Extra security measure have been enforced by a city council in Norway after the announcement a transit centre for refugees in set to open nearby.
Scared parents insisted on better measures to keep their children safe after horror stories of girls being raped and abused by migrants across Europe have emerged.
The migrant centre will open just a few hundred meters from Lysaker School in Bærum.
At a public meeting parents said their community was under threat and security ‘compromised’ by the decision to place the centre near the school.
Bærum Council has promised to place asylum guards along a dark passage used by children to get to and from school, and they will be in place shortly.
School leader Susanne Kaaløy said: “I wouldn’t really call it security.
“It’s more like grownups being present to provide security for the children and parents.
“Basically [the project was launched] after parents raised their concerns.
“This is an initiative to show that we listened to the parents.”
The request for the guards comes as tensions are growing in Scandinavia between the locals and migrants.
In an attempt to calm growing discontent after the massive influx of migrants, Norway has started giving adult sex education classes.
Linda Hagen, the leader of the Norwegian course, revealed the challenges in explaining the cultural differences in the West to those found in some Islamic countries.
She said migrants on the course often make comments like “she kissed him, it’s an invitation to have sex” and “if she wants come to my place, that means she’s consenting”.
The “rape prevention” courses, organised by Hero, which runs 40 per cent of Norway’s reception centres, also make use of a video normally shown to secondary school students.
Yesterday, Swedish police revealed concerns over a lack of resources to deal with the increasing level of violence at asylum centres.
On Monday Alexandra Mezher, 22, was fatally stabbed at migrant centre in Sweden where she was working alone.
He said: “We have to go to work against unrest in the asylum centres which places a much greater demand than might appear outwardly.”
Swedish Officers were also forced to flee a reception centre after they were surrounded by migrants after they tried to rescue a 10-year-old boy who had allegedly been raped.
In the report, obtained by Vestmanlands Läns Tidning, a police officer said: “Even more people appeared behind us. I was mentally prepared to fight for my life.”