Cleaning boss opens company’s doors to aid his former school

Far left, Mick Jones, year 11 tutor (Hinde House School), third from right, Maths teacher Mary Pepper (Hinde House School), and far right Winston Campbell, Gems Hygiene's development supervisor and children from year 11 year group, Hinde House School
Far left, Mick Jones, year 11 tutor (Hinde House School), third from right, Maths teacher Mary Pepper (Hinde House School), and far right Winston Campbell, Gems Hygiene's development supervisor and children from year 11 year group, Hinde House School
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CLEANING products supplier Gems Hygiene has been helping Hinde House school in Sheffield by turning its offices in to class rooms in the run up to the GCSE exams.

Year 11 tutor Mick Jones said: “We are really grateful to Dave Campbell and his team at Gems for providing us with this opportunity to offer a refreshing change for this group of pupils.

“After a long term of hard work and exam revision it is easy for pupils to become distracted and fatigued.

“In a new environment we were able to get the best out of the group and achieve one final revision push before the exams.”

Company boss Dave Campbell, a former Hinde House pupil who has strong links with the school, said: “Supporting the local community is a real priority for Gems and on this occasion we hope that it will have helped the pupils achieve the strong results that they are looking for. Having attended the school myself, it is a pleasure to be able to give something back.”