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Ramayana Dance

England, Scotland, Wales

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The Ramayana is an ancient Sanskrit epic which follows Prince Rama’s quest to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the clutches of Ravana with the help of a monkey and bear army. Join us as we explore this important influence of Sanskrit poetry and Hindu life and culture. This dance workshop can be delivered as a stand alone or is an ideal complement to the HOLI or DIWALI festival workshops. we offer.

Your class will…

  • Explore the epic tale of the Ramayana and its importance in Indian culture.

  • Examine Hindu traditions and life in India at the time the tale is set.

  • Encourage spiritual and cultural development through exploration of Hindu beliefs.

  • Have a great day!

Option 1 : We can work four classes across the school day, each class (maximum 35 pupils) working for one hour long session.

Option 2 : If you want to work towards a dance to perform at the end of the day, then we can work with two classes for around two hours each, and end the day with a short sharing session to their peers, or if you wanted parents.

This workshop includes props and accessories to aid learning

What One Day needs to succeed:

Number of Children

Two or Four classes (up to 35 children per group)

Length of workshop

1-2 hour per class

Suitable for

KS1 / KS2 / P1 - 3 / P4 - 7

Space needed

A large clear space (preferably a school hall) Please let us know if you have any special requirements!

What the children learn...

  • Express ideas and feelings through dance, using a combination of voice, movement or role play
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