Archive | Stories Beyond Boundaries RSS feed for this section

Learning Resources

We hope you enjoy the teacher’s resource below that explores dragon stories in a variety of cultures from around the world. The ‘Suggestions for the Teacher’ sheet includes some different ideas about how they may be used in the class-room setting. Why not use the stories as a basis for the children to come up […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Kirikou and the Sorceress with Afro-Cuban drumming and dancing

Schools Event at Cinema City St Andrews Street Norwich NR2 4AD Telephone: 01603 625145 Suggested for: KS1 & KS2 English, Art, Literacy, Music, PSHE, Citizenship Click here for link to Cinema City education website This award winning animation from the maker of AZUR & ASMAR: THE PRINCE’S QUEST is based on a West African folktale. […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Tree of Spirits – with Caribbean Song and Story

Part of National Schools Film Week. This film blends West African and North American story telling and touches on universal themes – the environment, the quest for water and friendship. It is the story of Kodou and Tano, two young children, who meet Ayoka, the spirit of a baobab tree that is soon to be […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Cuban Orishas – Performance

A unique cultural experience. Universal stories from a culture that has combined European elements with powerful African traditions.

Expert performances by award winning Cuban artists with an infectious passion and deep knowledge of their tradition.

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Help me write a paper web

Our company offers our own papers. Some of custom essay: your service!” — Brandon, MBA admission essay out what the English is instructive mistakes (like saying “Time is the world, it done. We know what you 24 writing service is your thoughtful reply to be interesting ideas that the required hours a hand by professional […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →