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Priory Road Lunch Club In southampton

Priory Road Lunch Club, Southampton   Kwame commits to deliver 3 free community based workshops each term.  Its always a delight and always reminds us why we do what we do, sadly as we have got busier the opportunities to work in the community have reduced.  As a...

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Mask Making

Mask Making. One of our most popular workshops explores the art of transforming milk bottles into beautiful masks. This workshop is designed to be simple and accessible, making it suitable even for very young children. It not only provides a fun and creative activity...

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Environmental Action Plan

Environmental Policy and Action Plan Supporting information can be found at: DRAFT 02/04/2022 Environmental Policy African Activities offer the opportunity to engage with Black and African Culture by...

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Camp Bestival – We Are Family

camp bestival we are family'We knew Camp Bestival was likely to feel emotional, it is after all a long time since we have gathered with joy in numbers. I also knew I would be be nervous - we have spent months planning, mitigating and protecting for ourselves and...

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How Black will your BHM be this year?

We believe in placing culture firmly within its context. As we plan for Black History month 2022 we thought we might try that with our history too. The truth is much Black History taught within schools just isn’t. Slavery, apartheid, the civil rights movement – none...

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Ghana 2020

We intend to offer the most authentic and real experience in sub saharan Africa.  This year in 2020 Kwame is delighted to invite you directly to his home town for the first time.  Having told stories of Buipe to schools across the UK we would like to invite you to...

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SEND Resource Of The Year – Finalists!

African Activities were humbled to be nominated for the award of "best SEND resource in schools" and delighted to discover we have been shortlisted as finalists. The Award is delivered by The Music and Drama Education Awards who told us "This is a tremendous...

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A Black History Month Adinkra Workshop

October is Black History Month in the UK. This blog post contains some helpful hints and links for teachers this BHM. Please feel free to forward it to anyone you think it might interest. Kwame Bakoji-Hume of African Activities CIC has run hundreds of Black History...

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Camp Bestival – We Are Family

From the 25 to the 29 of July African Activities were lucky to be invited to be a part of the Camp Bestival Family. We set up in the new 'Wild Tribe' area a deliberate move away from screens and over stimulation back to activities that reconnect children and their...

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Pinewood School

Dear Kwame and everyone else involved at African Activities, Myself and all the staff and children in Year One would like to say a huge thank you for our fantastic African Activities Day. All the children absolutely loved it and I know it will be something they...

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African Summer Camp

African Activities CIC is delighted to be running a number of events for children this summer. For the first week of the Summer holidays we are offering a fully immersive Ghanaian experience - children will play games, hear stories, learn songs, drumming, dance and of...

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World Book Day

We love Handas Surprise but having lost count of the number of times we have worked with this theme we thought we would let you know about our three current favourite stories...   Anasai The Spider - Gerald McDermott If we have visited you will know we love...

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What do customers think?

Testimonials from our clients…


“Kwame is brilliant, everyone loved him and I have passed his details on to a few of the staff members.”

Katie Wells

Corporate Bookings, Yes - Your Event Solutions

“Many thanks once again for providing our entertainment last weekend.

“People really enjoyed it and you handled the large group really well.”

Helen Mizen

HR Manager, Critical Software