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Stanley for safer schools

Lisa Peake, Editor

14/11/2016

Tags: Fire & Security

Topics: Safety

Stanley Security has selected three winning schools for their competition 'Together for Safer Schools'. Those children's nurseries, schools and colleges that accumulated the most votes in the contest across the three tiers - children's nurseries, under 300 pupils, over 301 pupils - have been selected as this year's winners and will share in the £20,000 for the installation of bespoke STANLEY Security products and services

"At Stanley Security, we are committed to establishing a culture of safety and peace of mind for pupils, parents, faculty and staff on every education site throughout the United Kingdom," said John Helas, Managing Director for Stanley Security GB, Ireland and Portugal. 

"As a dedicated partner to children nurseries, schools, colleges and universities in the United Kingdom we understand fully the unique challenges of protecting an education environment. 'Together for Safer Schools' allows us to be proactive in contributing to solutions that will help protect learning institutions across the country.  We congratulate all of our winners for playing such an important role in helping us to ignite this conversation on a national scale."

Stanley Security hosted the competition 'Together for Safer Schools' to partner with educational facilities to strive to provide safe learning environments for students, staff, administrators, and visitors on educational sites across the UK.

Tasneem Ramiji, owner of 9 Months Nursery, commented, "Being the first nursery to offer webcam viewing facilities to parents, security is very important to us. We met with a Stanley Security trusted advisor who analysed how, despite being efficient at the moment, our current security system could be improved. I am very pleased to be able to upgrade our security system with Stanley." 

Esther Blum, Finance Manager at Side by Side Integrated Nursery and Special Needs School said, "We already have a security system at the school, but we are looking into the different options Stanley and parents complete ease of mind."

Students, teachers, parents, local public safety officers and members of the community all enthusiastically became involved with helping their local schools enter into the spirit of the 'Together for Safer Schools' programme. 

The 'Together for Safer Schools' programme is part of Stanley's mission to make communities and schools safer by better protecting their students, employees and facilities so that they can focus on what's really important - education. 

For more details on Stanley Security's 'Together for Safer Schools' programme, please go to www.stanleysecurity.co.uk/safer-schools

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