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Media Alert
School Cleaners Day celebrated as privatisation threat looms
When: 8am, Monday 15th June
Where: A Block, Chancellor State College, Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs
What: School Cleaners Day celebrations
Principals, teachers, students and staff from Chancellor State College will this morning (Monday)
celebrate their school cleaners.
It’s all part of School Cleaner’s Day which United Voice, the school cleaners union claim is more
important than ever to recognise as it’s feared the government will privatise the industry.
United Voice Queensland Secretary Gary Bullock says “School Cleaner’s Day is an opportunity for all staff
and pupils to say a big ‘Thank You’ for all the hard work school cleaners do.”
“Not only do they ensure our schools are clean, safe and hygienic, they also go above and beyond by
performing additional duties like monitoring students, carrying out minor repairs, admitting tradesmen,
visitors and so much more.”
“School cleaners are facing a tough few months ahead as we all know school cleaning is on Campbell
Newman’s privatisation hit list.”
“For most schools, their cleaners have been there for many years and are an important part of the
school community, if services are outsourced, contracts will be given to the cheapest option available,
meaning school cleaners will not be as active and involved in their schools.”
“We know that school cleaners have the support of the whole community and today they will
demonstrate that support by celebrating School Cleaners Day.”
For further information contact Susan Butler on 0428189130
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