On Friday 12th January, Alan Mak MP, Becky O’Melia (Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust) and parents of the presenters came to listen to a Pollinator Promise Presentation by pupils from Years 5 & 6. Pupils from Year 6 also submitted questions to Alan Mak MP, many of which focussed on pollinators and the […]
Many, many congratulations on winning a BEES’ NEEDS CHAMPIONS award from DEFRA. Olivia, Catie, Alex, Heidi, Ingrid and Laura travelled to Kew Gardens on Monday to present to a room of bee friendly projects. Mr Symmonds, Mrs Donnovan and Miss Newman were very proud of them!
Miss Newman, Darcy from Year Six , Mrs James and Mrs McLeish have chosen the top seven badge designs. Well done to Ruby, Kate, Keiran, Ava, Alex, Shannon and Darcy! (Darcy did not choose her own!) Kate from Year 2 says, “I wanted to do this because it was fun and my job for the […]
Pollinator Promise OPAL Congratulations to everyone who has been part of the campaign. It’s not too late to be a part of it!
Dee Tupper, who runs this local charity has helped us with our outdoor learning. The project helps to conserve the Hermitage Stream and involves the local community, including schools. You could pop along this Saturday and take part in some stream dipping, as well as lots of other activities. We are hoping to develop our […]
A group of 15 pupils from Years 4-6 took part in a workshop with Vanessa Barber, from Imperial College, London. They have been sharing their ideas about developing Pollinator Promise further.
The team are waiting for your patch photos! Please send them into := firstname.lastname@example.org Thank-You
Imogen shows us that bumblebees are really very gentle and friendly!
Saint Alban's primary is an @LTL_Pollination chosen school & they have completed their first Bee Walk for @BumblebeeTrust #educate #inspire pic.twitter.com/kXNZjeevQX — BBCT (@BumblebeeTrust) April 6, 2017
Have you taken a close look at the bee wall? The solitary bees know a well built home when they see one! Matthew spotted large numbers scouting around the sunflower and teasel tubes. We have never seen solitary bees in these numbers before. Thank you to Freedom Joinery for a job well done!