Find out how your school can become waterwise in 3 easy steps!
Check out this video to find out how your school can join the program.
Become a Waterwise School in 3 simple steps:
Compile your submission showing evidence that your school has addressed each of the following 4 steps. Once you have completed all 4 sections, email or post it to the Waterwise Schools Program Coordinator.
Your submission must include:
- Water in the curriculum – provide at least 1 sample of water work from each year level in the school. All year levels from PP–10 should participate in water activities. Samples can include Water Corporation online lessons, lessons from other organisations, captioned photos, posters, mindmaps, essays, water related incursions or excursions.
- National Water Week – all Waterwise Schools are expected to participate in National Water Week activities each year. On school letterhead, write a short statement about what you plan to do or what you did during National Water Week.
- Community awareness – provide 3 samples of how you did this. For example, school newsletter/daily notices featuring water saving tips, Twitter, blog or Facebook posts, school website or copies of media articles from the local newspaper relating to your school’s involvement in water related activities.
- Develop your Action Plan – the first Action Plan is established during your submission and a new Action Plan is submitted at the beginning of each year.
Your Waterwise Recognition Ceremony is an opportunity for students to showcase their work to the community, and celebrate your school's achievements.
We will present your school with a framed recognition certificate and the Waterwise Coordinator will be given a similar certificate to acknowledge their contribution to the program.
To book your ceremony please complete our Recognition ceremony form and email it to email@example.com
Check out this video of the submission from Bletchley Park Primary School
Why join the program?
The program provides excellent teaching and learning opportunities, that can make your job as a teacher easier and your students’ learning more enjoyable.
You'll also help to educate young people about water so that they have the knowledge and skills to make sound water management decisions in the future.
Waterwise schools become water education role models in the community. More than 560 WA schools have already become waterwise, since we launched this award winning program in 1995.
Our Waterwise Schools Program is free, offering these exclusive benefits to actively participating schools:
- professional learning sessions
- free promotional resources
- networking events
- free gardener training
- exclusive discounts and offers
- permanent school sign and membership logo
To find out more about the program please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (08) 9420 3988.