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In 2015, Scottish Water and SPFL Trust launch H2-O campaign in East Fife


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H2-O education programme

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In 2015 and 2016, Scottish Water and The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) Trust teamed up to bring a new education programme to selected Scottish primary schools. 

h20 IrvineThe H2-O programme focused on the relationship between water, hydration and physical activity. It combines a physical and mental workout for pupils which emphasises the importance of staying hydrated and physically active. Each 90-minute session was delivered by professional club community football coaches who are affiliated with the Scottish Professional Football League.

The session is split into two parts and involves a 40-minute interactive classroom based session focusing on ‘The Water Cycle’ and ‘Our Bodies and Water’. Pupils then take part in a 40-minute physical activity session which involves dribbling a football around cones in different ways depending on what water-related word is shouted out.

To deliver the programme in 2015, Scottish Water and the SPFL Trust worked in partnership with three professional clubs: East Fife; Elgin City and Queen of the South. In 2016, we worked with three more professional clubs: Kilmarnock, Morton and Queen’s Park.The programme, which is absolutely free for schools to take part in, reached a total of around 3,000 young people across the 3 clubs’ local areas.

Scottish Water and the SPFL Trust’s H2-O programme was a shortlisted finalist at the Football Business Awards, held at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge stadium in London, under the Best Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) scheme category.

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