Chances are your school is already on it when it comes to encouraging its pupils to get outside and get their hands dirty. Maybe they even have a wildlife garden already.
If not, it doesn’t need to feel overwhelming to get started. In fact, you may be surprised to find there are already spaces ripe with potential. In which case, you can make creating the garden part of your pupils’ educational journey – get them to grow the plants from seed, then plant them outside together and watch the garden develop as you add water features, bug hotels and creature corners. It’s quite an exciting adventure!
We’ll be adding ‘How To’ guides over the coming weeks but here’s an initial check list of some of the features and activities you may want to consider including at your Bee Friendly School.
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