Games, films and songs
Our new game is aimed at children and families, but also the big kid in all of us!
Get your KS3 and KS4 pupils playing Water Quest and help choose solutions to the water crisis.
Let's find those pesky germs and get our hands super clean!
Walk for Water
Discover the challenges of collecting water through this fun snakes and ladders style game.
A world of water!
Explore the importance of this vital resource, take a look at the water cycle, and find out how health and livelihoods are affected when you don't have taps or toilets.
Check out this playlist to find a wide array of films that are suitable to show in classrooms to help students learn about the importance of water, sanitation and hygiene.
Grace is just one of millions without clean water and decent toilets. We want to reach everyone, everywhere with these essentials by 2030, and we need your help.
11-year-old Lala from Madagascar has been collecting water twice a day since the age of four. Walk with Lala and listen to her story.
What's the link?
It only takes a tap, a toilet and a bar of soap to help prevent undernutrition. Meet Tanisha and her children, and discover how in our short film.
Stool Wars – episode 1
A long time ago in a restroom far far away, there was a battle station called the Dung Star. Episode 1 sees Hands Soapy and Loo Skytoilet strike back.
Stool Wars – episode 2
The Dung Star battle station is back for an epic second episode! This time, Super Toilet and his super sanitation team take on the evil genius that is Fart Vader.
Stool Wars – episode 3
The final instalment of the Stool Wars trilogy is here! Watch as Super Toilet and his sanitation rebels fight to bring hygiene back to the galaxy.
The Adventures of Super Toilet – part 1
Watch Super Toilet and his friends from the Super Hygiene Team strike fear into the heart of the villain, Vinny the Poo.
The Adventures of Super Toilet – part 2
In his second adventure, Super Toilet learns about the fascinating history of the toilet – via the Flintstones and Back to the Future!