Jennifer Moore is the beekeeper West Rise Junior School in Eastbourne.
Her amazing work is featured in The Times Educational Supplement.
She works alongside headteacher Mike Fairclough to lead the school’s bee project.
However, unlike many similar projects in educational settings, the approach is very much hands-off.
“Initially, teachers and students find the fact that we don’t open up the hive and extract the honey surprising,” explains Moore.
“But it’s important to realise that installing bees in school is really a beginning – a way of focusing attention on why bees are important and creating surroundings where they can thrive – and not an end in itself.”
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