South Africa
Love the World - Watery Flash Mob Style Dance
Posted by Scottsville School, South Africa on 19 September 2018
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In celebration of World Day of Actions week, our Grade 7 Green Flag Class thoroughly enjoyed secretively planning a "flash mob" style dance. We used the awesome song “Love the World”, which was recorded by another Water Explorer Team member.

It was a usual Thursday at Scottsville School, and as second break went on as usual, some of our younger learners questioned why the Grade 7s had changed into blue clothing… Trying not to lie without telling the truth proved a challenge! Nevertheless, our secret was safe.

Five minutes before the bell scheduled to ring, Mrs Cawood made an announcement for the entire school to perform a litter pick up. This was our secret code for “get into formation for your dance”. As soon as our five Grade 7 groups (the entire Grade participated!) were readily awaiting, the beat began. The other learners were excited about this dance and some even joined in!

The “flash mob” dance was an excellent way to tell people about saving water through song and dance – Nonkululeko Shelembe

I really enjoyed the “flash mob” dance and it was interesting to see what the other classes came up with for dance moves – Zoia Solntseva

The “flash mob” was a great way to encourage water-saving, and it was a lot of fun! – Angelina Pillay

This was a fun, educational performance done by the Grade 7s to raise water awareness – Aravanith Naidoo

It was a fun experience; there were many interesting dances – Ethan Pillay

It was a great experience! – Declan Pillay

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