Bee Friendly workshop

Bee Friendly workshop

A free workshop for Key Stage 2 children

Part of our youth programme; Making For Change in Aston and Newtown.

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Bee workshop, Making for Change

The workshops will use a craftivism (craft +activism) approach and will explore the dwindling bee population and why it is important to protect bees.

Free workshops

Aston and Newtown, Birmingham

June – July 2017

Look out for news about the Making for Change programme on the blog.

What will pupils do?

  • Learn some facts about bees.
  • Make a hanging bee out of metal
  • Plant some flower seeds to grow at home

What are the details?

  • Workshops can take place between now and 21st July. Arrangements are flexible. Please let us know you preferred time.
  • Workshops last 1 and 2 hours and will be led by DBS checked young artists.

The sessions could form part of a whole class lesson or be delivered to an existing creative or environmental club during the school day or after school.

If you are interested please contact myself d.buckley@craftspace.co.uk or Sarah Lopez our youth facilitator at stlopez.info@gmail.com.

Funding

Making for ChangeĀ is supported by Birmingham City Council and Arts Council England.

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