FREE dance classes and being provided for a group of children from Lowerhouses Junior School, thanks to Huddersfield-based charity the Communities United Project.
The children, aged from eight to 11, will learn dance routines in preparation for a Christmas show which will be performed for other students and parents.
CUP is working with Kirklees Neighbourhood Renewal Fund, which aims to improve the lives of local people through initiatives that tackle crime and improve the health and wellbeing of young people and residents.
The classes follow a successful summer programme in Newsome in which CUP provided free dance classes each week to young girls to encourage them to get involved in physical activity.
CUP activity development worker Laura Searle said: "CUP tries to engage young people from socially excluded the communities through the provision of sport.
"However it can sometimes be difficult to attract young girls to our sessions.
"These dance classes and being provided especially for that reason."