Sunflowers are not only great for helping pollinating insect populations, they also provide a nutritious source of food for birds.
we have created safe watering places for insects, we have taken on board cutting elastic bands and the plastic food rings holding food and drink together. We have made birdbaths and those that can have made log piles.
we did everything in this section apart from recycle glass and are continuing with it.
We completed the wildlife spotter and garden wildlife planner
Today I gave a talk to a group of KS1 &KS2 pupils about the importance of bees and other pollinators. The children seemed really engaged and were excited to learn why bees and the process of pollination is so important to humans, and why biodiversity is vital to the survival of all wildlife.