In the School of Biodiversity
Educating primary schools to take care of the planet.
Training as a Core Principle
Does your school care about biodiversity? Sensitize the younger ones through the 3Bee program: In the School of Biodiversity. Communicate the importance of pollinators and shape the ambassadors of change. If you are a teacher, sign up for the form and receive digital materials for free!
Hours of lesson
through the material
Tell the Biodiversity Story in Class
Our program extends throughout the entire school year, offering teaching materials and practical activities.
9 teaching modules
Activities and workshops to be done in class, along with summaries and assignments
Adoption of a beehive remotely through 3Bee technology
A dedicated Oasis for the class: an online portal where teaching materials can be found and the beehive can be monitored
Videos and photos directly from the school's beekeeper
The inhabitants of the beehive
Getting to know the beekeeper and the 3BEE app
Biodiversity and ecosystems
Products of the beehive
Bees and climate change
The importance of water
For Schools and
The free program
- Multimedia and teaching materials
- Access to the technological beehive for children
- Digital oasis for the class
Who is 3Bee
Are you a company that wants to support a school?
“Bring Biodiversity to School” is 3Bee's innovative project that allows companies to invest directly in the future of their territory. We offer local schools an educational program enriched with materials and activities with experienced beekeepers, aiming to educate the new generation on the importance of biodiversity and environmental sustainability.
Companies that have chosen us
Read what our partners think as we accompany them on their journey toward environmental sustainability.
Primary School Principe Tomaso, Agliè
“Children respond with curiosity and interest. We even built a beehive and made a drawing about biodiversity.”
Primary school in Vicolungo, Novara
“If it were up to the children, they would work on the project every day! They keep asking when the next project activity will be.”
Montalcini Pennesi Comprehensive Institute, Porto Sant'Elpidio
“The project is beautiful. We teachers are also learning a lot. Sometimes I think that this type of training would be useful for all teachers.”
Gualdo Tadino Comprehensive Institute, Rigali
“Through the social structure of bees, it is possible to teach civic education to children.”
Do you have any questions? Contact us!
The Digital Oasis is an online platform accessible to teachers and students, where you can find teaching material. This virtual environment is designed to integrate learning in the classroom and provide useful tools to delve into the topic of biodiversity and sustainability.