I wonder about Etherpad which I just found out has video. Free, but without the problem of “commercial free”. Not sure about security cc @johnmclear
Zoom seems a bit of an ethical & security disaster but I think there are plenty of other worries around equity of support, environment and devices.
Etherpad being open source is certainly a positive.
Ive used etherpad in the past, a quick test of the video version shows it works fine on iPad and iPhone. A moot point for me as I think North Lanarkshire will be instructions us to use Teams.
In a primary setting I think there is a lot more to think about around video conferencing, at the moment I don’t think it is a golden bullet for our current problems.