STAFF and pupils at Greenmill Primary School took the plunge into a activity-filled Water Week.

Their task was to raise awareness about the importance of water and the school's eco-committee, along with Mrs Thomson and Miss McTaggart has been working hard to organise a water experience for all pupils and parents/carers.

These water workshops have involved water experiments, saving water tips through games created by the eco-committee, an interactive quiz to test everyone’s water knowledge and water challenges outside in our outdoor classroom.

Pupils have also been encouraged to raise money for Water Aid through spending a penny in an unused toilet outside our Head Teacher’s office.

The eco-committee has also been busy preparing a presentation to share with the whole school to encourage us to save water and explain the need for clean water in developing countries.

Finally, the whole school was wearing blue to raise awareness of the importance of water and to share this vital message far and wide.