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Teaching young children can be tough. Not only do you have to follow the curriculum, you also need to teach your pupils about life and how to be healthy.
If children forget about hygiene, infections can spread quickly around the learning environment. All it takes is for a child to forget to wash his or her hands after using the toilet, before returning and touching those building blocks, pens, brushes and other children…
Simple reminders for children to wash their hands, flush toilets and put rubbish in bins can create a healthier school. To help, Cubicle Centre has teamed up with ERIC (The Children’s Bowel and Bladder Charity) to create a series of school washroom posters.
The fun and colourful images feature reminders for a range of good hygiene and health practices, such as hand washing, flushing, drinking enough water and putting rubbish in the bin. Rather than barking commands, the designs communicate clear messages in a unique – and slightly silly! – way.
Perfect for nurseries and Early Years settings, you can download all eight of the posters by filling out the form here.
Cubicle Centre is an award winning, family run business that specialises in the manufacture of washroom panel products.
ERIC was started by the Children’s Society in 1988, and is the only UK charity dedicated to helping all children and teenagers with continence difficulties; for more information, visit www.eric.org.uk or follow @ERIC_UK.
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