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45-camera video system safeguards pupils and property

Hoylake security expert NW Systems has provided an advanced video system to help Wirral Hospitals’ School, Joseph Paxton Campus, in Claughton, meet its safeguarding standards.

The new 45-camera video monitoring system, which NW Systems designed and installed, has helped to meet the specific child protection needs of this co-educational school for children aged between 11 and 16, who cannot be catered for in mainstream education.

Chris Barry, ICT systems and network co-ordinator of Wirral Hospitals’ Schools, said: “From my point of view, if it helps protect one child, or one teacher, then that’s value for money.”

Derek Kitchen, head teacher of Wirral Hospitals’ Schools, added: “Such a high quality and user-friendly system contributes hugely to the safety and wellbeing of students, staff and visitors. It also protects the school when closed.”

And Frank Crouwel, NW Systems managing director, said: “It is pleasing to see that video security can help underpin the strong safeguarding record of this highly-regarded school.”

 

Please follow link below to Liverpool Echo news article.

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/business/nw-systems-helps-protect-birkenheads-8969618

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