Key stage 2

Key Stage 2

Supporting the national curriculum at key stage 2 

Our education programme offers key stage 2 pupils the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the impact humans have on the water environment.

Water and the environment are an increasingly important part of the national curriculum and our education team is available to support teachers and pupils. 

All the activities delivered by our education team are tailor made to meet both the individual needs of pupils and the objectives of the national curriculum.

The programmes we offer can be enjoyed within the school environment or at one of our eight education centres within the region.

We offer a variety of school-based activities including:

assemblies for the whole school or individual year groups

STEM workshops 

interactive lessons covering science, geography, history, technology, English and maths.

These sessions can be supported by a visit to one of our education centres which gives pupils the opportunity to have practical experience and gain a better understanding and appreciation of the outdoors and the environment.

These visits are complemented with structured tailor made programmes, supporting worksheets and excellent resources.

Available all year round, our services are a perfect complement to lessons taught in the classroom.

The water cycle

Follow water on its journey through the environment from the first drop of rain to treatment works, taps and rivers. Use your mouse to explore each scene and use the bottom toolbar to navigate.

Open the Water Cycle

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