Teacher resources & applications


Clap Clap, Choose Tap early years e-book

Clap Clap, Choose TapChoose Tap is a program promoting the benefits of drinking tap water compared to bottled water and other beverages.  Choosing Tap benefits customers in all walks of life and is playing a valuable role in supporting community sport, local festivals, education, parks and gardens, the health sector, the business sector, and cafes and restaurants.

The 'Clap Clap, Choose Tap', early years e-book is a fun and interactive way to teach young children about why our bodies need water and why it's better to Choose Tap.

Click here for more about Choose Tap

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Foundation student water bottle application

waterbottle1As part of our annual education program, we offer free 600ml water bottles to the Foundation students starting school in the region. 

This program opens 1 December 2016 for the incoming Foundation students.  To place your order, please fill in the application form

Water bottles will be available for collection from your local Wannon Water office.

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Teacher newsletter

Wannon Water distributes The Wizardry of Water Education teacher newsletter each term to inform teachers of the events and activities available for schools, including National Water Week, World Water Day, tours and competitions.

The newsletter helps Wannon Water to communicate regularly with teachers throughout the district while reducing the number of printed mail-outs that Wannon Water sends to schools.

If you would like to receive this quarterly newsletter, you can subscribe here.

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Kitchen-garden pack application

KitchengardenTo support schools with their current kitchen-garden program, Wannon Water is offering each school a water-wise gardening pack valued at $100.

To request a pack for your school, simply click here to fill out the application form and tell us about the edible plants growing at your school.

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Water LiLi curriculum resources

The all new Water – Learn it! Live it! (4th edition, updated 2013) is comprehensive curriculum resource for primary and secondary school teachers.

It covers information about the water industry and contains various activities and projects.

Download:

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More information

Still want more?

Contact us for more information on our water education programs.

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