When it comes to school security, being able to barricade classrooms and administrative offices quickly and effectively against an invasive attack can be critical for student and staff safety. This is not only important in such an event but can also be a deterrent to any would-be attackers, as well as a comfort for students, parents and staff to know that their safety is being considered at all times.
While we’ve all been focused on the more immediate concern of the Coronavirus and adapting school life to new infection prevention control measures, terror warnings across the globe have highlighted the need to keep students and classrooms safe in more ways than one. So, if it’s been a while since you’ve thought about lockdown measures… Continue reading How to protect your students from unauthorised entry during times of increased terror threats
Returning to university or college after the creature comforts of home can make the shortfalls of your student digs even more apparent, especially when you return after the Christmas break in the middle of winter potentially to cold – or even damp – accommodation. Here are our tips to make your Uni room feel cosy… Continue reading How to make your student accommodation feel like home sweet home when you return after Christmas
Christmas celebrations in Uni or college halls or student digs are likely to be even more lively than usual this year, to make up for lost time last year. As your social calendar fills up and you look forward to some serious partying, here’s how to stay safe. Rejoice, all — Christmas is almost here!… Continue reading Keeping safe during university Christmas celebrations