GGA Cultural Day Celebration 2021
Fun and laughter was the order of the day. Freedom of movement was the theme of the day!
This year’s theme was based on the Freedom of Movement, which was fitting for the difficult times that we have all been facing.
Each year group had the opportunity to work with two different artists ranging from Lindy Hop, African Caribbean, Carnival and Samba dance workshops. Also on the agenda was African drumming and storytelling, Carnival and Rainforest mask making, Rap music, Frida Kahlo clay workshop and a Freedom art workshop.
The day was full of enrichment for all. The children and staff had a wonderful day exploring the different art forms from around the world.
Carnival Time at GGA!
On 21st June we celebrated our 2nd cultural day. This event gave us an opportunity to celebrate the cultural diversity within our school community. The parade was led by our Carnival Kings, Toni Isles and Myles. Year 6 children enjoyed a Carnival Workshop in the morning and were then able to help lead the parade in the afternoon. We also enjoyed a Parkour display by Luke Brown and his team, which left us gasping.
We would like to thank Parents, carers and friends for all their wonderful food contributions. We hope everyone who joined us on the day enjoyed the carnival atmosphere and a huge thank you for helping us to raise a very impressive £745.50 towards our Ghana appeal.