Primary School & Secondary School Incursions

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Rhythm Culture’s Drum Sing Dance school incursions are jam-packed with rhythmic activities that will have your students sitting on the edge of their seats! Students will connect through rhythm, movement, and sound based on West African traditional rhythms. These incursions are high-energy, engaging, and fun! Explore, coordination, connection, dynamics, and tempo through the incredible power of the djembe. Get ready to have some unforgettable fun!!School Incursions are fun and engaging for primary and high school students.

Every student plays a real African drum. Drum and dance school cultural workshops are fast paced, active and educational. Drum Sing Dance brings energy, culture, rhythm and confidence to students. We have programs for all different ages and our professional artists will be delivering a program suited to your year levels. Experience the physical and emotional benefits of participating in drum and dance. Encourage your students to get active and learn something new!


All African drumming school incursions are jam packed with rhythmic activities that will have your students sitting on the edge of their seat! Learn traditional rhythms from Africa and experience a fast paced action packed incursion for all ages.  African dancing incursions are for all year levels including those participating in the study of dance. Students can participate in dance for physical and emotional benefits as well as combining an African dance program into their contemporary study for assessment. Watch your students reap the benefits of West African dance!

Students at St Eugene College showcase their beautiful new school package. Dunduns and two djembes were made to match the school uniform. Looking forward to seeing their upcoming costumes!

Students of Mt St Michael’s College experience a Rhythm Culture West African dance school incursion. We danced the rhythm Macru. The students are now being assessed for this incursion.

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Drum Sing Dance School Incursion is a blend of both African dancing and African drumming. In this upbeat, action packed incursion students will learn funky drum and dance breaks for a traditional West African rhythm. The group will alternate on the drums and each group will have the opportunity to both drum, dance and sing. These incursions can cater for large groups of all age levels.

Events such as Harmony Day, rewards days, end of year celebrations and multicultural celebrations are perfect for Drum Sing Dance!

Drum Sing Dance for Primary and Secondary School students is fast paced, high energy and packed full of singing, moving and drumming. Your students will bring all of these elements together and create a performance ensemble!


Our Drum Sing Dance incursions are unique. The rhythms we teach are traditional West African rhythms. Our artists will introduce the students to the basic fundamentals to these rhythms and the story behind the rhythm. Experience music, rhythms and dances from Guinea, Mali and Ghana, West Africa.

Drum Sing Dance School Incursions are fantastic for all year levels. Incursions will give the students an opportunity to engage in West African culture, connect with one another through rhythm and movement and experience the joy and release that music and dance bring to an individual.


Rhythm Culture African dance school incursions are for High School students and Primary School students that would like to further their multicultural dance studies and/or engage in a high energy activity that incorporates dance, rhythms, song and loads of fun .

Primary school students can also enjoy the Drum Sing Dance Program. Students will love the joy of West African drum and dance. Fun upbeat choreography that will inspire students creativity, release study pressure and create a sense of community within the cohort.

secondary school students

High school incursions focus on delivering a dance that the students can then combine into their contemporary pieces for assessment. This can either be a one off  introduction to West African dance or it can be delivered in a program with a series of sessions. Students can gain an understanding in African dance and its choreographic and performance based elements.

West African dance differs dramatically with many dance styles taught in Australia, broadening students knowledge in cultural dance styles. Students can use this knowledge in their final years of dance study curriculum to create an original dance piece combined with their contemporary dance elements.

key elements in west african dance

Stamina, endurance and focus are just a few of the key elements needed for West African dance.

Students will learn about dance in Africa. Traditional versus modern. Key elements and signature moves in select rhythms and the cultural significance for each rhythm. Dance facilitators will share their dance experiences in Africa and their love of West African dance. Dance workshops can also include live African drumming.

school incursions
school incursions


African drumming workshops are high energy and engaging. Both primary and high school students can enjoy the benefits from African drumming within a group.

Students studying music will focus on building an ensemble, gaining solo skills and call and response exercises. These drumming activities increase confidence, strengthen rhythm foundations and encourage creativity.

encourage diversity

Schools hosting annual events such as under 8’s and Harmony Day  can incorporate drumming to encourage diversity within cultures, peers and friends and to learn about West African culture and music.

Every student will have a drum to play and all drums are real full sized West African drums. This ensures a beautiful sound and an authentic experience.

Just like in africa, we use our voice

African Drumming is an effect activity to help communication and self expression. Rhythms are spoken, sung and sounded out.  Students find African Drumming accessible and they participate with ease and curiosity.

Experienced facilitators

All drumming faciliators have studied in West Africa and will share their stories and experiences of the wonderful rich culture of Africa.   This is fantastic opportunity for the students to create a West African drum and dance performance piece for teachers, students and parents.



No extra fees for drum hire. All students will have access to a West African drum at no extra cost.


