South Wirral High School Case Study
Telephone Systems and CCTV
South Wirral High School is a comprehensive school located in Merseyside. They are committed to providing learning experiences which are both challenging and exciting.
South Wirral High School approached Tel Group wanting an updated CCTV system to ensure the safety and security of their staff, students and premises.
They were looking to utilise the latest surveillance technology to maximise security and were aware that best way to do that was through CCTV.
Although they already had a CCTV system in place at the school, it was very outdated, the camera quality was poor and a lot of the cameras had been disconnected / broken. This meant footage was obsolete, and they needed a modern system in place to enhance safety across the school.
We worked together closely to understand their requirements which allowed us to deliver a completely bespoke CCTV solution that exceeded their expectations.
Our engineers visited site and installed 50 Hikvision ColorVu Dome Cameras, as well as mounts across the premises. We ensured that members of staff were well informed throughout the transition process and provided training post installation.
By introducing CCTV into their premises, their entire sites security has been optimised by detecting, monitoring, and deterring potential vandalism, bullying, and intruders.
Hikvision’s industry-leading ColorVu technology enables quality full-color videos to ensure maximum visibility and 24/7 surveillance of the school.
All footage is visible 24/7 from any connected device to provide 24/7 peace of mind.
This CCTV system has been designed for the specific safeguarding challenges that schools face, increasing protection and safety for staff, students and visitors.
After a successful CCTV installation, South Wirral selected Tel Group to also upgrade their telephone system across their school. They now have a VoIP telephone system with 73 extensions which allows them to reap the benefits of modern technology and excel with their internal and external communications.