Kala Sangam Activity Packs

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We know how difficult this year has been for everyone and so we have created some new resources to help you bring creativity and movement into the school day, in an easy, fun and interactive way.


We have designed these videos specifically so they can be used in the classroom but are also suitable for home learning. Each video has an accompanying pack with suggestions for further activities to work through.

Let's Dance Together

Dancer Sophie Hutchinson will lead your students through a dance inspired by the poem, Together by Matthew Goodfellow. This video will encourage your students to find ways to express themselves and explore themes within a poem through movement.

Download the Activity Pack here    


Magic Carpet Ride

Join Fay and get creative on a magic carpet ride. This interactive video will have your students' journey to exciting locations all whilst building and gaining new skills through drama.

Download the Activity Pack here.


Creativity Exchange

The Arts Council have launched the Creativity Exchange - an online community where school leaders, teachers and those working and interacting with schools can connect to share their ideas and resources

Story Explorers

Our friends at Ilkley Literature Festival have taken their regular book group for aged 8-12 online with Story Explorer packs.

The packs are digitised activity booklets and are available to download for free. These packs are designed to be reading accompaniments and can be used to help children work through and get the most out of an exciting book for their age group.

Pathways in to Dance

The Children and Young People's Dance Network North (CYPDNN) have created a series of short videos with dance artists, teachers and leaders telling their stories of how they got in to dance and sharing tips for training. This is a great way for children and young people to find out more about how they can become part of the professional dance community here in the North


More information can be found on this link




Published: 23/04/2021
Audience: Primary school, teachers
Contact: Fay Beesley

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