This is the most well known story behind Diwali, the great Hindu epic about prince Rama and his wife Sita. This important literary work has been shared orally and through dance for centuries.
Important cross-cultural concepts like the power of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, freedom over oppression, and hope over despair are all explored.
The workshop will be led by a West End choreographer, the children vividly imagine and physically embody the different roles, dramatic situations and actions of the main characters in the Ramayana as they retell elements of this epic story through dance.
Diwali is embraced by a number of religions and is a metaphor for the idea of self-improvement. By retelling the famous story through dance, children improve their cultural understanding and confidence in self-expression.
SCIENCE WEEK 2020
As part of National Science Week the children were set a challenge to make a skeleton that was...
...no bigger than A4 size
and had at least 3 moving parts.
The children have amazed us with their fantastic designs for a skeleton.
They have been so creative making them from all sorts of different materials.
What is the purpose of a skeleton?