Students step into immersive Hindu workshop
- Credit: Radwinter C of E Primary School
A Hindu workshop offered students all kinds of new experiences at Radwinter C of E Primary School.
The pupils in Hedgehog Class turned up and found their normal classroom looked different, which set the tone and scene for the workshop.
A school spokesperson said: "It was magical to enter our classroom and find it transformed."
They learned about what it was like to attend a Mandir, listened to music and found out about many of the Hindu gods.
They put on traditional dress and learned a dance which used sticks.
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They also performed a poem with actions about Ganesh, and learned to meditate, which they found relaxing.
The workshop also highlighted that it was important to treat all living things with respect and kindness.
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The school spokesperson added they had really enjoyed the experience.