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Maasai Dance Fundraiser Gallery

Over 350 pupils and staff took part in a colourful and spectacular world record breaking African dance in the School's Centre Quad to bring to a close a day of fundraising for LivLife, which provides free education and vocational opportunities to children and adults in Tanzania. Maasai warriors in Africa joined in the dance at the same time and both events were relayed on giant outdoor screens via a Skype link.

Read more about this event here.

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Junior Boys present the money raised in their Fun Run to LivLive

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Beech House pupils sporting red and orange for the Maasai

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Junior Girls wore non uniform to raise money

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Setting off on the sponsored walk to Rivington Pike

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Setting off on the sponsored walk to Rivington Pike

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Pupils braved the mist and rain at Rivington

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Pupils braved the mist and rain at Rivington

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Pupils braved the mist and rain at Rivington

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Junior Girls encircled Hesketh House with loose change

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Pupils provided traditional drum beat music for the dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

The Centre Quad filled with pupils for the record breaking Maasai dance

Maasai Dance Fundraiser

Tanzanian Kindergarten children sang a thank you message via the Skype link up

LivLife Visit

Max Griffiths, co-founder of LivLive, returned to School to pick up a cheque for £11,463.03

LivLife Visit

Max thanked pupils for their fundraising efforts earlier in the year

LivLife Visit

He explained to them how the money will be used to help the people of Tanzania