SCA Pupil Scores with Liverpool FC
Malek Abdo, Year 8, signs with the Under 14s team as a Striker
At Salford City Academy
we encourage visitors to
enrich lessons, illustrate
‘real world’ careers and
motivate our pupils to
consider a wide variety
of future opportunities.
Recent visits have
successful and our
pupils have greatly
enjoyed a wealth of
I’d like to thank
everyone involved in
organising these and
watch this space for
more of the same!
Finally, wishing you all a
very merry Christmas
and New Year.
Inside this issue:
Mighty Zulu Nation
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Zulu Nation Visits Salford City Academy
South African tribal culture came to life when we hosted a vibrant
performance from The Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre Company.
Performers introduced Zulu culture
and traditions with a showcase of lively
song and dance, colourful costumes,
alongside an enactment of a folklore
story accompanied by rhythmic Zulu
“Yebo” (Hi) and “Siyaphila” (We are
fine), as well as learning to pronounce
all of the Zulu tribe members’ names,
which involved more than a bit of
Based on the characters introduced in
the folklore story, pupils were then taken through the
traditional costumes, accessories and musical
instruments of the Sangoma (healer), Zulu Maidena
(girl) and Zulu Warrior.
The children were then invited learn the dances of the
Sangoma, Maidena and Warrior and all that took part
showed a zest for Zulu music and movement.
Pupils from local primary schools
Barton Moss, Beech Street, St.
Andrews, Godfrey Ermen, Christ
Church and Lewis Street were
invited to attend, alongside our