Members AreaBBKA News Archive Magazines BBKA Forum BBKA EC and Office Who we are Executive > Link Trustees Compliance ADM BBKA Constitution Documents Meetings and Reports Office Staff Insurance Public Liability Insurance Officer Insurance Bee Diseases Insurance All Risks Insurance Education and Exams Exams and Assessments Module Exams Online Information & FAQs Written Exams Latest Exam News About the Exam Board Practical Assessments General Information BBKA Talks Correspondence courses Courses and Education Membership Classes and benefits Renew Schools Members' Resources Recording of Asian hornet conference 2021 Branch and association resources BBKA Hive keeping record BeeBase Beekeeping Legislation Honey Show Rules & Judges Important Organisations for Beekeepers BeeConnected spray alert Lip balm and wax wraps information Leaflets Lecturers & Speakers Slides for Talks to Young People RSS Feeds for members Research Members' Events Members' News Schools and BBKA We have opened this category up in the hope of encouraging more beekeepers to go into schools and share in the magic and excitement of our craft. As a 'Schools Member' ONE NAMED MEMBER OF STAFF will sign up to your assoc/branch with their school address and school email address to get their BBKA News sent out to them. They get the same rights as a registered member for voting at the ADM and will be the sole named person who can come along to your branch meetings. We recommend that the school advise their own insurers. We have heard from beekeeping schools that they have not experienced any issues with adding beekeeping to their existing insurance cover. Bee Diseases Insurance is available, as it is to all members, should they want to add this to their membership. Not all visiting beekeepers will need DBS checks to go in to do talks, but all schools have different policies on this so please check with the staff. Should you need to have one done the cost is around £25: You must be 16 or over to apply and it usually takes up to 14 days for you to receive your certificate and it will last for 3 years. To build a bridge between your group and the school we have launched Bees in the curriculum There is now free access to everyone - beekeepers and schools, and members of the public.We hope this resource will help get the children thinking about mini-beasts, bee anatomy, beekeepers and the world around them and wider environment issues in general. And we hope it helps you in inspiring great things in the minds of children.