How to Keep Your School Clean

The safety and welfare of children is the top priority when it comes to school cleaning. Products used must be gentle enough not to have an adverse effect on pupils especially those with allergies but at the same time strong enough to kill germs.

A classroom can be a breeding ground for germs so it is vital that it is cleaned properly so that germs or bacteria that may cause them ailments such as coughs and colds are killed properly. When you think about it, the surfaces and furniture are touched by kid’s everyday so daily cleaning is essential.

General School Cleaning TipsEnsure that the cleaning products are gentle and will not cause harm to the pupils.Clean dust and mites using a vacuum cleaner with filter focussing on surfaces, bookshelves and floor area.Surfaces should be cleaned before disinfecting the surroundings.Refer to the manufacturer’s guide of how to use cleaning product because it may cause harm if the label is not properly followed.Assess which areas are most often touched. High traffic surfaces such as desks, toilet area, drinking fountains, doorknobs, computer keyboards, hands-on learning items and toys should be disinfected on a regular basis to keep kids safe at all times.Floors should be vacuumed and washed dailyHandle waste properly - your school should have a standard procedures for handling waste, which may include wearing gloves. Place no-touch waste baskets where they are easy to use.School Window Cleaning – School windows should be cleaned during mid-term and term breaks to allow light enter the classroom area.
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