Enfield school wins Thames Water Fit to Drink! competition
Eversley Primary School in Enfield wins Fit to drink! competition
Eversley Primary School in Enfield are Fit to Drink! winners with their "Fresh, Friendly and Free" design.
Thames Water and Global Action Plan have announced the winner of the Fit to drink! schools competition.
Eversley water superheroes
The winners, from Eversley Primary School in Enfield, presented their idea as a play with three water superheroes called Fresh, Friendly and Free, battling the baddy Wonder Waste and converting him from bottled to tap water.
They presented their design along with schools from Croydon, Haringey, Islington, Lambeth and Tower Hamlets to a panel of dragons at London's historic Abbey Mills pumping station.
We were really impressed with the quality of the designs from all schools, and the diversity of how they presented them really blew us away. We had acting, superheroes, poetry, and even a rap!" Piers Clark, Thames Water’s commercial director and judge for the day
The Fit to drink! competition
Fit to Drink! challenged 7-11 year-olds to come up with a logo for Thames Water's refillable sports water bottle. Thames Water worked with Global Action Plan to recruit schools to the project, design materials and choose the winning school.
I thought the presentations were amazing. It’s a great skill to be able to stand up and give a presentation, especially at their age. We’re an eco-school so this project fits really well into our water topic." Liza Storm, Deputy Head of Tiverton Primary School in Haringey
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