Youngsters at Bromsgrove pre-school display their achievement
Children at Finstall First School learned one of the most important lessons possible – how to wash your hands – according to a recent report on the Bromsgrove standard website.
The article, written by Tristan Harris, highlighted how the children learned about effective infection prevention as part of a Global Handwashing Day lesson at the Finstall Village Hall based school.
The manager, Emma Martin, was quoted as saying
Already at a young age the children have an excellent understanding of the importance of good handwashing and really enjoyed taking part.
The article features an engaging photograph showing the children proudly displaying their “I can wash my hands after going to the toilet” certificates, which are available free of charge on the Kiddiwash website.
Free EYFS downloads
Downloads for preschool and nursery can be downloaded, printed and distributed free of charge from the downloads section of the website – including brand new versions of the “I can wash my hands after going to the toilet” and “I can wash my hands before eating” certificates.
Mobile sinks for younger children
Hand washing is the most important lesson a child can learn and acquiring it is an essential lifelong skill.
The Kiddiwash range of warm water hand wash units are perfect for smaller hands – and are ideal where a portable solution is required.