Excited pupils and staff recently had the chance to visit our new bee yard and observe the busy honey bees that have made our beautiful grounds their home.
This term, the School’s Eco Committee, comprised of environmentally-conscious senior school pupils, have delivered a series of excellent assemblies to educate their peers on various critical environmental issues.
Headteacher, Mr Carson, recently went to the hive with a team of RMS Eco Prefects:
After an assembly on biodiversity, the Eco-prefects and I headed down to The Lowers, suited up, checked on the hives, ‘stole’ the bees’ honey, and had our first taste of RMS Honey, truly the nectar of the gods!- Mr Kevin Carson, Headteacher
Did you know that nearly 90% of wild plants and 75% of major global crops rely on animal pollination? This means that one out of every three bites of food we take is thanks to pollinators like bees
At RMS, we’re doing our part to shape the future of the environment by welcoming these important creatures to our site.