Water way to have fun in lessons for Bushmead Primary pupils

Pupils at Bushmead Primary School in Luton were treated to a special lesson in all things water.

Saturday, 9th April 2016, 8:00 am
Water saving lesson at Bushmead School - pupils play water saving snake and ladders with Affinity Water Education Cordinator, Melissa Painter.

As part of the national Water Saving Week, Affinity Water visited the school to provide their fun water playground session to teach children about the water cycle and the importance of saving water.

The young key stage two pupils enjoyed games of ‘water saving’ bingo, giant snakes and ladders and Eco Action Twist – a game of traditional Twister but with an eco ‘twist.’

Bushmead Primary School teacher Colin Moore said: “This was a really well planned session that had fantastic outcomes for the children. They really thought carefully about how they would save water and were extremely enthusiastic during and after the session.”

For more information on how to save water or to order free water saving devices visit www.affinitywater.co.uk/savewater or for more information on Affinity Water’s award winning education services visit www.affinitywater.co.uk/education