JHS Celebrates Its 5th Successful Bhangra Night

 Jack Hunt School recently hosted its fifth, very successful Bhangra Night where students from local schools attended to be part of the wonderful array of performances making it a memorable evening for all those who attended.

Throughout the evening, Bhangra Dancing, live music on the Harmonium and Tabla and the thundering sounds of the Punjabi Dhol Drum played to an audience of over 200 people.  Satwinder SinghSuali, (Bhangra Beat) provided an exciting display of Gatka, (Sikh martial arts) with his sword dancing and led the students in dance and music.

Everyone enjoyed the community, family atmosphere this fantastic evening provided and the audience ranged from Jack Hunt School staff, students, children and staff from other schools and families and friends from the community.

Jack Hunt is really proud of the outstanding parent and community events that the school hosts throughout the year. In her speech  Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Kilbey congratulated the organising committee for their efforts, particularly the hard work of Teacher and Community Liaison Officer, Mr Muhammad Nawaz for making this wonderful evening happen.

Mr Arnaud Mandin, Curriculum Area Leader for Modern Foreign Languages said, “Having just moved into the Peterborough area, this was my first Bhangra Night.  I thoroughly enjoyed the evening; the music was superb, the dancing outstanding and the food was just wonderful.  It was such a joy to see the community come together!”

Jack Hunt School recently hosted its fifth, very successful Bhangra Night where students from local schools attended to be part of the wonderful array of performances making it a memorable evening for all those who attended.