Water is our most precious resource and we all have a responsibility to look after it. To help support learning about water in schools and community groups we have a range of free downloadable resources, covering everything from the water cycle to how to look after the water in our environment.
Climate change pack designed to help you and your students at Key Stages 3 and 4 understand the issues of climate change in a local setting. It also links to the geography modules of the Curriculum.
Growing for the future
Explore our Growing for the future pack, where your pupils can create their own sustainable water gardens to grow their own fruit and veg. We’ll advise on what to plant and how to create a sustainable garden that needs little water.
School water audit
This free water audit pack can help you and your students (primary and secondary), reduce water use at school. It’s particularly useful if you’re working on the Eco Schools water topic and will help you achieve your Green Flag. The audit also supports your school action plan, collecting data on your school’s water use and involving your community.
Our make rain happy pack is a free online resource that highlights the impact of more people and growing towns have on the local environment and looks at sustainable ways to return rain water back into the water cycle.
an introduction to Sustainable Drainage Solutions (SuDS)
Their importance in helping to protect our environment
what we’re doing at Anglian Water to help prevent flooding
class challenges to understand SuDS
top tips and activities to help you include SuDS features in your home, school or community.
Water efficiency: Drop 20 for Key Stages 3 and 4
Water conservation starts here!
It’s official – Anglian Water is recorded to be the driest region in the UK with an expected average rainfall of 600 mm. The UK average is 838 mm.
Every drop counts
Use these resources to support teaching and learning about the vital role water plays in our lives and how we need to use it wisely to help sustain a healthy environment.
A thinking skills lesson to deepen students’ understanding of drought. They’re asked to classify and sequence 21 cards to answer the mystery question, ‘Why would we still be in a drought and possibly have a hosepipe ban, even if it rained a lot in the summer?’