In the past year this partnership is growing form strength to strength. The work we delivered on the theme “Flower Power” which the children chose to study minibeasts but Bees in particular. During that time, the children with the help of Mark Douglas explored how they could support Honey Bees and help create areas for wild flowers to grow which in turn help Bees to collect pollen. This then has evolved into looking at the damage that air pollution causes them. We are currently working along side Bee1 in creating class lessons to help with this important topic – How we can help to reduce air pollution in particular CO2.
Here you can see various videos of what the children thought about the topic
The new company is about giving something back, about helping communities and helping businesses to support their local communities.
It is helping companies with corporate and social responsibility (CSR).
It does this by focusing on the environment, biodiversity, education, community, health
and wellbeing, including mindfulness. And it all centres around bees.
Bee1 has been established to address the decline in pollinators both locally and globally. Bees have now been declared the most important animals on the planet, and are now included on the endangered species list.
These little creatures make such a huge positive impact to our planet, if we don’t protect them – who will? Our job is to educate everyone as much as we can, and live in hope that we may be able to bring the numbers right back to where they should be.
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If you wish to find out more about Bee1 then please read the information in the recent Swansea Bay Business Life magazine, Spring 2020 edition. The three-page article sheds light on the company ethos, helping businesses to support their local communities and spotting opportunities in emerging markets.