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The Big Brother Watch data also showed that 1,000 pupil Sinfin Community School has one of the highest ratios of cameras to pupils, with one to every nine students 12th in the national list.
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"We only use them retrospectively if there is an incident to investigate. If this is in a classroom it usually requires the consent of the teacher unless there is an allegation against the teacher.
He said: "These are installed for the well being of our students and footage is only viewed when necessary, strictly by registered staff."
Eddie Wilkes, head teacher at Highfields School, said the installation of CCTV some years ago had "followed extensive consultation with governors, students, parents and staff over where the school was planning to place cameras".
"On occasions, footage has been used with parents to show them that the account of their child has not been entirely accurate. There are no cameras in the toilets or changing rooms."
What is interesting is the massive variation in the number of camera's and the locations they are used across the nation. It would be much more informative if they researched why this is, and whether the cameras are an effective solution to the problems the schools are attempting to address.
has got red marks on this one. Groups like Big Brother Watch are portrayed as innocent groups looking out for the masses, but when you look into their background you find they have their own agenda's. Would they have published this information if the number of camera's had come back as less than they expected?
One thing it would show is what the standard of teaching is like in the school, given he is forever calling on teachers to strike for having their teaching over seen by others. It would be hard to argue if it there on camera for all to see, along with any pupils who disrupted lessons day after day, that alone would show parents what their child got up in school.
A spokesman for Merrill College said that CCTV cameras were only deployed at the entrance to student toilets and in the washroom areas not in cubicles or changing rooms.
Steve Monks, head teacher at Sinfin Community School, said: "We have more than 100 cameras, all of which were installed as part of the re build four years ago.
Dave Wilkinson, of the National association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, said he had no objection to CCTV cameras in instances of genuine health and safety benefit but he added that the cameras at the school in Sinfin were "unnecessary, intrusive and an invasion of privacy of both staff Nike Basketball Shoes Low Cut 2014 and pupils".
He said: "Whilst the entrance and exit areas to some toilets are covered, there are no private areas in the scope of the CCTV system. The school used the installation of cameras to reduce levels of damage done in these areas and also to tackle some bullying issues. They did have a positive impact on both fronts."
condemned the practice and said it raised serious questions about the privacy of schoolchildren.
"In the last four years, there have been a few dozen occasions where the use of CCTV has been invaluable in identifying students and also ensuring that there has not been a miscarriage of justice.
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Big Brother Watch, which published the figures following a Freedom of Information Act request to more than 2,000 schools, also warned that the Home Office's proposals for a new regulatory structure was "not fit for purpose".
Other schools with cameras in toilets or changing rooms included Highfields School, Matlock (10 cameras); Swanwick Hall School (two); Buxton School (six) and Eckington School (one). Merrill College, in Alvaston has eight cameras.
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FIVE Derbyshire schools controversially have CCTV cameras in their changing rooms or toilets including Merrill College in Derby according to new data published today.
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"CCTV in the corridors and outside are similarly used after an event because staff do not have the desire or capacity to sit in front of a bank of screens.
Nick Pickles, director of Big Brother Watch, said: "The full extent of school surveillance is far higher than we had expected and will come as a shock to many parents. Schools need to come clean about why they are using these cameras and what is happening to the footage."
Dave Wilkinson, of the National association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, said he had no objection to CCTV cameras in instances of genuine health and safety benefit but he added that the cameras at the school in Sinfin were "unnecessary, intrusive and an invasion of privacy of both staff and pupils".
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