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NI Water Bus brings lessons about the Water Cycle to St John’s Primary School, Co Tyrone

11 September 2018 10:59

Boys and girls from St John’s Primary School, Kingsisland, Coalisland on the Water Bus.

The NI Water Bus visited St John’s Primary School, Kingsisland, Coalisland to tell children in Primary 4,5,6 and 7 all about the Water Cycle. Children heard about how water is stored in reservoirs as well as how water is cleaned before it gets into our taps.

The Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils got reminders on the importance of putting only the three Ps, pee, poo and paper into the toilet, as well as tips on how to save water, like not running the tap when you’re brushing your teeth and taking showers rather than baths.

Information on all of NI Water’s key messages and campaigns can be found by logging on to www.niwater.com

Photo Caption: Boys and girls from St John’s Primary School, Kingsisland, Coalisland on the Water Bus.

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