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North Denes children's African drumming

PUBLISHED: 18:01 30 October 2008 | UPDATED: 12:08 03 July 2010

THE children at North Denes School now have a much wider understanding of people from other countries. They spent a whole day taking part in African drumming, clay work and tie dying working with a range of artists for Black History Month.

THE children at North Denes School now have a much wider understanding of people from other countries. They spent a whole day taking part in African drumming, clay work and tie dying working with a range of artists for Black History Month. The day culminated in an international food festival and mini market, which was organised by the parents of the school. The whole event was huge success and definitely one to be repeated.


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