After being closed for many weeks over the summer, it is time to arrange your school cleaning before reopening this September. Our thorough school cleaning is tailored to your establishment’s particular needs and will give you peace and mind ahead of starting the new term and inviting pupils back into your premises.
A deep school cleaning service can tackle all of your rooms and learning spaces, including:
- Staff rooms
- Changing rooms
- School equipment
- Assembly hall or gym
A Deep Clean Of All Surfaces Including Windows & Carpets
The depth of your deep clean will depend on your setup and can include window cleaning and carpet cleaning, where dust and dirt accumulates, hides, or appears most visibly. Re-entering an environment that looks spick-and-span will boost your teaching staff and students’ motivation, happiness, and well-being.
In addition to deep cleaning your carpets and windows, we recommend a school cleaning program that includes:
- Toilet and sink disinfection
- Sanitisation of high-frequency touchpoints such as light switches, door handles, window sills, and handrails
- Cleaning of shared equipment such as school desks, chairs, computer monitors, mice, keyboards, remote controls, electronic devices, and books
- Kitchen, canteen, and vending equipment sanitisation
- Sports hall equipment cleaning
Decontamination & Upholding High Hygiene Standards
School decontamination is critical before opening your doors to students. To uphold high hygiene standards and prevent illness from Coronavirus, daily school cleaning is recommended. Whether you are a private independent or state-supported school, hygiene has become even more crucial now that mixing during lunchtime is permitted, learning bubbles and face masks have been dropped, and gatherings for group assembly are allowed.
The government currently recommends that regular school cleaning takes place twice per day. Cleaning should take place once before the start of the day and once afterwards. Particular attention should be paid to frequently touched surfaces. As well as cleaning, your school should ensure that spaces are well ventilated and that everyone follows good hygiene practices, such as hand washing and using disposable tissues when coughing or sneezing.
You should conduct a health and safety risk assessment before reopening and layout your contingency plans, such as the closure of a space for deep cleaning and decontamination if a surge of new COVID-19 cases is identified.
Our cleaning technicians are highly trained in working with specialist cleaning products and equipment. They will ensure that deep cleaning, sanitisation, and decontamination are effective and safe.
To arrange school cleaning before you reopen in September, please get in touch with our team today. We will help you create a worry-free learning environment for your pupils and teachers.