“Bee” Inspired: “The Bumbles of Honeywood” Buzzes Into Welsh Primary Schools

A collaborative effort between 2B Enterprising Ltd and FleetEV has brought the enterprise education programme “The Bumbles of Honeywood” to 11 Welsh primary schools so far. The programme is designed to integrate crucial enterprise skills among young learners.

“The Bumbles of Honeywood” programme, which is renowned for its engaging content and practical approach to teaching enterprise concepts, has been rolled out across several local authority areas regions, Bridgend, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Gwent, Cardiff, Wrexham, Pembrokeshire, Torfaen, Neath, Anglesey, and Carmarthenshire. Schools already participating in this project include:

  • Brackla Primary School, Bridgend
  • Maesybryn Primary School, Rhondda Cynon Taf
  • Ysgol Llys Hywel, Carmarthenshire
  • Rogiet Primary School, Gwent
  • Llysfaen Primary School, Cardiff
  • St Mary’s Aided Primary School, Wrexham
  • Pembroke Dock Community School, Pembrokeshire
  • Blaenavon Heritage VC Primary School, Torfaen
  • Blaengwrach Primary School, Neath
  • Ysgol Gynradd Rhosneigr, Anglesey
  • Ysgol Wirfoddol Abergwili, Carmarthenshire

FleetEV has committed to this partnership to empower the next generation with essential skills. “We are excited to be a part of this wonderful initiative,” said Jarrad Morris, Founder and CEO at FleetEV. “Our commitment to social value and enterprise education aligns perfectly with the objectives of ‘The Bumbles of Honeywood’ programme, making this collaboration a natural fit.”

The programme not only introduces students to basic business concepts and entrepreneurial skills but also focuses on developing their problem-solving abilities, teamwork, and social responsibility. The dynamic and story-based curriculum of “The Bumbles of Honeywood” is especially designed to resonate well with young minds, making learning both fun and impactful.

This initiative marks a milestone in our ongoing effort to support educational programmes that are not just academically enriching but also socially empowering, with more schools expected to join in the near future.