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BRAZILIAN DAY AT LEVEN

BRAZILIAN DAY AT LEVEN
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Following on from our African Arts Week, Year 6 had a Brazilian day. This involved Samba dancing, drumming and capoeira. As well as experiencing all of this the children learnt how the music had come from West Africa.
Thank you to Claudio and Danny for a wonderful and uplifting day.
2nd Jul 2010, 16:55  

charlie dobson y6 says:

the day was just immense

2nd Jul 2010, 17:14

katie y6 says:

it was good

2nd Jul 2010, 20:13

katie y6 says:

It was good

2nd Jul 2010, 20:14

Julie Thompson says:

What a fantastic experience. I wish I was in Year 6

3rd Jul 2010, 14:22

Maxine Rich says:

it was one day that I will never forget.
Year six showed a superb performance.

3rd Jul 2010, 20:06

Mrs Stoney says:

This looks as though it was a brilliant day. I am sorry I missed it because I was on holiday. Were the parents who had a go as good as year 6?

6th Jul 2010, 17:32

keira yr 6 says:

i thought that day was brazilliant

15th Jul 2010, 17:49

abbie wills says:

the clip was so cool!!

28th Jan 2011, 12:52

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