A FOUR-WEEK street dancing workshop has been set up in Huddersfield.
It has been organised by the Communities United Project (Cup) and involves 30 young people from schools in Golcar and Milnsbridge.
The month-long programme will raise and promote community cohesion and illustrate how dancing can be a fun, exciting way of keeping fit.
It is also designed as a way of linking schools together.
Street dance can help the young be creative, learn choreography, work in groups and work with music.
There are several incentives for the young people to work towards, including certificates and prizes for developing skills.
Street dance works to challenge the young people's creativity and work for positive change.
Two schools taking part are Beech Early Years, Infant and Junior School at Golcar and Crow Lane Junior Infant and Nursery School in Milnsbridge.
Vanessa Barrett, a Cup worker, said: "The workshops have highlighted street dancing's popularity amongst communities across Kirklees and celebrate the power that music and dance has in bringing people together."