Congratulations to Calthorpe Park School in the UK for winning Global Team of the Week!
The Calthorpe Eco Club have completed many challenges within Global Water which allowed them to host a water festival in early May.
The Eco club were able to show what they had learned to 250 other students within the school. They held stalls that covered topics such as the global scarcity of water, the secret water that is hidden in everyday items and the importance of recycling amongst many others. It was a pleasure to visit the water festival and see all the students learning a lot whilst having great fun. We came away with some great photos!
Well done to everyone involved in the Calthorpe Eco Club! We hope you enjoy your prizes!
Completing Challenges will help you climb the Water Explorer leaderboard. In addition, your project work can be used to support CREST and Eco-Schools Awards.
CREST Award (British Science Association)
Each year, over 32,000 CREST Awards are undertaken by 11-to-19-year-olds, giving them opportunities to explore real-world science, technology, engineering and maths projects in an exciting way.
Use Water Explorer Challenges as a basis for a CREST Bronze Award. To get the Award, you’ll need to spend at least 10 hours on your project. Find out more about CREST Bronze Award here.
Tackle Water Explorer Challenges and gather evidence to apply for an Eco-Schools Award. Challenges address several Eco-School topics including Water, Waste, Biodiversity and Global Citizenship. Take the plunge and go for your Green Flag Award! Find out more about Eco-Schools England here.
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