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Our education programme shares the Pure Know H2ow behind your drinking water with the next generation.

In addition to talks, our STEM ambassador team host the water supply challenge game workshop, where small groups of children can learn how to build their own network of water pipes. This activity gives students hands-on experience of working as a water engineer, while learning about how water gets to their homes.

The water supply challenge game lasts approximately 45 minutes and each game is suitable to be played with a maximum of 10 children. We can offer a maximum of three games for a 45 minute session, which can be complemented with a school talk as offered above.

In addition to talks, our STEM ambassador team host the water supply challenge game workshop, where small groups of children can learn how to build their own network of water pipes. This activity gives students hands-on experience of working as a water engineer, while learning about how water gets to their homes.

The water supply challenge game lasts approximately 45 minutes and each game is suitable to be played with a maximum of 10 children. We can offer a maximum of three games for a 45 minute session, which can be complemented with a school talk as offered above.

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Our water challenge teaches children about STEM subjects as they work to build their own water supply network with real water!

To book a school talk or the water supply challenge game for your students, please email:

education@southeastwater.co.uk

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Our annual Fishing for Schools event, held at Arlington Reservoir, teaches young people about the environment
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Charlotte Dench presented with a prize for winning the waterbutt competition advertised in our Educational pack


Know H₂ow Awards

We've recently set up the Know H₂ow Awards programme, working with key stage three students to solve real industry problems. Reacting to real-life design challenges and interacting with role models like STEM Ambassadors are both recognised as key ways to encourage students to develop an investigative and creative approach to STEM.

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Our water wish jar asks children what they want for the future of the world's water supply and what they can do to protect it.
My Water wish is to make sure that the people without healthy water get clean water.
Lara #watersafe4eva

Here's a few snaps of the students on a tour of Arlington Reservoir with our expert environmental staff and presenting their projects at our dedicated awards ceremony.

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Head of Environment, Emma Goddard, walks alongside pupils from Homewood School around Arlington Reservoir.
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Our Biodiversity Lead, Richard Dyer, takes pupils from Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys around Arlington Reservoir.

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Students from Invicta Grammar School walk the footpath around Arlington Reservoir with NEP Surface Water Catchment Management Lead, Simon Lohrey.
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Students from Invicta Grammar School and Homewood Academy visit our Fishing Lodge at Arlington to hear about the environmental work we do in and around our sites.