A fun and engaging workshop for Primary aged children that will teach the importance of pollination both for the natural environment as well as for human food sources.

The main focus of the workshop will involve the children hunting for relevant natural materials to create their own personalised visual learning resource that they will be able to take home. Throughout the practical element we will explore how an estimated 60% of our food relies on pollination and the impact of the decline in the bee population that we are currently experiencing on both a local and global scale. Children will discover the various different methods of pollination that nature uses.

This is a late Spring, Summer and Autumn workshop only! It is an inclusive workshop but please contact in advance with information about specific needs.

If you are interested in arranging an Eco Education Day then please contact us.