young people creating change in their communities

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A Curator's Perspective

Ella's campaign is a really lovely example of how exploring a topic can lead to innovation. Ella comes to the neat conclusion of being inspired by the bees themselves.

Instead of adults teaching and passing on knowledge.

with activity packs Ella can empower young minds to pass on knowledge to their wider 'community' giving them a sense of ownership.

But unlike the short life cycle of worker bees, this knowledge can continue to grow with the family as even the physical presence of the flowers in their home serves as an annual reminder!

Pause for Thought

Bee Kind!

The bee also represents hard work and has often been used as a sign for power and unity. Harness the positivity of bees, learn some new sewing skills and spread kindness by making your very own Bee Kind patch!

Check out the How to Make a Patch guide by Seleena Laverne Daye for everything you need to get making.

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