The Water Module assists schools to reduce water use and save on bills.
Water is a valuable resource, especially in our changing climate.
When students understand where water comes from and the processes involved in getting water to the school, they will better understand how precious it is and how best to use it.
Water efficiency helps schools to:
The Water Module assists schools to reduce water use and save on bills. Schools can improve water use on school grounds and through partnering with their community on river health, waterway protection and coastal care projects.
The Water Module involves 3 key areas:
Save water by assessing the way water is used in the school through audits, creating a water plan, managing water usage in your grounds and school yard, retrofitting and new technology as well as maintenance.
Explore curriculum activities that engage students in learning to be more sustainable users of water.
Embed sustainability and being water smart into the life of the school and wider community.
If signing up and committing to the ResourceSmart Schools program it is recommended to start and complete the Core Module first then proceed with other modules in any order or the same time. If not signing up to the program, schools can utilise the Water resources to become more sustainable.
Complete 6 compulsory actions and a minimum of 22 of the 33 recommended actions to meet certification requirements.
18 July 2022 – A list of all actions to help each school through the ResourceSmart Schools program Water Module.
1 August 2022 – Use this yearly action plan template to reflect the activities your school would like to undertake to improve water conservation.
26 November 2020 – Tools to assist schools to undertake their annual water audit.
18 July 2019 – Helping schools to build sustainability into their curriculum in all subject areas from foundation to grade 6.
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