St Agnes BEE

During the Summer holidays Manchester will be hosting the biggest ever Public Art trail called “Bee in the City” and we are now proud to announce that St Agnes Primary School is part of this trail. Indeed we are one of a small number of schools, who were invited to take part in the trail and design our very own Bee.

We ran a design competition within school and own winning design came from Zymal in year 5. Zymal’s design is truly inspiring and shows the spirit of our school. Take a look for yourself at her original design entry.

And this is the finished Bee 

The finished Bee has been placed within Longsight Library so you can go and have a closer look yourself.

However, you can also this summer complete the Bee in the city trail. Could you BEE a champion? We are looking to find the family in school who can find the most Bees on the trail and have pictures taken with each bee. Do you think it can be you and your family? If so, download the Trail Map below or collect one from school and getting snapping. We are hoping to have a really good prize for the winning family.

Look at our Bee on the official Trail Map.

DOWNLOAD THE TRAIL MAP BELOW

BEE TRAIL MAP

 

 

 

5 Comments

  • Ms Lynton Posted 8th July 2018 4:00 pm

    I would highly recommend taking your family on the trail over the Summer Holidays! The Bees are amazing, their designs are breathtaking and makes you extremely proud to live in such a culturally rich and diverse city, when you read the messages on them! Good luck, everyone!

    • Dawoud ali Posted 21st July 2018 10:35 pm

      Hi all we have had a lovely time going on our bee hunt, it is such a nice idea and the bee designs are amazing. We are hoping to capture all the bees hopefully.

    • sarah ali Posted 30th July 2018 1:18 pm

      hi all we have been on the bee trail and have enjoyed as we have found more bees other than the ones on the map. I think this is a wonderful experience as Dawoud has enjoyed going bee hunting

      • Ms Lynton Posted 8th August 2018 10:33 am

        We cannot wait to see all of your wonderful photographs of your family’s search.
        It’s great hearing how much the children are enjoying finding all of the bees too!

  • Mrs A Smith Posted 16th July 2018 1:12 pm

    I visited Manchester with my children at the weekend and we saw 45 of the bees; they are all very colourful, unique and interesting! I would definitely recommend you go and visit if you can.

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