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Primary outreach

Our education sessions are tailored to your students’ age and ability and run by the Community Education Team (qualified teachers with full DSB checks). We offer a range of interactive sessions which can be adapted to meet your needs.

Session for Key Stage 1 and Foundation

Interactive sessions, lasting a maximum of 45 minutes per class.
Access to sink and ability to play a DVD with sound required.

Lessons include:

Water for health - why is it important to drink water?

How much should I drink? How do I feel if I don’t drink enough? Let’s explore.

 

Water efficiency - how to look after your water wisely?

Discover why it’s important to be water wise and how to save water in your home and garden. Become a water warrior.

 

Water efficient gardening - what can you do to help save water in the garden?

Learn how to save water in the garden, but still grow beautiful plants.

 

Risk assessments available for all activities. Email us for further information.

 

Sessions for Key Stage 2


Your class can spend the whole or half a day learning about what we do at Anglian Water and how we borrow water from the natural water cycle.

 

It includes why water is important, how to be waterwise, the impact of what we put down our toilets and the effect this has on the environment and how Anglian Water uses micro-organisms to clean used water before returning it to the environment.

 

Access to sink and ability to play a DVD with sound required for most lessons.


Individual lessons take around one hour.


Lessons include:


Waterwise - learn about water efficiency

 

Are you a water warrior or a water waster? We challenge you to use as little water as possible. Let’s find out if you are up to the task?


Sink and DVD player with sound required.

 

Sewerage – make sewage soup

 

Explore the world of sewage in an interactive session by making sewage soup. Learn about the science of sewage and how to protect the environment whilst having FUN!.

 

Sink required for set up and clearing away.

 

Explore the hidden world of micro-organisms

 

How do they help us clean your sewage? You will witness our micro-organisms hard at work. Can you make your own using plasticine? Access to a computer.

 

Garden session – grow for the future

 

Find out why we all need to think about how much water we use in the garden. Learn how to make your own pots from recycled newspaper and which seeds need the least water to grow. Discover how to use different materials to retain water and make your own water feeders.

 

This lesson is best delivered outside. Risk assessments available for all activities. Email us for further information.