Community & Environment
- Schools' Educational Programme
- Tour of Bough Beech Reservoir and Treatment Works
- Water Treatment Talk
- Saving Water Assembly
- Saving Water Workshop
- Water for Health Talk
- Living without safe water
- Teacher Resource Pack
- The Water Cycle
- The Water Supply Challenge
- Charities we support
- Our environment
- Our water resources
- Water for health
- Beating bogus callers
The Water Supply Challenge
Are your students up to the Challenge!
Secondary school students can now discover how to become real life engineers in our award winning Water Supply Challenge.
The Water Supply Challenge simulates a real engineering project. Working in teams they will plan, buy materials, construct and commission a viable water supply network.
In addition to increasing students' awareness and understanding of engineering, water treatment and water supply issues, it also helps to develop key life skills such as team working, problem solving and communication.
This free facilitated session is cross curricular, incorporating aspects of science, geography and design & technology.
Sessions for up to 36 pupils can be tailored to requirements but typically last a minimum of two hours.
We look forward to seeing you!