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Lockdown for Schools at the ISBA Annual Conference 2022


Bodet will be at the ISBA Conference at ICC Birmingham in May demonstrating how to increase safety, communication and learning time in schools

The ISBA (Independent Schools’ Bursars Association) Annual Conference is taking place on 17th and 18th May at the ICC Birmingham. It offers over 500 delegates involved in the administrative and financial management of schools the chance to connect, learn and see the latest solutions available through a full programme of speakers, networking events and a supplier exhibition.

The ISBA provides specialist advice and guidance services to school bursars and senior support staff working in over 1,100 independent schools. This allows its members to manage their schools successfully and provide an exemplary level of education.


ISBA Annual Conference 2022
ICC Birmingham
17th - 18th May 2022
Stand no. 123


We will be demonstrating our range of school solutions, including Harmonys, a multifunction IP/PoE system which includes Lockdown Alert, Class Change, PA and Synchronised Clocks. It enables you to broadcast emergency alerts at the touch of a button, schedule synchronised class changes to improve the process, broadcast live or pre-recorded announcements and ensure all Bodet clocks display the same, correct time.


With over 35,000 customers across 70 countries, we use our experience to tailor a solution to the specific needs of your school. We will be able to conduct a site survey to ensure that you have coverage for audio broadcasts across your whole premises.


If you would like to find out more about how a Class Change, Lockdown Alert, PA or Synchronised Clock System can benefit your school, please contact us.



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