One headteacher in Hertfordshire has already been sent a “minded to direct” letter from schools minister Nick Gibb warning emergency powers could be used.
Rainbows in windows have been joined by teddy bears, organised as a bingo game for kids to do on their daily walks. Paired with a fundraiser, one community in Hertfordshire have used the game to raise money for the NHS.
A reward of £20,000 is being offered for information which leads to the arrest and prosecution of the 33-year-old.
Detectives have now warned the public that the suspect is a "danger to women".
“I have an uninhabitable home and nowhere to spend Christmas with my two daughters,” former firefighter Steve Pritchard told HuffPost UK.
Several buildings were wrecked in the rampage.
'The nature of the attack on him is very distressing and feels very personal.'
33 people had to be rescued.