Oct 18, 2018 Last Updated 10:41 AM, Oct 15, 2018
Schools are our future. Within the four walls of classrooms up and down the country, young minds are inspired, useful skills are taught and new interests are forged that will be later harnessed to ensure our country’s continued prosperity.
Recent random terrorist atrocities in the UK – even deliberately targeting school-age children at the initial Ariana Grande concert in Manchester – has upped the stakes on keeping schools safe without turning them into fortresses, says Mo Ali, Sales Manager at Zaun.
Fencing can be the differentiator with new leisure sites, especially if specifiers engage manufacturers in their aspirations and plans for their facilities early and get specific about what they want to achieve, says Mo Ali.
Building on last year’s success, SALTEX 2016’s improved show features and unrivalled industry support are set to work together to create the most exciting public sector event to date when the doors open at the NEC, Birmingham, from 2nd to 3rd November.
A university technical college with a rooftop games area has embarked on its second academic year in operation.
Established in 1875, The Leys School is the only co-educational boarding and day school in Cambridge and home to 560 pupils.
British high security fencing manufacturer Zaun has exported its expertise across the Channel to secure a prison in the north of France.
Zaun has made two more senior appointments as the pace of change under sole executive director Alastair Henman gathers pace.
The UK’s digital and media hub in Salford is home to one of the most unusual schools in the country – UTC@MediaCityUK for 14-18 year olds targeting digital and media jobs.
Security fencing manufacturer Zaun has taken its first order for its HiSec Super10 system – believed to be the first single mesh to be certified to Security Rating 2.
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