On Thursday 27th Southfields Academy celebrated International Week by hosting an International Evening for students, parents and staff. It was a wonderful evening full of colour, song, humour, dance and food. The audience of students, parents and staff, many in national dress, were treated to a smorgasbord of culture.
This included South American, Thai, Year 10 and GCSE dances, along with Polish, Brazilian, Ukrainian, and Burmese poems. There were also topical speeches, ‘Malala’s Speech to the United Nations’ and ‘Chief Joseph’s Speech’. The medium of song was beautifully represented by Japanese, Bollywood, Jamaican, English and Spanish numbers and also a variety of guitar and piano pieces! An adaptation of the Greek play Medea was performed brilliantly in the style of Greek chorus by Year 8 drama students.
The show was brought to life and flowed smoothly with the fantastic compere abilities of Charlie Collins Walters, who also sang a Bob…
View original post 109 more words