Studies show that having a clean environment in nurseries and schools massively reduces absenteeism and increases productivity in children and students. Employing a fully comprehensive cleaning service in your nurseries or schools could be exactly what you’re looking for – and could potentially increase funding by avoiding repeated and insistent sick days. How in-house cleaning … Continue reading
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School facilities managers have unique premises to look after, with quality learning environments needing to be balanced with prudent cost management. Good facilities management in a school can improve the classroom setting for staff and pupils, increase running efficiency and enhance the public impression of the institution. Read on for some top tips for managing … Continue reading
The summer holidays are here, and – for now – classrooms up and down the country are free from the noise and trails of debris left by students. Soon, however, they’ll be back, and the chaos will reignite once more – and someone has to be there to clean up after them! In this article, … Continue reading
With the start of the new school term, time has come for the the influx of kids to roam the halls and classrooms for another year. Not only does that mean the return of activity to the school grounds, but also the return of countless germs, dirt and general mess that comes with the presence … Continue reading
For any environment in which young children will be for a long period of time, ensuring that a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness is maintained at all times should be a top priority. Here at JMS Cleaning, our team have a wealth of experience cleaning schools and day nurseries to a high quality. We’ve … Continue reading
In 2009, a deadly outbreak flu virus termed H1N1 brought the importance of cleanliness to the fore in dramatic fashion. For possibly the first time in recent history, whole populations started to look at how they interacted with the world around them in terms of avoiding infection, and in no small way, this affected schools. … Continue reading