PRIMARY school pupils from across Huddersfield gave a special concert at Rawthorpe High School.
About 200 children aged nine and 10 from Dalton, Moldgreen and Ashbrow primary schools are pictured in rehearsal.
They joined pupils and teachers from Rawthorpe Junior and High schools for a morning of drama, steel drums and gospel singing.
The performance marked the climax of two morning workshops run over the last two weeks to give children experience of different performing arts.
Parents were treated to drama productions, a rendition of the Bill Withers classic Lean on Me and an original song by choir leader Tyndale Thomas.
Brigid Crabtree, community manager for Rawthorpe, said: "It went ever so well. We ran a summer art workshop with four primary schools to do different arts activities, culminating in a concert.
"The schools liked it so much we decided to do a similar event.
"The primary schools have been brilliant and were are very grateful to them.
"The children have been brilliant.
"What's really nice is the opportunity to learn something and to perform in front of parents.
"It's an ideal situation."
Rawthorpe High plans a Christmas-themed workshop and recital in December.
The events are also part of its bid to achieve Specialist School status.