Water in Schools
Water Coolers Direct is dedicated to the provision of water to schools in the UK. To help concerned parents and teachers find out more we have compiled the following articles relating to the provision of water in schools.
BBC - Water coolers to help pupils think
A water company launches a campaign to encourage children to drink more at school - to boost concentration spans.
BBC - Water improves school test results
An experiment in Scotland suggests that pupils' test results improve if they drink more water.
Kidney Research - Water in Schools
Kidney Research and the Water in Schools campaign
Kidshealth.org - Why Drinking Water Is the Way to Go
All living things need water to survive, whether they get it from a water fountain, a rain cloud, or a bottle in a hamster cage! Find out more in this article for kids.
Teachernet - Drinking water
The medical profession has been telling us for many years that children do not drink enough during the school day and that the resulting dehydration contributes to a number of short-term and long-term health problems.
Teachernet - Food and drink in schools
Get school children to eat and drink healthily
Teachernet - Hydration in schools
Increasing numbers of schools are devising their own hydration policies to ensure that pupils are given the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Teachernet - Water management
Water management: Water awareness, good housekeeping and developing a water policy
Water is Cool in School
The Water is Cool in School Campaign aims to improve the quality of provision and access to fresh drinking water for children in UK primary and secondary schools.
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