WfW supports schools in strengthening competences concerning the subject water. Partner schools promote drinking tap water instead of bottled water, their teachers integrate Education for Sustainable Development with a focus on water, and the pupils design projects in which they apply their acquired knowledge independently.
WHOLE SCHOOL APPROACH
The stainless steel bottle is the ambassador of the concept in school life and beyond. The support of WfW project work contributes to the sustainable use of water throughout Switzerland as well as in Zambia and Mozambique.
Inclusion of all stakeholders
Partner schools will implement the concept at all levels. School management, teachers, pupils and parents will jointly create a new school water culture.
Cooperation with municipal services such as the local water supplier creates significant added value. With WfW OFFICE, WfW offers a concept for non-school institutions and supports them in their networking efforts.
Details of the partnership will be agreed with each school. We will gladly visit schools interested in learning more about the concept as well as the various options available for implementation.
Drinking tap water
WfW supplies partner schools with carafes, glasses and stainless steel bottles, as required, to promote the drinking of tap water in schools and for various school events.
Organising a Water Day
Partner schools conduct a Water Day in cooperation with WfW once a year. The event is organised largely by the pupils, who operate their own school lessons. In addition, they will be encouraged to have fun collecting donations for WfW projects in Zambia and Mozambique.
WfW supplies partner schools with info material as required. These make the added value of tap water visible every day - for example when placed next to a tap in the classroom.
Partner schools support WfW with an annual contribution to cover the costs. The amount depends on the WfW service requested. The costs for providing the initial service package are included in the tailored offer.