- Customer: Berala Public School
- Product: Hydrobank School Drinking Trough
- Product: Solo Drinking Fountain and Bottle Refill Station
- Product: Hydrofil Wall Mounted Bottle Refill Station
- Artwork Option: Authentic Aboriginal Art by Luke Penrith
Leading the Way: Aboriginal Art Drinking Water Stations
Berala Public School is a multicultural community. Over 90% of its students come from non-English speaking backgrounds. Naturally, fostering inclusivity is a focus at the school. What’s more, the school is making waves in the education sector. They recently installed new, state-of-the-art drinking water stations featuring Aboriginal Art. Want to know their key goal?
Berala Public School’s Key Goal
Make drinking water more attractive! They achieved this by offering water bottle refill options. The drinking water stations all feature stunning school Aboriginal Art. This is a wonderful way to celebrate the school’s rich cultural diversity.
Innovative Drinking Water Solutions Featuring Aboriginal Art
To address these challenges, the school decided to upgrade their drinking facilities. After doing research into drinking water solutions, they turned to Civiq for help. Civiq recommended several products to offer easy access to fresh and clean water throughout the school’s campus. Civiq also offers the opportunity to feature Authentic Aboriginal Art by Luke Penrith on the Aquafil by Civiq stations.
Hydrobank School Drinking Trough
First, the school chose to install the wall-mounted Hydrobank School Drinking Trough. This station provides 3 fountains and 3 bottle refill options in 1 hygienic water station. This is an ideal solution when you have many students seeking to access water at the same time. The drinking trough features a large panel displaying vibrantly coloured Aboriginal Art.
Solo Drinking Fountain and Bottle Refill Station
Secondly, the school wanted to include access to water near the play and P.E. space where students like to gather. The compact and cost-effective Solo drinking fountain and bottle refill station suited the brief perfectly. Small in size, it comes packed with 2 places to refill a bottle and 1 fountain. The green Aboriginal Art suits the schools mural and makes for an attractive feature in the landscape.
Hydrofil Bottle Refill Station
Lastly, they selected the wall mounted Hydrofil. This drinking water station includes 4 bottle refill points. The unit can be mounted above the existing plumbing infrastructure. This makes for a cost-effective and hygienic way to add more options to refill a water bottle. Again, Aboriginal Art adds an attractive element to the space.
Celebrate Aboriginal Art and Culture
The school now boasts hygienic and stunning drinking water solutions. As a result, the hydration stations have quickly become a hit with students. They offer a variety of options for refilling water bottles. At the same time, Aboriginal Art adds a unique cultural touch, celebrating Australian Art and Culture. This reflects the school’s commitment to diversity and reconciliation.
The young learners at the school are thrilled with the new facilities. When it’s time for recess, the stations are the first thing they run to! This is a testament to the success of Berala Public School’s initiative. The new drinking water stations promote healthy habits. At the same time, the new facilities reduce the environmental impact of single-use plastic bottles. Moreover, the drinking water stations provide a platform to celebrate Aboriginal Art and Culture!
Leading by Example with Sustainable and Hygienic Solutions
Berala Public School did a fantastic job upgrading their drinking facilities. They made things better for the environment and helped students form healthy habits. They did it by adding user-friendly, hygienic and sustainable water stations. And they even added cool art celebrating Aboriginal Art and Culture. Schools like Berala Public School create a welcoming and inclusive environment by honouring diversity through art and culture.
Every Drop Makes a Difference
In conclusion, Berala Public School’s investment in hygienic and sustainable drinking solutions is commendable. The school’s success shows that a small change can make a big difference, and the benefits are clear. With their new facilities, the school leads by example and inspires others to do the same.