Go Tell the Bees

At the heart of Go Tell the Bees is the hope that by doing, we can learn from each other, build confidence and skills, and experience through all of the senses.

We want Go Tell the Bees to have a positive impact on communities. Learning in an active and imaginative way is critical to this.

Pupils can explore our connection to the natural world and with each other through resources in NTW TEAM's hive of information, knowledge and activity and inspired by 7 Simple Acts.

The Learning Hive, featured on Hwb, has been created to complement the new National Curriculum for Wales and the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act, developed by six creative practitioners with three consultant teachers.

Browse the resources by age or area of learning.

An illustration of a person with a thought bubble above their head containing drawings of a dinosaur, a robot, a shooting star, a planet, a balloon and more.

Take part in our free schools workshop based on our Go Tell the Bees Learning Hive

Over the coming year, we have a number of projects planned to engage with communities across Cardiff, thanks to funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund via Cardiff Council.

As part of this work, we're offering free primary school workshops for students aged 7-11 from 3 June - 22 July based on some of our online educational resources. We have a range of activities that can be adapted to suit the needs of the pupils you wish to take part.

Get in touch with Abena, our Young Person’s Coordinator or Rachel, our Collaboration Producer to book a workshop or find out more.