CHILDREN from five Kirklees schools were united in song.
The schoolchildren joined to perform songs as part of a community singing event, at the Hudawi Centre in Huddersfield.
The performance was part of a project called Voices of Kirklees, and was run by both Kirklees Music School and the Extended Learning Service.
Children and parents from primary schools across Huddersfield, joined to sing songs, including some by Tony Christie and ABBA.
David Spencer, who is working with the project, said: "This project is aimed at bringing communities together, it is not just for the children - parents have enjoyed joining in too."
Staff from Kirklees Music School have been visiting the schools for the last six weeks, and have been joining parents and children after school to learn and rehearse the songs.
Mr Spencer added: "Everybody taking part is singing for fun, and there is a strong focus on communities coming together."
The schools who took part were from Springwood, Crosland Moor, Scholes, Chickenley and Thornhill.
Youngsters from Thornhill Primary School also took part in a drumming group.
Brazilian-born Claudio, a parent at the school, performed African Drumming, and there was also a samba group.
More than 100 people took part in the event.