some better cameras. Our current cameras are basic tiny sensor older compact cameras that don't cope well in low light. So, I am seeking recommendations for new cameras. I'm thinking something with a larger sensor - perhaps a 1" sensor at least, but ideally a 4/3 would be good. The bigger the better! Don't care about megapixels. I'd love to see our teachers shooting in raw, but that's not practical, so something that going to produce good jpgs out of the box would be good. My Sony A7 III has "Fast, Faster" (etc) settings for shutter speed when using auto-ISO (ie it can be set to choose shutter speeds fast than simply 1/focal length), and I reckon something like that would be good if it's available in a compact camera to help minimise motion blur in lower light. Any recommendations?