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2745 teams are registered...
2745 Water Explorer teams are registered to take action so far...
Water Explorers in 2745 teams are helping to fill our future with water for all...
THAT’S 65% OF OUR TARGET, TO HELP REACH IT PLEASE...
Help us to our target
That's 65% of our target, to help
THAT’S 65% OF OUR TARGET, TO HELP REACH IT PLEASE...

Water Explorer encourages students aged 8-14 from 11 countries to take bold and powerful action to save our precious water through fun, interactive water saving Missions. Take a look at our infographic to see its fantastic results

Hear directly from children and their teacher about their fun-filled, educational experience of Water Explorer in this short video. 

A flexible programme

Whether you are a small club or hoping to run a whole school project, Water Explorer can be adapted to best fit your learning objectives and the time that you have available. All of the Challenges are fully resourced and student-led, so the programme requires very little planning.

However you choose to dip in, you will gain:

• Access to hundreds of lesson-ready resources 

• The chance to win prizes and awards that recognises students’ achievements

• The opportunity for children to immerse themselves in a global issue

An international focus 

With over 2600 enthusiastic teams, spanning 11 countries, Water Explorer gives students the opportunity to collaborate with their fellow Water Explorers across oceans on an international scale. An innovative way to enthuse future generations to be global citizens, acting locally and thinking globally.

In the United Kingdom

Whether you're looking for a way to find out more about water, tackle an SDG, or simply try some fun,  dive into our water saving Missions and join our Water Explorer community! To set up a team, all you need is a group of young people aged 8-14 and group leader to run the sessions. We welcome classes, year groups, Scouts, Brownies, Cubs and Guides, Eco-clubs, faith groups, after-school groups, and everything else in between!

Water Explorer is supported by the
HSBC Water Programme
in association with