zazen Water Ambassador Program

Teaching Australian primary school children about "The Secret of Water"

Photo Gallery

Karen Chaston, Princpal Little River School Geelong and student

Karen Chaston, Princpal Little River School Geelong and student

This picture shows Karen Chaston, Principal of Little River Primary School with a student and one of their zazen Alkaline Water systems.

Little River Primary School is in Geelong in regional Victoria.  They were the first school in the whole of Australia to have a zazen Alkaline Water system in every classroom in the school.  Well done!
Girls from NEGS, Armidale NSW
Students from NEGS Armidale, NSW Australia
This picture shows Year 7 girls from New England Armidale School (NEGS) in Armidale, which is in country New South Wales in Australia.

They are holding their seed experiment after successfully settting it up in class.  Well done girls 🙂

If you have completed any of the zazen Water Ambassador lessons, be sure to email us your photos and we will add them to this site as soon as we receive them!!

Vanessa our Marketing guru helping students make their Gratitude Coasters

Vanessa our Marketing Guru with Kimberley Park State School Students

This picture shows Vanessa Drummond, our Marketing Director at zazen, making Gratitude Coasters with 2 lovely boys from Years 3 and 4 at Kimberley Park State School in Brisbane.

As some of you know, in Lesson 3 you get to make Gratitude Coasters to sit your water bottles on at your desk.

These coasters send a happy feeling or vibration through the water in your bottle, so that when you drink it, you feel happy too!

You get to make your own coaster, so it is unique and has all the happy words you like and the colours you like! 

Janet our CEO with boys from Kimberley Park State School

Janet our CEO with boys from Kimberley Park State School

This picture shows Janet Parker, our CEO or Chief Executive Officer at zazen, setting up the Seed Experiment with her 3 helpers from Years 3 and 4 at Kimberley Park State School in Brisbane.

As some of you know, in Lesson 1 we begin our fun Seed Experiment where we setup 3 different plates all with the same seeds, and the only thing that is different is the type of water that we use to water the seeds so that they grow.

In this experiment you learn that “Not all Water is the Same”.  Did you know that?

Sounds strange huh!  But wait until you do your own seed experiment, and you will see what we mean!  And you can add your comments about your seed experiment at the bottom of this page!

 
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