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  • 1. S.B.O.A. Matriculation Higher Secondary School Madurai, Tamil nadu S. Godwin Richard, B. Brindha, S. Lokesh Kesav, R. Krithi & M. Sadhasivam Mentor teacher: Mrs. R. Meenakshi
  • 2. Step 1: Feel There are lots of problem faced by the students in the school. One that troubles most is Unhygienic practices.
  • 3. Discussion Further to understand this problem we discussed various measures : 1. Proper usage of dustbin. 2.Hygienic usage of the toilet. 3. Proper usage of hand towel while sneezing and coughing. 4. Washing hands before the intake of food.
  • 4.  Among all these problems, toilet hygiene is the most important one.
  • 5. • Hence our concern falls on the proper maintenance of hygienic atmosphere.
  • 6. Hygiene related problems  Improper flushing of toilets after use.  Littering the toilet with used paper. We visited the toilets and noticed the following problems.
  • 7.  Spitting & playing inside the toilet.  Avoidance of washing hands after urination and defecation.  Scribbling on the walls.  Splashing the dirty water on each other .
  • 8. Step 2: Imagine We discussed with our mentor teacher. Many ideas were suggested for rectifying:  Creating awareness.  Seeking the guidelines of experts.  Collection of cleaning materials.
  • 9. Pasting placards to create awareness.  Seeking the cooperation of scavengers.
  • 10. Under the guidance of mentor teacher and fellow students, remedial measurers were carried out.
  • 11. Step 3: Do We organized an awareness programme for the fellow students and gave them tips in nurturing SPIC & SPAN atmosphere in the lavatory.
  • 12. Points that are pondered;  Washing the hands after urination and defecation  Flushing the toilet properly before and after use. Disinfection of toilets to control the spread of diseases. “Prevention is better than cure”. Keeping ourselves clean, prevents many diseases .
  • 13. Guidelines given by our school nurse Mrs. Jaya Chitra The nurse gave us an insight into different problems caused due to the unhygienic environment  Contagious diseases due to unwashed hands.  Diarrhoeal diseases caused due to poor sanitation.
  • 14. This session was very useful to us as it gave a clear idea about sanitation and its benefits. We also had a one-to-one discussion with the nurse which helped us to improve our hygienic habits. After Brain Storming…
  • 15. Collection of Sanitizers The students were asked to donate Sanitizers.
  • 16. Variety of materials were collected to enhance the sanitation.
  • 17. Procession  A procession organised to stress the importance of hygienic environment among the students.
  • 18. • We spread the message through the placards with slogans on proper sanitation and hygiene.
  • 19. Pasting Motivational Posters-as an eye opener
  • 20. Pasting Motivational Posters
  • 21. Students and scavengers in venture.
  • 22. Students monitoring the scavengers
  • 23. Step 4: Towards health
  • 24. “You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives”. ~Clay P. Bedford
  • 25. We, as toilet-trained students, have under taken the responsibility of keeping our toilets pristine by adopting the hygienic toilet habits we have learnt.
  • 26. Let your hands and your conscience Be honest and clean; Scorn to touch or to think of The thing that is mean