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Special Thanks To…

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This year’s event was made possible again by my enthusiastic and wonderful students at Esbjerg International School. We also had the support of Esbjerg Komunne through Mrs. Pia Enemark, who provided dancers with t-shirts, stickers, and DFK banners. She has also helped the people gathered share an afternoon with a good coffee and some Danish treats. So, thank you!

Mr. Neil Stephens, the ICT teacher at Esbjerg International School, was our great photographer along with his beautiful wife Kelly, and Mikkel Overback, Year 9 student. Thank you for your support.

Our DJ, Simon Schmidt, thank you for kindly offering your time on a Sunday afternoon!

A big THANK YOU to our main dancer Kassandra Villagrana, who kept us all ‘organised’! Your dedication for this event was contagious and you are part of the reason it happened!

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Event Testimonials

How the event impacted us!

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“I learned that you can always turn a little thing into a big thing”- Saif Fawadleh, Year 6 student at Esbjerg International School

“I felt closer to my friends. I actually have never felt closer and the fact that we were all dancing together just made that feeling even stronger” – Sofie Koldig, Year 6 student at Esbjerg Iternational School

“My favourite dance I have ever danced”- Malou Tholund , Year 6 student at Esbjerg International School

“I thought it was a little bit embarrassing at the beginning, but then all I wanted to do was dance again” – David Ankrah, Year 6 student at Esbjerg International School

”It was really fun to learn the extra flare part.” – Phillip Gøhring, Year 6 student, Esbjerg International School

“When I was handing out the stickers and when I was dancing I felt responsible for this activities as a world citizen” – Arul Nigam, Year 6 student, Esbjerg International School

“I thought it was amazing that so many people can dance on the same song.” – Sandy Agbor, Year 6 student, Esbjerg International School

“I felt happy and excited to learn the rap part, because it was realy fun to learn.” – Federikke Jakobsen, Year 6 student, Esbjerg International School

“Dance for Kindness was really fun, because it had a purpose, to spread kindness. It also makes you feel happy to think that so many other kids and adults from around the world were doing the same moves as you” – Hannah Snyders, Year 6 student at Esbjerg International School

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Press

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