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Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’. After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container. We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe. It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3.

Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 1
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 2
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 3
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 4
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 5
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 6
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 7
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 8
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 9
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 10
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 11
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 12
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 13
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 14
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 15
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 16
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 17
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 18
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 19
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 20
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 21
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 22
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 23
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 24
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 25
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 26
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 27
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 28
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 29
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 30
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 31
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 32
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 33
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 34
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 35
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 36
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 37
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 38
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 39
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 40
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 41
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 42
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 43
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 44
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 45
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 46
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 47
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 48
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 49
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 50
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 51
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 52
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 53
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 54
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 55
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 56
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 57
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 58
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 59
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 60
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 61
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 62
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 63
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 64
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 65
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 66
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 67
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 68
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 69
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 70
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 71
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 72
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 73
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 74
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 75
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 76
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 77
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 78
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 79
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 80
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 81
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 82
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 83
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 84
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 85
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 86
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 87
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 88
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 89
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 90
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 91
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 92
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 93
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 94
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 95
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 96
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 97
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 98
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 99
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 100
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 101
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 102
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 103
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 104
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 105
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 106
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 107
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 108
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 109
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 110
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 111
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 112
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 113
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 114
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 115
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 116
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 117
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 118
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 119
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 120
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 121
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 122
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 123
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 124
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 125
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 126
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 127
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 128
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 129
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 130
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 131
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 132
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 133
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 134
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 135
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 136
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 137
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 138
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 139
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 140
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 141
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 142
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 143
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 144
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 145
Year 3’s Trip to Thames Water Sewage Treatment Works in Slough First, we got on the warm, cosy coach and when we got there we met our leader Liz. In the classroom, we watched a video explaining how we get clean water and the Water Cycle. Next, 3 volunteers held bottles of water. Each bottle had a different item in it: toilet paper, wet wipes and flushable wipes. We then shook the bottles. We found that the toilet paper broke down in the water but the wipes (including the flushable wipes) had not changed. We learnt to ‘bin it don’t block it’.  After that, we did a fun experiment where we put a mixture of yeast and sugar into a container with warm water, which then made a chemical reaction by blowing up a balloon with gas on the top of the container.  We had a tour around the sewage works and we met people who worked there. We had to wear high visibility jackets, hard helmets and protective gloves to keep us safe.  It was a little bit stinky but we enjoyed it! A big thanks to Mrs Duckworth, Mr Meats, Mrs Clark, Mrs Allen, Sam, Liz, Miss Guest and the bus driver! Written by Class 3. 146
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