Maasai tribe visits Pendle schools

Ann, Daniel, Isaac, Alex, David, Chris and Sylvia with Komal Younas from Pendle Vale College

Ann, Daniel, Isaac, Alex, David, Chris and Sylvia with Komal Younas from Pendle Vale College

First published in Pendle

SEVEN members of a Maasai tribe from Kenya visited friends at Pendle schools.

The group were visiting Pendle Vale College and Pendle Community High School for the second time.

They dressed in their colourful traditional ceremonial costumes and thrilled their audiences.

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2:36pm Fri 6 Jun 14

glossopkid says...

This must have been nice for the children .
This must have been nice for the children . glossopkid
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4:22pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Graham Hartley says...

We are left wanting to know what the Maasai did to so thrill their audiences. Did they teach mathematics? Read poetry? Surely not dance, play talking drums or make fire by rubbing sticks, for that would pandering to the stereotype.
We are left wanting to know what the Maasai did to so thrill their audiences. Did they teach mathematics? Read poetry? Surely not dance, play talking drums or make fire by rubbing sticks, for that would pandering to the stereotype. Graham Hartley
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