Thames Tideway (Tunnelworks) project

An average of 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage overflows into the River Thames each year from London's Victorian sewerage system. This collection contains series of teaching and learning resources linking mathematics and science to the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, a major new sewer that will help protect the River Thames from increasing pollution. The collection includes an introductory video and resources covering topics in key stages three, four and five.

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Tunnelworks: Introductory Video

Tunnelworks is a series of teaching and learning resources linking mathematics and science to the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, a major new sewer that will help protect the River Thames from increasing pollution. Background to the project is given in this...

Engineer with me videos: a day in the life of apprentices on London’s Super Sewer and Tideway's 100th apprentice

The Thames Tideway Tunnel project is a major new sewer that will help protect the River Thames from increasing pollution. This set of three short videos looks at firstly,  A Day In the Life of what apprentice civil engineers, project managers and quantity surveyors working on London's Super Sewer do on a...

London rocks

Tunnelworks is a series of teaching and learning resources linking mathematics and science to the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, a major new sewer that will help protect the River Thames from increasing pollution. Background to the project is given in the ...

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Tunnelworks is a series of teaching and learning resources linking mathematics and science to the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, a major new sewer that will help protect the River Thames from increasing pollution. Background to the project is given in the introductory video...

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