Crokers Bee Farm is a family run farm with sheep and beef cattle, a vegetable garden, fruit garden and allotments and a variety of poultry including ducks, geese and hens.

Our dedicated Bee classroom will allow students to participate and explore further the amazing life and work of the Honey bee.

  • How bees make honey, wax, collect pollen and propolis; Students can feel and touch these products and discuss their uses.
  • You will look and find the Queen and workers in our large observation hive.
  • Role play the duties of different Bees.
  • Discover the tools of a bee keeper and parts of a bee hive and put on a bee suit; Measure the cells on a piece of honeycomb.
  • Using overhead projection, work cards, drawings and measurements students will investigate the life cycle of the Honey bee and its importance to everybody.
  • Using various flora exhibits, students can investigate pollination and its importance for farming.
  • A brief garden walk will also outline many bee friendly plants that are important to bees and Bumblebees.
  • Our demonstration workshop will include a tour to our Apiary (up to 15 hives), examination of the Bee accessories in Bee store room.
  • Our dedicated classroom will allow students to participate and explore further the amazing life and work of the Honey bee as well as the many varieties of bumble bees.
  • Using overhead projection, work cards, drawings and measurements students will investigate the life cycle of the Honey bee and its importance to everybody. Using various flora exhibits, students can investigate pollination and its importance for farming.