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5 Top Tips for Improving Classroom Safety

Written by ANT Telecom | 16 Mar 2017
Although classroom safety should be one of the most paramount issues addressed by school business managers, the fact is that is sadly often a neglected one. Whether this is due to budget constraints or a lack of understanding regarding what classroom safety entails, it is a critical issue that ...

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UK Violence in School: Are you prepared?

Written by ANT Telecom | 14 Mar 2017
As the number of reported incidents of violence in schools increases, it is more crucial than ever that school leaders and managers assess the potential dangers to their staff. Head teachers and school business managers not only have a responsibility to identify the risks in their environment, but ...

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Health & Safety Checklist For Schools (FREE DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCE)

Written by ANT Telecom | 9 Mar 2017
With violence in UK schools at an all-time high, it is integral to be aware of the risks so you know how to keep both your pupils and staff protected. After rising steadily for some years, the annual number of reported crimes in British schools exceeded 30, 000 for the first time in 2014. ...

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Staff Safety In Schools: Why This Should Be Your Priority

Written by ANT Telecom | 7 Mar 2017
Headteachers and school management personnel who are responsible for formulating and implementing effective health and safety measures in schools need to ensure that optimising staff safety is one of their priorities. With new DofE guidelines - and amendments to those guidelines - being issued ...

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How to Reduce Violence in Schools

Written by ANT Telecom | 2 Mar 2017
When a violent episode occurs at school it is important to remember that whilst this could include any of the following:...

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