Primary school workshops focus on concentration and basic co-ordination skills as students will learn ‘start and stop’, ‘loud and soft’ and how to keep a steady beat. The workshop facilitator will talk about where they are from and will share their culture with students. Story telling elements and call and response chanting are also introduced, as well as basic West African dance moves. Workshops teach basic rhythm, help improve listening and coordination skills, and encourage teamwork amongst participants. Students are encouraged to work together to keep in time and create solid sounds. Teachers are particularly appreciative of the way in which students who find school challenging are drawn into the workshop and demonstrate high levels of concentration and focus. To add another element to the workshops we can provide traditional African costumes for students to wear which is very popular amongst the younger age groups and for instances where students will be performing what they have learnt in our workshops to an audience.