School security: Parental concerns

4th September 2009 at 01:00
Parents are more worried about security in schools than the standard of education, a new survey for NASUWT shows

Original paper headline: Climate of fear

Cyber bullying, trespassers and attacks with knives and guns most concerned mothers and fathers, according to the research, carried out by TAC UK. Richard Strode, TAC UK director, said: "Many schools do need to improve their security solutions, although for some the answer may simply be to fill the knowledge gap and tell parents about the security measures already in place."

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