The question of which school to attend in England is becoming increasingly urgent after a series of deadly terror attacks in the United Kingdom, with schools across the country under the spotlight.
In the past year, at least 12 people have been killed in a series in the capital, London, in which three of the perpetrators were from overseas, including an 18-year-old man who had previously worked at a London school.
Police said the man, who was not named, was the second attacker to carry out the attacks in less than 24 hours.
The police and security services are also investigating the attacks, which left three people dead and at least 50 wounded.
The authorities have called for anyone with information about the attacks to come forward.
The government has said the country’s schools must be safe for students to attend.
The Home Office said on Friday that it is taking measures to prevent terrorist attacks in schools.
It said it was working with schools to develop strategies to increase the safety of their students and staff, and to increase staff training in safeguarding and risk management.