Our school grounds have been shortlisted for the final of Cultivation Street. The entry focuses on the ways in which we garden for wildlife and come together as a whole school team to look after this beautiful world. So to all of you who have watered, weeded, counted the wildlife, made homes for creatures, attended Hive meetings […]
A reminder of our grounds, looking their best, in summertime. Time to plant bee friendly bulbs now and look forward to spring! Thank you to Mr Livermore for taking this great image of the meadow.
Neither the thick legged flower beetle or the ashy mining bee are rare but we have not had them at St Alban’s until this year. Both are “Quest Species” for our XPolli project so it’s wonderful to have finally attracted them. Hive will find out which plants are likely to encourage them to stay!
Take a look at how Lucas and his family are helping to save pollinators. Hello Pollinators, We have very exciting news to tell you – we do not have a big garden at all, however we have added a little bee hotel and planted lots of lovely bee and butterfly friendly plants, some mixed packets […]
A very short walk from the Carnaby arch is Liberty of London. All the best celebrations should be toasted!
Our 3rd award was presented by Lord Gardiner of Kimble, with Alan Mak MP, in attendance. The award recognises the efforts of Hive in spreading the message, far and wide, of how we can all help pollinators.
Today, we travelled to London to accept our 3rd Bees’ Needs Award. Here, we are pictured by the famous Carnabee arch, with entomologist George McGavin.