Highclare pupils experience Maasai tribe culture.

Pupils from Highclare Junior Schools and Highclare Senior School  were treated to wonderful performances by an Osiligi Maasai Warrior tribe this week.  Pupils enjoyed learning about the Maasai tribe’s way of life and culture through colourful musical performances and demonstrations.  This unique experience captivated the pupils through its energetic songs, audience participation, and concluded with an opportunity to ask questions, which the pupils had many!

“An absolutely delightful time was had by all during the visit of the Osiligi Maasai to Highclare Senior School.  They treated us all to some really interesting facts about their culture and traditions and their singing, chanting, jumping, whistling and dancing was enchanting.  However, it was the warmth and happiness of the group that really impressed us most.  We were all left feeling privileged to have had such a powerful insight into the traditions and culture of the Osiligi Maasai warriors and I am sure that the experience will live in our memories for a very long time” said  Mrs Moore, Head of Highclare Senior School.

Along a corridor at Highclare Senior School

Viewing the school grounds

Pupils enjoying the demonstration