They danced the children in Tanzania and now the e-Ducare Jerusalem Challenge, involving students from Benedetto Cross Schools in Pula and Dante Alighieri in Muravera, is ready to land in Ireland.
To teach the steps of Little Irish Jerusalem Sara Sylvia Paula LaiTeacher, Choreographer, Former Regional Champion of Artistic Gymnastics.
Sylvia will be the guestItalian Ambassador Ruggero Corias and his wife Vania Lorenzo – In collaboration with Comites and E-ducare Association – They organized a day dedicated to fun, games and solidarity in the beautiful garden of Lucan House for children between the ages of 6 and 12.
During the day, the little ones will take part in a treasure hunt inspired by the magical world of Harry Potter, they will carve pumpkins and above all they will learn the steps of the Jerusalem Challenge.
The e-Ducare Dance initiative was born a year ago when Sylvia Paola Lai created a dance at the request of the Irish e-Ducare Association.She danced for her students with the hope that other children from different parts of the world would follow in her footsteps, all dancing together to build a better future.
The children of e-Ducare’s Karim Orphanage located in Arusha, Tanzania also responded immediately to the performance of Pula and Murawera’s children. The children improvised dance moves based on videos sent to them and answered many questions from their Sardinian peers who asked them about their school.
A project that excited the Sardinian children who were happy to include their African peers in their performance.
each Emiliana Capurro, President of Comites, the Irish phase of the Jerusalem Challenge will represent a moment of encounter for young children: “The day at Lucan House will be an opportunity for fun, but also an important initiative aimed at learning about diversity through play. In fact, the children will listen to the story of E-ducare and the children of Tanzania and Vietnam and repeat the same dance form, all united in the dance. As the President of Comites, as a volunteer of e-Ducare and as a mother, I presented this initiative with joy and pride.
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