10 Jun Warwick Independent Schools Foundation demonstrate their commitment to service excellence with BICSc Accredited Training
Warwick Independent Schools Foundation (WISF) is heralding a new era as it concludes the relocation of its award-winning King’s High School for girls to a new home alongside Warwick School, the oldest boys school in England, as part of a £43 million pound ‘Project One Campus’ project. The new state-of-the-art school will provide innovative and sector-leading facilities.
Bringing our schools onto one campus has brought further opportunities for Larry Marston, Operations Manager. One of his top priorities was to find an experienced Cleaning Manager, resulting in Hamid Ghadry joining the Estates & Operations Department to spearhead the Cleaning Department for a campus that will now exceed 2,400 pupils.
Sam Hanson, Deputy Head of Estates & Operations said: “Becoming a BICSc Accredited Training Member and adopting our cleaning operations to BICSc standards, demonstrates our desire to develop our Estates & Operations Support Team across our schools and further enable them in the provision of excellent services to our pupils, visitors and stakeholders. It is also in line with our 2021 vision and part of our five-year strategic plan which includes our “Project One Campus” expansion and major renovation works on the existing site.”
Our aim is to ensure that every element of our operations provides the support to make the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation campus a place to inspire and nurture every pupil to thrive, both at school and in their future lives.