Britain’s Got Talent dancers explore equality and diversity
Stars of Britain’s Got Talent took a break from the stage to visit a high school.
Liverpool-based dance troupe MD Productions delivered a religious education day (RED) for students at Rainford High Technology College.
They used creativity as a tool to engage and inspire young people, helping them to consider the challenges of society today and make positive changes in their communities.
A total of 240 pupils from year 10 took part in interactive workshops, including choreography, T-shirt design and poster making.
They expressed a range of issues in their work, from gender equality and world... read more
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