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Primary Workshops for Schools

Indian Dance Workshop

India has had a long romance with the art of dance, so what better way to celebrate this wonderfully unique and diverse culture than booking Primary Workshop for School’s Indian dance workshop. Your children will be enchanted by the graceful movements used in traditional Indian dances and thrilled by the upbeat, modern Bollywood style of dance.

Capture your children’s imagination with one of our Indian dance workshops whilst teaching them about the culture of India. Not only is it an opportunity for the children to experience this vast and vibrant culture, but they could also learn about the wonderful and colorful festivals of Holi and Diwali and will be enchanted by the story of Rama and Sita.

Indian dance pairs especially well with our Indian drumming, Indian storytelling, and Asian textiles workshops. Whilst available to enjoy all year round, it is an absolute must-do when celebrating Diwali in October/November and Holi between late February and late March and can be enjoyed during Cultural Week, Arts Week and International Day.

For more information on our Indian Dance Workshop, give us a call on 01536 265432 or email us on [email protected].

Workshop Performance

Workshop & Performance

Workshop Sessions:

Up to 8 sessions

A typical day-long Indian Drumming Workshop consists of up to 6 sessions, stretching to 8 if necessary. Costumes and Kung-a-roo (ankle bells) can be included in the sessions free of charge but subject to availability. Ending the day with a performance from the children is an excellent way for them to showcase their new skills.

Workshop in Action

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National Curriculum Links

EYFS

  • Communication
  • Language Development
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social & Emotional
  • Expressive Arts

KS1

  • Speaking & Listening Skills
  • Movement
  • Balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Festivals

KS2 (3/4)

  • Co-ordination
  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Ability to perform Dances
  • Festivals

KS2 (5/6)

  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Technique
  • Movement Patterns
  • Festivals

Please note; EYFS taken from EYFS Framework. KS1/KS2 taken from National Curriculum Framework.

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Primary Workshops for Schools Ltd
9 Earlstrees Court
Corby
Northants, NN17 4AX

01536 265432

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