URBAN FOX CONTROL IN SCHOOLS
Most School Site Manager's and Head Teacher's that
ask me for help are mainly concerned with the
persistent fox fouling & urination on the school's
entrances and pavements as well as causing damage to
plants, folliage and the digging holes on the sports
Other call-outs include foxes gaining entry into or under
buildings and the constant presence of foxes during the
day; preventing children going outside.
I have attended school's where foxes managed to access the
roof voids directly above classrooms.
Children should always be encouraged to wash their hands.
Immatured hygiene displayed by some children may be a
cause for concern if foxes are active around the school.
'Hand in mouth' is common behaviour amongst young
This immature hygiene is a genuine cause for concern if
foxes are regularly present.
Some school staff express concerns over the close
proximity foxes get to the children whilst out playing
Moving foxes from one area to another is not appropriate in
terms of disease management or considered humane.
A free, no obilgation report & quotation is provided
for Schools in London / Essex areas.
Call 07930573934 to arrange a free inspection survey.
References from other schools are available on request.
A copy of my CRB disclosure is available on request for schools
School's can also find me below:
Moving foxes from one area to another is not appropriate in terms of disease management or