Staff at Rotorua’s Selwyn School are so impressed with CrestClean’s new school posters in Te Reo Maori they’ve taken steps to ensure they remain in pristine condition. Within hours of packs of the colourful posters being dropped off by Crest’s Rotorua Regional Manager Bill Douglas, office staff were busy laminating the posters. For not only
CrestClean’s newly-launched school posters in Te Reo Maori are proving a runaway hit with kids and teachers. So popular in fact that just weeks after being unveiled at the Te Akatea New Zealand Maori Principals’ Association Conference in Rotorua, demand for the colourful A3-sized posters has seen CrestClean ordering a second print run. And the
The man who holds the purse strings at a top New Zealand college has nothing but praise for CrestClean. Mike Ritchie, Chief Financial Officer at Scots College in Wellington, said the work of CrestClean personnel is much appreciated. “It was no small decision to bring CrestClean on to clean our school, but it is great
CrestClean’s Jay Gounder and Milvin Rani are classroom superstars in more ways than one. Students at Hastings Christian School took a real shine to the duo when they were asked along to speak about their Hindu faith. Keeping a bunch of teenage students captivated for a whole hour can challenge even the most experienced teacher.
Lyndsey Reeves is a valued member of the Christchurch South Intermediate team. The long-standing Crest franchisee has been cleaning the school for 11 years. “I’ve developed a great relationship with the school and staff,” he says. “I am considered one of their team. I even take my turn with the morning tea roster.” Principal Ross
Four Rotorua franchisees will be recognised for going “the extra mile” with a Certificate of Excellence. Gurpreet Singh, Amarinder Kaur, Huykim Cheng and Phong Ang Chan Thean Lim completed a term clean at Westbrook School over the holidays. The term clean included high and low dusting; the walls and windows were cleaned, the floors were
CrestClean received top marks for their eighth year attending the New Zealand Principals’ Federation Conference in Wellington from June 30 to July 3. NZPF Gold Business Partner CrestClean was one of 70 exhibitors who received a very positive response from principals attending. One of the hot discussion topics was the new Health and Safety Reform
The CrestClean LeslieRugby Junior Rugby Team Coaching Programme is helping strengthen junior rugby in New Zealand. The programme is aimed at junior rugby coaches and/or dads and mums who are interested in coaching the game in the future. It promotes fundamental skill development and makes it easier for junior team coaches to deliver a high