Community Champion Project - Beebombs

As part of our Community Project, Year 6 decided to make Beebombs for the local residents of Hollyfields.  We found out that since World War 2, 97% of the wild flower meadows that are bees' natural habitats have been destroyed, leaving the bees with very few places to live.   We learnt about how incredibly important bees are to our eco-systems and we decided to do what we could to try and encourage their numbers to increase.  
We made Beebombs.  These are balls of British wildflower seeds and compost surrounded by clay which can be planted in gardens.  If looked after properly, these balls will produce a range of different wildflowers for bees.  Once we had made our Beebombs, we packaged them up and delivered them to the local community.