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North City News: Pupils get an African adventure; KINGSTANDING.

PRIMARY school pupils in Kingstanding were given a taste of Africa for a day.

As part of their Where in the World project, Christ the King Primary School pupils danced, sang and ate with the The Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre Company.

Parents were even treated to a performance at a special concert at the end of the fun-packed day.

Caroline Shields, one of the organisers, said: "We had a wonderful day. Each class took part in activities relating to a particular country and learning about many different aspects of life in those countries.

"Activities included food-tasting, story, dance, music, art, map skills and history."

Joe Gumede, from the The Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre Company, said: "We really enjoyed visiting Christ the King because the children were so responsive to what we were doing."
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Date:Sep 28, 2006
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