We' re still here to support you. In response to the Corona Virus - we have gone digital
We work across a whole range of educational settings from primary to higher education establishments, and home learners. We offer interactive virtual sessions linked to the curriculum and workshops for STEM and Careers events, plus a series of online lessons and resource packs that can be delivered in school or virtually.
For primary schools our virtual lessons are:
- A water session focusing on the water cycle, the clean water treatment process and water efficiency.
- A sewerage session focusing on the water recycling process, micro - organisms, and pollutions. Both full of fun investigations linked to the curricuclum (Science, Geography and Sustainability)
- An Engineering session where the students plan, build and test a water tower structure.
- A session looking at the water treatment process and our this impacts our own water footprint and what we can do to mitigate those impacts.
We are continuing our work to support STEM and careers events through viritual workshops.
Our Comunity Education Team comprises of qualified, experienced teachers with current DBS checks. There is no charge for any of our sessions.
Our Community Education Team
Our Community Education Team comprises qualified, experienced teachers with current DBS checks and they’re happy to visit your school or if you’re near, visit us at our water recycling site in Chelmsford. All sessions are free.
Teacher Mildmay Junior School
“Fantastic! A thoroughly absorbing visit; very well organised and informative. The children were engaged and learnt so much - the perfect start to our water topic."
Come and visit our purpose-built education centre at Chelmsford water recycling site. Spend a day touring the site and taking part in fun interactive educational sessions.
We also offer interactive educational outreach sessions tailored for students from foundation to further education, run by our Community Education Team. Find out when we’re in your area.
Changes introduced in April 2017, means schools buy the water they use from licensed water retailers. For on-going advice and support about your water supply, schools should contact their retailer.
Our education service offers curriculum-linked sessions to support teachers and students in the areas we operate.
Our Community Education Team has developed a range of resources to aid your learning around water. These include teachers’ resources packs with activities, posters, games and more. Divided into primary and secondary, they’re designed to enrich your curriculum and Eco School status and are free to download.
These resources may also be useful for Cubs, Brownies and youth groups.