Liss creates clay tiles to celebrate our bees

At the end of the summer term at Liss Junior School, Mr Burford announced there would be a special art project to celebrate the arrival of the bees at our school. This involved six children from every class in the school making special clay tiles with a bee design on them. The tiles are hexagonal shaped to mirror the structure of a real bee hive as shown on the photo below. This was completed before the long summer holiday. The next step was to fire the clay tiles and to glaze them. This has now been done and we will shortly be mounting the clay tiles on the side of the school building. We would like to ask our friends in Kafuro if they will do anything special to commemorate the arrival of their bees and bee hives?

Seven of the tiles that form part of our bee display to be mounted on the side of the school

Seven of the tiles that form part of our bee display to be mounted on the side of the school

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