Concern over Oxfordshire school CCTV cameras

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There are concerns about the number of CCTV cameras monitoring children at schools in Oxfordshire.

St Gregory The Great Catholic School in Oxford has 50 fixed cameras, double the national average, while at Banbury Academy there are four, monitoring parts of the washrooms.

The privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch said there needs to be more transparency about why they are needed and where they are installed.

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