Teenager George Rosenfeld spent his 14th birthday in Zambia to see first-hand how the £16,500 he has raised for WaterAid is helping create a better future for children his own age by improving access to safe water and sanitation.
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Robinsfield Infant School
"We chose WaterAid's 'Bottle It' activity. Using the resources has been a brilliant opportunity to teach children about the importance of water and sanitation. The resources also helped the children think about how they can contribute to a global community as responsible citizens.
"The activities got the children talking about water - we raised £685.89 just from empty water bottles!" - Georgie Dart, teacher.
Archbishop Tenison's School
Staff and pupils at Archbishop Tenison's School have been using WaterAid resources in their lessons. The boys designed campaign posters and created a script for a short film. Learning about WaterAid's simple solutions like rope pumps and composting loos gave the boys something to focus their fundraising on.
"Showing their film to the whole school gave them a real sense of pride and achievement. They chose a simple penny throwing competition as a way of raising money." - Ms Ceasar, teacher