Pupils at Dalton School showcased their talents with an afternoon of summer songs.
Parents, teachers and governers were all impressed by the harmonies displayed at the school’s Serenade concert.
And as well as showing off what they can do with their voices, the children also boasted their talents on guitar, brass and clarinets to accompany one another.
The pint-sized performers were helped by music teachers from Kirklees Music School, and Dalton School’s music co-ordinator Karen Walker, who organised the concert.
See the children performing for parents
Peter Hepworth, from the Music School who works with Dalton’s visually impaired unit, led the Key Stage Two pupils in the concert as they covered hits such as “Extreme Madness” by Gospel Train.
Dalton School headteacher Ian Richardson said: “I am so proud of the musical talents within the school.
“This concert was a chance to showcase to each other what can be achieved with dedication and the fun and joy that singing brings.
“I’d also like to thank Kirklees Music School’s Alex Kenyon and the peripatetic teachers Mrs Taylor and Mrs Yates.”
The school finished the concert with their own song, called “We’re So Proud of our School”.
Parent Lisa Merlin, whose daughter Shona performed with her Year 4 classmates, said: “It was great to have the opportunity to appreciate what children were capable of - I couldn’t believe their talents and confidence.”