We are delighted to offer our exclusive KS2 1-hour virtual session. This will be exclusive to your school; we will just have your school interacting with us during the session. There is no charge for the session and is available to all schools within the Anglian Water region.


The water session includes:


  • The water cycle and Anglian Water's role in it
  • An interactive filtration investigation 
  • Water efficiency and how we can all help to ensure we all have enough of this precious resource 


We can run the session for 2 classes simultaneously using Microsoft Teams. We do ask that during the session you have a camera facing the classroom and the sound on so we can see and interact with the children.


We are now fully booked for the summer term but we now have dates available from September.


To book and see available slots please use the online booking form and we will confirm your booking.


We also have a variety of online resources you can use and download for the classroom. If you have any other questions then please email us


Secondary careers and emplyability sessions
 “ I’m really pleased one of our year 13 students was offered a Level 4 digital apprenticeship with you, it’s great to see your investment continue to turn into career destinations."
Careers lead UTCN 


Self -Delivery Resources 
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.


Primary resources


Secondary resources


Eco schools resources 


Contact us


Anglian Water - Community Education

Lancaster House Lancaster Way,

Ermine Business Park,



PE29 6XU


Email: education@anglianwater.co.uk


Notice to head teachers and school administrators 

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 resources and programmes to support teachers and students in the areas we operate.