Complement your students’ learning through site tours and discussions with local experts from our business. From engineering and chemistry, to ecology and communication, our people are eager to engage with like-minded students who are looking to create their future, and the future for South Australia.
Peek in the Well
Our water experts come to your classroom to lead a 45-60 minute session on topics including:
- the water cycle and water efficiency - using water wisely and effectively
- source to tap - how we get safe, clean drinking water to your taps at home
- wastewater – what happens when water goes down the drain
- water treatment - a more technical look at how we deliver safe, clean drinking water
- recycled water – the environmental benefits of reusing treated wastewater
- desalination - how we turn seawater into safe, clean drinking water.
These talks can be adapted to suit all year levels and the content can be tailored to fit specific learning outcomes being taught to your class. Presentations can be given to up 60 students, with an option to run multiple sessions on the same day at your school.
See available dates to secure one of our Peek in The Well experts.
Regional and remote schools can have local experts visit or to connect with our Adelaide-based team through live virtual presentations. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
*Please note, we are currently working to ensure our tours can be conducted in a COVID-Safe manner. If you book a tour of one of our sites, please be aware that we cannot currently guarantee your booking will go ahead, particularly if South Australia experiences a COVID-19 outbreak. Thank you for your understanding*
Water Education and Testing (WET) Kit
The WET Kit gives students the opportunity to learn about different water sources from across South Australia and how they are managed and treated. Students will taste a variety of waters and dive into water aesthetics. Using the kit, students will also take part in basic water testing to see how water aesthetics are affected by the source. To secure your WET Kit, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students undertaking research projects about water can contact us for information at email@example.com.