For the past nine months, the message of hygiene and cleanliness has dominated schools, and yet not once has anyone looked down and thought about their feet. While we’ve scrubbed our hands and the surfaces they come into contact with relentlessly, our shoes – and the colony of germs locked into the soles – have run (sorry, walked in orderly fashion) free in the corridors and classrooms.

Found out how leaving footwear at the door can help schools stay cleaner and students wiser in this article in

Could a no-shoe policy help learning in the classroom?