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Youngsters from Ilford school enjoy flamenco and more at Spanish-themed day

The children try flamenco dancing The children try flamenco dancing

Monday, July 14, 2014
2:40 PM

Flamenco dancing was one of the highlights of a themed day held by a school.

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Aleema Akther, Ayan Abdullahi and Miraj Patel celebrating the Spanish-themed dayAleema Akther, Ayan Abdullahi and Miraj Patel celebrating the Spanish-themed day

Youngsters at Woodlands Primary School, in Loxford Lane Ilford, enjoyed a Spanish day on Friday, which saw them kitted out in red and yellow to represent the country’s flag.

The pupils enjoyed learning about flamenco, watching professional performances before having a go themselves.

They also undertook Spanish lessons led by some of their peers.

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