We are delighted to launch our new education resource 'The Story of Water' which aims to inspire and educate young people on the importance of water and its conservation. The resource promotes the appreciation of local environments and waterfronts through fun and engaging activities as well as interesting facts which are brilliantly illustrated!Kate Forde, Thames Festival Trust, Head of Education and Engagement
Guided by Dr. Plumber, Plugs and their robot helpers the resource pack takes pupils on a journey of discovery through all things H2O, including the process of water filtration, the great stink and its impact today and the international clean water crisis.
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