Priestlands School in Lymington has reported seeing a marked improvement in cleaning standards since appointing Two Counties Cleaning as its new contractor last month. The academy, which has over 1200 students and is rated ‘Good’ by OFSTED, appointed us to take over responsibility for all aspects of cleaning across the campus, and we now have a team of fifteen cleaners on site working mornings and evenings between 6am and 5.30pm.
Mr Duncan Welsh, Site Manager at Priestlands School commented, “Cleanliness and hygiene is really important for our school community. We are only into our second month with Two Counties Cleaning, but there is already a noticeable difference in standards. We need a cleaning team we can rely on, and we feel confident that we have this in the new team.”
Mathew Turl, Business Development Director at Two Counties Cleaning added, “We are approved contractors for schools and local authorities right across Hampshire and Dorset, but in the case of Priestlands School, even though they are the school nearest to our head office, we have only recently started working with them. This adds to our long-standing contract with Arnewood School, plus another new contract with Highcliffe School, as well as all the infant and primary schools we look after across the region. We employ local people, and are proud to work within our local communities. When totalled up we are cleaning premises on behalf of thousands of pupils from infant to sixth form.”
From left to right in picture, Matthew Turl, Carole Gibbs (Business Manager) and Duncan Welsh (Site Manager)