Our education centres have all been awarded the Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge.
Come and learn about what we do by visiting one of our dedicated on-site education centres.
Our purpose-built facilities give your students a memorable day out, and help us teach the next generation all about the water industry.
What to expect
We'll take students on a fun, engaging tour of our wastewater works as part of our Key Stage 2 programme. Then, our well-equipped classrooms allow visitors to take part in interactive sessions designed to link with the National Curriculum and educate about water.
Best of all, it's free!
Need more information? Take a look at our frequently asked questions
Book your visit
Find out more about the locations you can visit by exploring the pages below, then get in touch and together we'll plan a visit to suit your requirements.
Please feel free to ask us if there is something specific you would like to achieve from your visit, or you are interested in bringing a Key Stage 3 or 4 group.
To book, please email our education team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We only offer visits to schools within the Thames Water region
- Your party needs to have a minimum age of seven due to the nature of the sites
- We do not provide transport to and from the site
- We'll ask you to complete a short survey after your visit so we can gather your feedback
Didcot sewage works not only treats wastewater, but creates energy from the waste to heat local homes.More about our Didcot education centre
Not your typical sewage works, Hogsmill comes with its very own nature reserve.More about our Hogmsill education centre
Our newest education centre is now open to visitors!More about our Maple Lodge education centre
Our Slough sewage works is conveniently located near Junction 6 on the M4. It serves a growing catchment, a large proportion of which is industrial.More about our Slough education centre
Walthamstow angling academy
Our dedicated facilities are fully accessible and offer a chance for young people to learn about water and the environment.More about the angling academy