Young groovers from schools around Dundee have showed off their street dance skills at a special performance last week.
Pupils from Ballumbie, Fintry, Longhaugh, Mill of Mains and St Francis primaries headed to the event at Ballumbie Primary.
Senior pupils from St Paul’s Academy and dancers from Scottish Dance Theatre groups also headed to the school for a Christmas Dance Festival.
The event was organised and supported by DD4, a Scottish Dance Theatre group, and Leisure and Culture Dundee’s Active Schools programme.
All of the classes involved are either funded through Scottish Dance Theatre or the Dundee Partnership Fund, so that children in the north-east of the city can enjoy dance lessons and festivals for free.
The event was open to parents and families to attend as well as local councillors and teachers who came along to watch the youngsters showcase the dance routines they have been learning since September.
Gareth Dailly, Active Schools co-ordinator, said: “There were eight or nine acts who performed at the event.
“All of the kids have been receiving free street dance lessons once a week and it was a great opportunity to show what they have been learning.
“Street dance has become really popular for boys and girls, which is great to see.
“In times gone by it would be mostly girls getting involved – however we have a lot of boys who performed at the event, too.
“It is great that it continues to rise in popularity as it is a fantastic way to keep fit and active while having lots of fun.”