Pupils spellbound by Masai visitors

PUPILS were humbled and left feeling spellbound after African warriors visited their school recently.

PUPILS were humbled and left feeling spellbound after African warriors visited their school recently.

The Osiligi Masai Troupe, a group of dancers and singers from Kenya, attended Withycombe Raleigh Primary on Thursday, September 10, to perform in front of children.

Also known as Masai Warriors, the team of eight visitors are in the country to raise money so they can build a school in their native village.

Lynne Jones, associate head teacher at Withycombe Raleigh, said it was an amazing day.


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She added: "They did two performances to different groups of children.

"They sang and danced and had interaction activities with the pupils with walking sticks they brought in and shields.

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"It was a humbling experience because they live in an environment where they do not have anything. Most of the people live in mud huts. The children were spellbound.

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