Clean and healthy air
Smog is a problem that has been accumulating in Krakow for many years. Despite the great location of our kindergarten, since Ruczaj is located a bit higher than the very centre of Cracow, the problem of polluted air is still very important. Particularly in autumn and winter, the PM10 and PM2.5 dust content standards are increasingly exceeded in the air. These tiny, harmful particles cause serious health problems, especially among the youngest. Children breathing four times more air per kilogram of body weight than adults, so it is important that the quality of the air they breathe is the best.
Due to the number of children, kindergartens are an ideal place for bacteria and virus to spread out. Microorganisms in the air are not indifferent to humans health, and for some children with reduced immunity system can cause a potential health risk. Little child’s immune system is constantly developing and does not always have the strength to withstand all the dangers: allergens, viruses, bacteria and yet pollutants. The results are as follows: frequent colds, fatigue and concentration problems, malaise and irritability.
Caring for the health of the youngest children
Children’s health is very important to us, so we decided to invest and improve the air quality in all kindergartens’ classrooms. Air is filtered by Philips high-quality purifiers, which significantly remove bacteria, viruses, allergens and other harmful substances.
The effect of these devices is clean and fresh air, which reduces childhood morbidity and significantly allergic symptoms. In addition, healthy and clean air improves the concentration of children and affects their well-being.Purifiers work quietly and discreetly, so they do not disturb children during classes.The additional function of these air purifying devices is to eliminate unpleasant odours.
Health Policy in Open Future Kindergarten
Please remember that to prevent illness in kindergarten you should also follow our recommendations, ie do not bring ill children to kindergarten. One ill child in a kindergarten means rapid absenteeism for several other children.