PRIMARY school pupils from all over Huddersfield have been taking part in a week-long sports event at Newsome High School and Sport College.
Thirty-two Kirklees primary schools have taken part in the Mission: Active Kirklees scheme.
This aims to get children fit and also develop their confidence and communication skills.
About 1,000 pupils aged eight and nine took part in activities organised by Newsome School Sport Partnership.
Activities included problem-solving tasks, health education, a mini-Olympics contest and torch run, a circuit training exercise and golf.
It was the third week out of four that events have been running across Kirklees.
The events were coordinated by more than 100 young leaders from Newsome, Rawthorpe and Almondbury high schools, King James’s School at Almondbury, Shelley College, Huddersfield New College and Kirkburton Middle School.
Newsome High head teacher Paul Gittins said the mass participation had been impressive.
Linda Stacey, the sport partnership’s development manager, said: “It’s fantastic seeing so many young people having such a great time, learning about sport.
“I hope many of them will take up the opportunities available in Kirklees to take part in more sporting activities.”