Beekeeping general practice

Great work done by our counterparts in Liss Junior School.
The children and some staff members had a long awaited practice on bee keeping.
This involved Janet our park partner from Queen Elizabeth National park in western Uganda that neighbors the school as the park is very much into the idea and only wait to have our wining of the competition to have all done in the park and looking to have Kafuro Primary school have the thirty Bee hives serving them in the specified functions.
The children in Kafuro have vowed to always volunteer to have the bee hives protected and kept in good conditions if we win the competition.

Janet our Community Conservation Ranger said that it was a very nice idea that will increase awareness and proper friendship among the children in the UK and the entire world.
Yowasi our link teacher recommends the project very much and says that in addition to the very many functions mentioned at hand, the Bees project will increase opportunities of learning as it has been the culture to share conservation and educational commonalities and differences.
All the teachers in Kafuro Primary School look forward to the chance of winning the competition.


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1 Response to Beekeeping general practice

  1. Mike says:

    My children are really enjoying the links with Uganda such an important topic on both sides of the world. It’s important to bee happy at school and to bee come aware of issues outside your own country

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