Primary & Secondary School Harmony Day Workshops & Shows

School Harmony Day Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Harmony Day workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Harmony Day: African Music, Culture, Drumming and Dance Workshops

We provide African Music, Culture, Drumming and Dance Workshops for students from kindergarten through to primary and secondary school levels - ideal for "Harmony Day" or other multicultural school programs and events. Your number of participants can range from small groups up... > View Profile

Celebrate Harmony Day with Cultural Infusion

Embrace Australia’s Cultural Diversity and celebrate Harmony Day with Cultural Infusion. Our 50 minute programs are designed to fit in with a standard school period and connect directly to the carriculum via The Arts, Humanities & Social Siences, Languages and Health &... > View Profile

Gamelan Incursion: Harmony Day

Celebrating the music and culture of Indonesia, many schools book our Gamelan Incursion on Harmony Day. EG Incursions gamelan orchestra originates from Bali and is made up of 3 different sized gongs known as ageng, kempul and kenong. Our three metallophones carrying the... > View Profile

Harmony Day Drumming

Our African Drumming Incursion introduces every child to music, rhythm and songs from Western Africa. Extremely popular throughout Harmony Week, every child plays their own djembe which culminates in a whole school performance. A drum circle forms the basis of the program and... > View Profile

World Dance Showcase

Our Harmony Day World Dance Incursion is a hugely rewarding experience for the children to remember, providing an inspiring day that is both educational and fun whilst encouraging them to perform as part of a team. Our primary workshop encourages children to express... > View Profile

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Creative Writing: After-school Creative Writing Classes in Toowoomba

Creative Dragons runs weekly after-school creative writing classes for Apprentice Dragons (children in Years 5 and 6) and Master Dragons (young adults in Years 7 to 12) at Highfields, Toowoomba and Crows Nest during the school term. Key features: Small numbers, individual... > View Profile

Dance: WA School Dance Workshops

Ausdance WA is a membership organisation providing support and advocacy for all forms of dance. It is part of a national network of state offices with offices in each state and territory (except Tasmania). The National office is based in Canberra. Ausdance WA supports dance... > View Profile

Storytelling: Writing Time: VIC

Pack your imagination and come on board a literary storytelling adventure… Childhood is a time full of stories. Write away With Me offers interactive storytelling workshops where children not only share a love of language and literature, but are actively encouraged to... > View Profile

Sports: Cheerleading classes

Cheerleading provides a fun and exciting way of teaching teamwork and commitment. Cheerleading develops strength and fitness through stunts, tumbling, jumps and dancing. All ages and abilities are catered for and encouraged. > View Profile

Aboriginal: Radio Adelaide Station Tours

We offer fun, educational and hands-on station tours for schools. The tour involves an interactive information session on the difference between commercial and community radio and a session of live recording and interviewing in our production studio. Great for: - Learning... > View Profile

Aboriginal: Extraordinary Kids - singing drama

Extraordinary kIds is run by Jon Bode. Ha has performed all over the world in theatre, Musical theatre, and opera and in Australia with companies such as Opera Australia and the Melbourne Theatre company. He has tailored a highly engaging program for primary school children... > View Profile

African Drumming: Incursions R Us - African Experience

Students will learn of the rich cultural heritage of African Dance in this dynamic and interactive incursion program. African dance expression stems from a cultural need for the African people to celebrate victories, harvests, marriages, the birth of a child and various... > View Profile

Music: Music Workshops

DSPA is a new performing arts school right in the heart of Windsor. It is directed by Steve Dula. Steve’s early background was as an actor/singer/performer in many fringe and West End productions in London. He is a published song writer with BMG publishing NY and has... > View Profile

Art: Cartoon Workshops

Phil Judd from Comic Express, has had much experience and success in running cartoon workshops for children, teenagers and adults. His experience includes working with the following clients and ages: Children (6 to 12 year olds): State Library of Queensland, Brisbane City... > View Profile