DELIGHTED children are celebrating after being picked to sing live on national radio.
The pupils from Cross Lane Primary School, Elland, will battle it out with two other choirs to win the Hard Choral competition on BBC6.
They will sing the Beatles hit Let It Be in front of celebrity judges next weekend.
They landed their place after listeners voted for the final three out of a shortlist of 10 on Saturday.
Teacher Louise Hartley said: "The response was amazing and we're delighted to have won through.
"The children are going to be very excited about going to London."
BBC6 Music is attempting to create a new genre of youth music after bosses were inspired by a choir version of the Kaiser Chiefs hit, I Predict a Riot.
The three finalists will go head to head in The Weekend Breakfast Show's live final on Saturday for a chance to win a prize that most bands would love - two weeks' airplay on BBC6.
The choral winner will be played on every BBC6 Music show.
The Cross Lane children topped the public poll, with a whopping 29% of the public vote, to reach the final.
They will compete against Meanwood Primary School, Leeds, and a choir from Christchurch, Dorset.
Judges on the panel this Saturday include Ross Millard from the indie band The Futureheads and Shaun Keaveny, a DJ on both XFM and BBC6.
The children from Cross Lane school rehearse in their spare time after school under the guidance of Louise Hartley and her teacher colleague Lorraine McCarill.
Louise said: "It's very up-to-date music rather than traditional choral and the children have a big say in what they sing."
Natasha Desborough, host of the BBC6 weekend breakfast show, is looking forward to meeting the choirs on Saturday for the live final.
She said: "We wanted parents to encourage their kids, we wanted music teachers to jump on board.
"It's a great way of making music accessible to kids who are probably more interested in singing Maximo Park than Mozart."