Classes 1 and 2 have danced themselves around the world with some amazing dances from India, Mexico, Russia, Hawaii, England and Ireland.
The dance show started with a song to welcome parents in different languages then started with Class1’s graceful Bollywood dance.
I liked the Bollywood dance best. It’s from India. You say hello by saying Nemaste. I liked the changing the lightbulbs bit – Enya
Next we went to Hawaii with Class 2.
I liked doing the Hawaii dance. I liked the beginning where we put our arms in the air. I loved wearing the grass skirts – Poppy
The fabulous dancers hulaed beautifully and some brave dancers came to the front and danced in a duo for the parents.
Class 1 then lept their way to visit Russia and do a sensational Cossack Dance.
I liked the Russian dance best because I liked going into the middle and doing my dance – Layla
The strong and athletic cossacks remembered all the dance moves amazingly well and really enjoyed shouting hey when they leapt into the air.
I liked the jumping bit and twirling bit with your partner. Dobrey dyen is hello- Isaac
Next Class 2 jetted of to Mexico.
With their own class made shakers, they shimmied and shook all the way around the hall to La Bamba.
I liked doing the Mexican dancing. I liked shaking my shaker – Scarlett-Jada
After Mexico, Class 1 came back home to do some English folk dancing in the form of an amazing morris dance.
I liked the Morris dance because it was really good. I like dancing in a circle and waving the hankies – Ruby
The girls skipped happily around waving their hankies in time to the music and the boys marched merrily shaking their bells.
I liked shaking the bells best. I liked dancing in a circle around Will my partner – Mason
Finally, to finish off the show, Class 2 stayed fairly close to home and did some brilliant Irish dancing with great stamps and cuts throughout.
I loved skipping forwards and back. I did a solo with Kieran and did some cuts – Tilly
The children have loved learning about different cultures and have throughly enjoyed learning some new dances. They shone in their performances and remembered all the dance moves like professionals.