Pupil Pipeline Challenge

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Schools across the UK are encouraged to get involved in the Pupil Pipeline Challenge between May 23 and 27.

Devised by WaterAid, it aims to raise awareness of the global water crisis through a number of educational resources and encourages pupils to devise innovative ways to transport water along a line without spilling a drop.

Pupil Pipeline will also help raise funds for the charity as all pupils taking part will be asked to donate £2 (the cost of one metre of pipeline to provide clean water) or an amount of their choice.

Money raised will help bring clean water and good sanitation to children around the world, including to those at Simango School in Zambia.

Science, design technology and geography lesson plans, assembly plans, presentations and a film, as well as stickers and posters for children taking part are available once teachers have signed up.


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