” The workshops were great. The kids loved them, particularly the dancing. Even some of the most challenging children were saying ‘thank you so much’, ‘I can dance flamenco’. All the teachers thanked me and said that they thought it was the best Spanish day we have had, and the workshops played the major part in that. I certainly hope we can have you back some time as a great time was had by all”.
Dolores Tobin, Spaniss Teacher – Edward Wilson Primary School – Spanish Day with children from Nursery to year 6 – Flamenco workshop ans storytelling
“Querida María, today was an absolute triumph! The standard of flamenco was breathtaking. I will be dreaming of flamenco tonight! However, your duo provided more than this. Ester has the ability to teach and engage very young children, some with special needs. The results were memorable and the memories for children and staff are priceless. ¡Olé! Muchísimas gracias”.
Sarah Kirkman – Spanish teacher – Brookham Primary School – Children from 4 to 9 years old
” Just to say thank you for an amazing ‘workshop’ and celebration of the Spanish curriculum link. The presenters, lady and guy was wonderful. The presenters had the kids attention throughout the presentation. The assembly part was well organised and suited the interest of the kids.
“All of us in the year 4 team, including the children, just wanted to say a massive thank you to Canela Fina involved in organising and running the Spanish workshop on Friday. All the children had a fantastic day and were really immersed in the activities. One boy in my class said, “It has been the best day ever!
The workshop helped the children gain an insight into Spanish culture, which provided a fun and meaningful context for pupils to realize the benefits of learning a new language. Muchas gracias!”
Natasha Craston – Teacher Chesterton Primary School
“Presentation was excellent. It was perfect for yr.4. It was well organized, simple and clear. It made children get interested in the subject very quickly.
Videos were well selected. Children could see and compare flamenco dancing and singing from the past and from these days.
Accessories were very adequate for all children. All boys and girls had a nice and appropriate accessory to wear during their practice. Boys enjoyed wearing the ‘fajin’ and girls were also excited about wearing a flower on their heads.
Professionals: Great dancer, guitarist and percussionist, amazing approach to children, fantastic use of both languages during workshop.”
Marta López – Spanish teacher at Chesterton Primary School – 60 Year 4 students