Students at Eneabba Primary School will learn about our most precious resource – water – as part of its National Water Week celebrations this week. Students at Eneabba Primary School celebrate National Water Week

Teachers at the school have been educating students about the importance of saving water since 2007, through Water Corporation’s Waterwise Schools Program.

Water Corporation Mid West Regional Manager, Steve Greeve, congratulated the school for sharing the waterwise message.

 “It’s vital the next generation learn about the importance of saving water and National Water Week is the perfect opportunity to highlight this,” Mr Greevesaid.

“National Water Week is held in October each year and provides schools with a great opportunity to promote waterwise messages and hold water themed activities.

“Thank you to the teachers and students at Eneabba Primary School for your dedication to our Waterwise Schools Program and for taking part in National Water Week.”

Eneabba Primary School’s Waterwise Schools’ Program Coordinator, Robyn Patmore, said water education at the school was embedded across all year levels as part of the curriculum.   

“National Water Week is a great way of reminding the students of the importance of water conservation,” Ms Patmore said.

For more information about the Waterwise Schools Program or National Water Week, visit

  • National Water Week is held in October each year. This year's theme ‘Water - life - growth’ encourages sound water practices and investment in water sources
  • Over the past 21 years, there have been 563 Waterwise Schools recognised across Western Australia

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