Cultural Day in Cedar

For Cultural Day in Cedar, the children travelled all the way to Ghana. Here the children learnt about Mr Lincoln & Miss B’s experience in Ghana and how their life is very different… the children were very surprised about the differences in their education & water facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then, we explored traditional Ghanaian drumming and dancing which Miss B learnt in Ghana and the children all got to have a go at playing to the beat of the music AND dancing at the same time. We found this very exhausting in the 26 degree heat, and soon realised that in Ghana it would have been much hotter.

As you can see… this was VERY fast!

 

Then, we explored traditional Ghanaian drumming and dancing which Miss B learnt in Ghana and the children all got to have a go at playing to the beat of the music AND dancing at the same time. We found this very exhausting in the 26 degree heat, and soon realised that in Ghana it would have been much hotter.

 

Would you like to visit Ghana? What was your favourite part about today?

Tell me below!

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