Support for schools

Education is vital for children and adults too. We take education seriously, whether it's by providing easy access to information about how our company operates, or through the initiatives we take into schools and the community.

We support schools through all key stages and across the curriculum. Many of our programmes look at the ways in which water impacts on our lives.


Education pack

'Be a Water Hero' launch assembly

Why not check out our new campaign video, made with real members of the community with a passion for their beach.

A huge thanks to Tom Evans from the Environment Agency in Sussex, Dave Melmoth from Joss Bay Surf School in Kent and Vanessa Churchman from the Isle of Wight... Of course, the real stars of the show are the beautiful beaches in our region - we hope you enjoy it!

'Be a Water Hero' poster

Self Delivery Assembly - 'Beware the Unflushable'

Self Delivery Assembly - 'Water efficiency'

Sixteen and beyond

The end of school shouldn't mean you stop learning. Whether you're looking for a job, curious about what we do or after some more detailed information about our company, please see about us.


Waterwise packs

Our Waterwise activity pack, aimed at group leaders who work with 7-11 year olds, using simple activities is ideal for use in schools, scouts, guides, after-school and holiday clubs.

Water for schools

Water is vital for a healthy lifestyle, better concentration and happy learning. We provide water bottles for schools and other youth groups at a discounted rate.

Order your discounted bottles here


Southern Water is an Official Friend of Eco-Schools England

A Friend of Eco-Schools England is a Keep Britain Tidy-recognised provider of high-quality education for sustainability resources, services or experiences.

A Friend’s aims, objectives and ethos align with those of the Eco-Schools Programme and they share a commitment to the development of education for sustainability. Keep Britain Tidy is an independent charity and the national operator of the Eco-Schools programme in England.

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