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Westonbirt is Latest Prestigious School to Receive CAP Silver Award

23 February 2018

The Housekeeping Team at Westonbirt School is celebrating a coveted CAP Silver Award. It is the first school in the South West education area to achieve this accolade.

CAP Awards recognise ‘unsung heroes’ who exhibit hard work and dedication to provide exceptional environments.

They are only presented to departments that meet the highest standards in Housekeeping and Catering, following a rigorous full-day inspection by independent assessors.

Westonbirt School occupies an impressive Elizabethan-style mansion with parts dating back to the mid-19th Century.

Headmistress Natasha Dangerfield said: “I am delighted that the Housekeeping Team has been recognised for the work undertaken to present this wonderful building.

"It’s paramount that the school looks its best at all times to provide a caring and inspirational learning environment for our pupils.”

After joining the CAP Continuous Awards Programme in 2016, Westonbirt School achieved Bronze level.

Since then, the housekeeping team has benefited from the programme’s 12-month improvement plan, which guided the department to the Silver Award. In 2018, the target is a CAP Gold!

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