HappyTap launches its world-leading child-centric portable sink to promote cost-effective handwashing with soap in U.K. schools


esigned to encourage children to adopt healthy handwashing

habits in highly infectious environments worldwide, HappyTap is recognized by the World Health Organization, deployed by UNICEF and major donors in development projects around the world, and is now ensuring clean, healthy hands in primary and secondary schools across County Durham.

• Easy-to-use child-centric design – intuitive use with minimal supervision • Slow-flow tap prevents splashes and achieves avg. 60 washes per tank-fill • High affordability allowing multiple purchases per school • Easy, no-fuss set-up • Light and highly portable • Robust – built to withstand heavy usage in refugee camps

In line with HappyTap’s commitment to providing 10 million people with

effective handwashing facilities by 2024, HappyTap will donate one HappyTap to a school in need in South Asia for every ten purchased in the U.K.

Mul-T-Lock helps secure schools of the future


ith schools and universities reopening across the country, the safety of students and staff has never been more important. Security expert

Mul-T-Lock recognises that every educational facility has a different security requirement and effective management of everyone who comes and goes is paramount – saving time, expense and tightening security. For schools that are looking to upgrade or extend their current master

key suite, Mul-T-Lock offers a wide range of cost effective solutions to address the varying needs of education buildings. These incorporate patented mechanical and electro-mechanical technology, providing enhanced security with increased control over access; at the same time reducing the number of keys that can be lost or stolen. Mul-T-Lock has also recently launched a new antibacterial key solution,

providing a more hygienic solution for education applications. The keys feature an antibacterial plastic head that contain an agent that supresses the growth and spread of unwanted bacteria. to discuss affordable options for your learning environment today.


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Brand-new platformThe Social Book Club teams up with Waitrose on series of children’s books


he Social Book Club has launched a subscription service which hosts a library of original stories - including some from authors as young as 9 years old - aimed at educating

children of primary school age about issues facing them in the modern world. Every month The Social Book Club will release books on timely social topics, ranging from health and wellbeing and coronavirus to racism and adoption, giving children thought-provoking stories to inspire conversation and to open their minds. For schools, The Social Book Club complements PSHE and social learning worldwide and

offers in school and online workshops. At home, children can continue to learn and allow parents to engage in the learning with unlimited access for just £7.99 a month. The Social Book club was conceived during lock-down and is a platform to support

children, parents and teacher through these anxious times. The Social Book Club works closely with groups of parents and teachers to identify current topics causing most concern; those openly discussed, as well as those explored online, through peer group messaging, or via older siblings. This steer informs the authors and ensures that The Social Book Club’s library remains totally relevant. The library is crammed full of digital, audio and video stories for children of all ages. Waitrose & Partners has helped to develop a series of books around healthy eating for

the site. Dr Emma Williams, Nutrition Manager at Waitrose has supported with information for the six stories which are based on the government’s Eatwell Guide recommendations. The series is based around various foods waiting to be picked out from the shelf of a supermarket – teaching children about the amazing powers they can confer on their human recipients.

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