High-flying Norwich pupils from Charles Darwin Primary tumble, climb and balance during Casus Circus troupe visit
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High-flying pupils got into the swing of things during a visit from a renowned circus troupe.
Acrobats from Casus Circus visited Charles Darwin Primary, on Rose Lane in Norwich, to run a workshop for pupils, who learned how to tumble, climb and balance like the professionals.
The Australian group visited the school, run by the Inspiration Trust, during a visit to Norwich to perform their critically acclaimed show Driftwood at the Adnams Spielgeltent during the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
Nathaniel Cook, a teacher, said: 'The children had a fantastic time testing their acrobatic and balancing skills - which included climbing across a teacher climbing frame above a sea of lava.
'Thank you so much to Casus Circus for their time.'
Casus' show Knee Deep was performed in more than 15 countries in 2015, and won awards including Best Circus and Physical Theatre 2016 at the Adelaide Fringe.
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