School Campus Cleanliness
Cleanliness means there is no dust, dirt, stains or bad smells. The goals of cleanliness are health, beauty, absence of offensive odour and to avoid the spreading of dirt and contaminants to oneself and others.
Need of School Campus Cleanliness
- Cleanliness gives rise to a good character by keeping body and mind clean and peaceful.
- To prevent diseases like malaria, flu, typhoid, cholera, asthma, etc.
- To keep our surrounding clean and beautiful.
- Dirt and grime promote the spread of germs which can also encourage the spread of communicable diseases, which needs to be cleaned.
- Children might get hurt while playing if stones and pebbles are present in ground. To avoid this situation campus should be cleaned regularly.
- Maintaining cleanliness is the essential part of healthy living because it helps improve our personality by keeping our surrounding clean.
- Clean campus is important for the healthy growth and development of children.
- Clean environment brings positive and healthy environment for learning of students.
Role of cleanliness in maintaining the beauty of School
Dirty classroom and dirty campus lays negative impact on the visitor, students as well as teachers. Clean environment is the first step towards the beautification of school.
- Keeping trash cans or dustbin in the classroom, washroom and near the ground and throwing garbage into the dustbin helps in keeping the campus clean.
- A well-maintained and decorated garden of school campus is eye-catching.
- Clean school campus also raises the pride of the school.
- Clean campus prevents various diseases and makes the impression of the school.
- Clean toilet promotes good hygiene amongst the students and teachers as well as other non-teaching staffs.
- Neat and clean classroom, corridors, proper gardening, all these helps school in its beautification.
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