We Love Water

Wellbeing EducationThe ‘We Love Water’ education package engages children and adults to learn about the importance of hydration. Our interactive theatre based workshops, delivered by actors from the Hazlitt Arts Centre, are supported by activity sheets, pee charts, water bottles and hydration solutions.

 

‘Involve Me and I’ll Understand’

In conjunction with the Hazlitt Arts Centre, we have created a series of theatre based workshops that are fun, interactive and educational, explaining why we need to drink water.

The drama based, actor led sessions are developed specifically for each Key Stage and are designed to teach children and young people to adopt hydration as a life skill at home and at school.

 

Activity Sheets

Our activity sheets are linked back to the ‘We Love Water’ workshops. Characters are reintroduced and key messages explained to ensure the hydration ‘story’ is something that is remembered and best of all is fun!

The activities fit into Key Stage learning and can be delivered on their own or as part of other subject lessons such as Biology, PE or PSHE and can also be adapted to include subject matter around healthy eating, numeracy and literacy.

 

Vital Skills

  • Learning Life skills
  • Fun and Engaging
  • Theatre Based Learning
  • Actor Led Sessions
  • Delivered as part of lessons or PSHE

 

Hydration Solutions

We offer hydration solutions to suit all sizes of organisations, from high volume mains fed coolers to small, portable pull along units. Let us survey your site for free and we’ll tell you what we think!

Our reusable drinking bottles are available to buy in two sizes, 300ml and 500ml and in a range of colours. They are non spill, dishwasher safe and have a child friendly mouthpiece. Plain bottles are also available with printing options for your logo or design.

Wellbeing Education

What Next?

We’re constantly searching for new innovative ways to incorporate wellbeing into everyday life, take a look at our blog posts or give us a call and see how you can too!

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