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An update on Dulwich and Herne Hill (UK) and Foligno (Italia)

 

Dulwich and Herne Hill

It’s been a busy couple of months for Lucy Sparkles and Friends in Dulwich and Herne Hill!

We hosted three Halloween Parties! A Dance and Drama Party for the Herne Hill Forum, a Halloween Music class for 0-4 years at The Charter School in East Dulwich and another Dance and Drama Party at The Green Community Centre in Nunhead.

 

 

We also held a ‘Saturday Special with Princess Belle’ at The Carnegie Library Autumn Fair in Herne Hill. The class was super popular! We don’t usually run public classes at the weekend, but we wanted to give parents that work Monday – Friday, the chance to experience the magic of sparkles with their little ones.

 

I can’t thank my wonderful team of entertainers and teachers enough. They are out and about in South London every day (including Sundays) shock horror – I know! This month, Mia Sparkles has stepped up a gear and is now leading BIG parties! Mia joined the team in July and has shown dedication to the role… She makes the perfect Unicorn too… Would you agree?!

 

 

Next month we have lots of Christmas entertainment in store… Announcements coming soon!

 

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Foligno, Italia

Ciao! Buongiorno!

I made the decision to move to Italy in 2020 when all our Lucy Sparkles and Friends teaching was transferred online due to the pandemic. The world opened and I decided to stay here…

 

Where am I? I am living in the beautiful countryside in Foligno in Umbria, the only landlocked county in Italy and more excitingly…  I have started Lucy Sparkles and Friends Italia!

 

I am currently teaching Lucy Sparkles English Music in two nurseries in Umbria. The classes are not only fun and educative, but the Italian nurseries love them because they help the children to learn English. This gives a whole new dynamic to our Lucy Sparkles curriculum.  Sometimes, I have to explain the instructions for the activity in Italian and then sing in English. In fact, last week I learnt that ‘Lullaby’ in Italian is ‘Ninna nanna.’ I love that word! Ninna Nanna!

 

The Italians also like to party, and we had so much fun for Halloween!

 

 

Last Saturday, I was asked to host an English Music class at the local library. So, in true Lucy Sparkles and Friends style, I popped on my fairy wings and grabbed my magic wand for… ‘Fairy English Music!’

 

 

I am having a ball teaching here in Italy. I particularly love the views as I drive to work… I am surrounded by mountains and glorious country side. Lucky me!

 

 

 

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