Hebden Bridge Flamenco




Schools and Colleges

FlamencoWe provide an exciting programme of workshops for schools and colleges throughout the North of England, including learners from 4 years to 18 years old.  With guitar accompaniment, students can combine Flamenco dance and Spanish.  They learn rhythmic clapping (palmas), dance movements and a short choreography, as well as insights into Flamenco's fascinating cultural background and Spanish words and phrases.

Our workshops are ideal for anyone seeking enrichment of the student's experience. We contribute to objectives in PSHCE, School International days, Multicultural days, and Spanish days. We provide a unique opportunity for cross-curriculum learning, covering Performing Arts and MFL, working throughout the Leeds, Manchester, Bradford and Huddersfield areas. And all with lots of FUN!


FlamencoWorkshops can be tailor-made to suit your requirements. Ring or email Patricia to discuss and for bookings.

Patricia Skeet BA (Hons), MA, PGDip.
Telephone: 07949 050039
Email: paskeet@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

"A HUGE thank-you from all of the staff and children for our fantastic flamenco experience today!  Everyone loved their workshops." Primary School, Bootle

"Thank you so much for yesterday. Our pupils and staff also had a fabulous day.  I'm sure we'll be in touch again soon.  Our next Living Language day will be a French one.  You don't happen to do French dancing do you?" Special School, Rotherham

"thank you so much for today it was brilliant and all the children loved it!"
Primary School, Halifax

"Thank you so much for coming! It was fantastic, the children loved it." Primary School, Bradford

"Just wanted you to know that the feedback from your session today was really good… how exciting!" Adult Community Group, Huddersfield

"It was lovely working with you. Thank you."  Special School, Skelmersdale

"Your workshops created a lot of interest and excitement amongst the students and staff! I hope you will be returning in the not too distant future to work with our students again." Secondary School, Leeds