Experience Rhythm Culture artists all over Australia with no extra travel costs.


All Rhythm Culture artists have studied and been trained in Africa. 


Every student willl play a full sized African drum. Quality authentic instruments that are comfortable to play and easy to get a good sound.

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school drumming incursions

Mountain Creek State High School

“Rhythm Culture was an exciting and hands on way for our junior secondary students to learn some drumming techniques, expand on their knowledge of rhythm and beat and practice improvisation, all while learning about the West African Culture. The team are so easy to work with and reliable and professional. Thanks Rhythm Culture, we will be booking you again in the future”

 Carly Cook, Music Teacher, Mountain Creek State High School.

Infosys Consulting

“Nathaniel and team, thank you for an absolutely fabulous session earlier today. Feedback has been phenomenal.”

Prenaven Naidoo, Senior Principal Consultant, Infosys Consulting

YMCA Enoggera

“Our staff and kids really enjoyed your last session as well, we’re very impressed!”Ben Jorna YMCA Enoggera OSHC Coordinator

Peregian Beach Community Kindergarten

“Nathaniel has an easy and natural rapport with Kindy children. His range of experiences are perfect for this age group. Aside from experiencing a glimpse of African culture and being immersed in his wonderful music, the children could not help but be inspired by Nathaniel’s passion for what he does. I highly recommend Rhythm Culture for any Kindergarten program.”

Carmel Desjardins, Director, Peregian Beach Community Kindergarten


Marlborough State School

“Nathaniel’s enthusiasm and passion for his art was contagious and inspirational. The children had a wonderful time and they were kept moving and engaged for the entire 2 days. I would definitely recommend this workshop to anyone wishing to immerse children in a rich cultural experience. Thank you Nathaniel we had a blast!”

– Leanne Jones, Acting Principal, Marlborough State School

Matthew Finders OSHC

“Love you guys. Have had you attend the service several times over the years and find your sessions full of life and fun. the children are engaged and love playing the drums” – Kirsten Bulger, Matthew Finders OSHC

IRONMAN Asia-Pacific

“Rhythm Culture were fantastic. They were easy to deal with in the lead up to the event and arrived early for both performances. They sounded fantastic and were the right fit for our event. I would definitely use them again for future events.”

– Kathryn Whiting, Functions and Productions Manager IRONMAN Asia-Pacific

John Paul College

“Kids absolutely loved you guys. They kept dancing and drumming around after you guys left. Some of them still remember the dance movement and do it with ‘A-fri-ca!’. It was a great team building activity. I was also surprised with my international boarders who normally do not get involved, but they enjoyed it so much as well. I will have a chat with my boss and will organise a session again either next term or early next year. Thank you for coming and giving us a great time” – Eunie, John Paul College

Goodna Special School

“The sessions you ran with us were great! Nathaniel did a great job with our students and aimed it appropriately at their level. He was very engaging. Our kids had a great time. It was a fantastic opportunity for our students!” – Goodna Special School, Alex Urquhart.

St Michaels College

“The workshop was absolutely fantastic! It was fun and challenging and pitched at a perfect level for our year 9s. They loved our workshop leader, the movement and the way the teaching of rhythm and characteristics of style was woven into the instruction and discussion. The African dance sequence was a great length fir our girls and their assessment this term. We will definitely have you back next year!” – St Michaels College, Joanne McPhee.

Palmwoods Kindergarten

“As usual, both groups had a blast! It was great to have the inclusion of the co-operative body percussion included in the workshop which encourages children to work together and consolidates the teaching we have done with keeping beat and making patterns with sound.” – Palmwoods Kindergarten, Roseann.

Chislom Catholic College

“Yes, your workshops were wonderful! The kids learnt so much and my colleague and I are calling it the best incursion yet. We will certainly book again next year when we know numbers! The two workshops were really useful and the students also got a bunch of choreography they can use in their assessment.” – Chisolm Catholic College, Teagan Griffey

McCormick Foods

“I just wanted to say that we thoroughly enjoyed our team building session last week – Nathaniel was great!  We all enjoyed ourselves and it was definitely a great ice breaker and we will be recommending your service to our other departments for consideration in the future. “- McCormick Food Australia PTY LTD, Bec Warmerdam

West End State School OSHC

 “Performance was great! We were so lucky that the Rythm Culture staff were able to control large groups of children with not much assistance from service staff. We were able to interact alongside the children which was a change. The children were into the performance from start to finish and were talking about it all afternoon. This was a company we would we using again for sure! Thankyou Rhythm Culture!” – West End State School OSHC, Katerina Charalambous



Connect  through movement & rhythm – Expand the body’s movement – Coordination & spatial awareness – Self-confidence & individual expression – Appreciation of different cultural practices – Individual expression through movement – Unity with fellow students – Physical & mental release

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