Little Bears

The Little Bears Detective Club

Spot 137 bear cubs that have been lovingly designed, created and nurtured by schools from all over the region inside museums, shopping centres and libraries from 28 June – 17 September 2017. Crafted by children of all ages, from nursery, primary, secondary and special schools, this extraordinary showcase of optimism, creativity and imagination has engaged over 50,000 young people from 132 schools. All of who have spent the last nine months experimenting with pattern, texture and colour, to bring their bear to life at the same time as fundraising for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity. Find out more about the learning programme.

Suara Harapan (Voice of Hope)

A design team researched and discussed sun bears. The team was especially interested in why the habitat of sun bears…

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Sheldon The Sun Bear

The school aims to inspire creativity within each and every child. It ran a competition open to all children across…

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Shiver Me Timbears

The whole school took part in a teddy bears’ picnic to raise money for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity. During the…

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Stellar

Key Stage 3 students were given the opportunity to participate in a design competition. In art lessons they discussed the…

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Summer’s Journey

The sculpture is a celebration of children’s heritage. Many of the pupils’ families have come to Birmingham from South Asian…

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Sleuthy Junior

The school ensured that its project created opportunities for every child to be actively involved. Mrs Anderton and School Councillors…

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The Great Sun Bear Constellation

Students submitted a variety of ideas inspired by sun bears and their countries of origin. The final design is a…

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The Great Bear

The design was inspired by pupils’ fascination with space travel and NASA Astronaut Michael Foale who, as well as visiting…

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The Explorer Sleuth

All pupils researched the habitat of sun bears. When creating their designs, pupils took inspiration from their research findings as…

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The Cape Crusader

All pupils were asked to create a design while thinking about what the school means to them. Children felt that…

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Super Bear

The Wrens class enjoyed learning about superheroes, paws, claws and whiskers. The pupils have been inspired by these topics to…

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Sunrise Bear

The Academy Council has been working on a new set of values to represent the students and staff at the…

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