Educational resources

Ann helping kids

Curious about water? We have prepared education resources that are fun to use, both in the classroom and at home.

It’s no surprise that we love talking about water, there is so much to learn! To help you educate, inform and advocate we offer a range of educational resources.

Our education resources are tailored for both primary and secondary schools, as well as a specially created program for English as an additional language schools in the community.

All our educational programs focus on the importance of valuing water as a resource, ways that water can be saved around the home and how we manage water and sewerage.

Please note: our education program resources were developed by City West Water before we joined with Western Water to become Greater Western Water. Stay tuned while we develop a new education program for Greater Western Water for 2022.

Classroom incursions

Our love for water means we offer a range of free educational water lessons and resources to schools in our service area.

Ann, our Education Officer, brings a wealth of knowledge and a bag full of goodies to actively engage your Prep to Year 8 students.

Our school water lessons are a little bit science-y and a whole lot of fun. If you would like Ann to visit your school in the near future, please complete the education session booking form.


Education at home

During this time of students being educated in the home, we have added a number of resources that don’t require a classroom setting to complete.

These education resources incorporate water across the curriculum using printable worksheets to support a wide variety of activities and have been chosen to allow students, teachers and parents, the ability to study water in a home environment.

If you require any assistance or would like to be notified when new resources have been added, please email us.

Need some EAL resources?

Here at Greater Western water we offer a range of education resources for English as an Additional Language customers.

EAL Resources

Meet Ann, our community educator!

Listen to Ann read stories about our most precious resource; water. 

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