Leafcutter solitary bee megacile centuncularis on allium lansdowne rd
ST News; Pix show pupils from the Trythall School planting plants on the Cornish coast at St Loy in order to help the threatened Longhorn Bee. This is Otto, 10, left and Georgia, 9. School didn't give surnames.
Pic Jay Williams 13-4-18

Resources to support you, your school or organisation to support pollinators.

A toolkit which should provide you with all the knowledge to make a positive change.

Let us help you… kids, families, teachers and schools.

Community gardeners and first time growers, wildlife enthusiasts and bee lovers!

Explore nature, identify pollinators and learn how to create pollinator-friendly gardens, borders and plant pots and fields.


Identifying Pollinators

What is pollination?

Why is it important?

Who are our pollinators?

Improving your school grounds - getting started

Identifying spaces to grow in (worksheet)

Working with the whole school community

Planning with pupils (worksheets)

Identifying Pollinators

Easy changes – big results for pollinators

Exemplary schools and their projects

Ideas for your school

Planting, growing and Maintaining

Plants for pollinators – pics and info cards

Planting and flowering calendars

Seasonal activities in the garden

Maintaining your garden and grounds

Identifying Pollinators

Identifying Pollinators

Getting started

Pollinator identification guides


Worksheets for recording wildlife

Helping pollinators

Identifying Pollinators

Creating habitat and homes for solitary bees

Plants & food  for bees

Identifying Pollinators

Creating habitat and homes for these pollinators

Butterflies & their lava – what to plant

Habitat for hoverflies and beetles

Identifying Pollinators

Whole school approach

Planning in low maintenance

Working with no budget

Identifying Pollinators

Simple maintenance for teachers

Maintenance guide for informing grounds staff