Year 1 Pupils at Churchdown Village Infant School were visited by Kate King and Grant Mitchell, Community County Leads at Severn Trent Water, on the 27th April. The visit was to improve pupils’ awareness of water and waste water consumption and treatment.
Assembly – Pupils took part in an assembly learning about global and local water use.
Workshop – Pupils leant about the water cycle though slides and a song, and built water filters as we put their water knowledge to the test in practical group activities.
Severn Trent: “It’s so important to educate people about water conservation when they’re young, so they save water without thinking about it later on in life. It’s easy to take our readily available supply of water for granted, but going into schools to talk to pupils is an invaluable way to make sure it’s sustainable in the future."
If you are interested in taking part in the Severn Trent Water education programme go to www.stwater.co.uk/leisure-and-learning to learn more!