Everyone was Dancing in the Street – well actually some were having a kick about instead.
A talented bunch of more than 70 school kids spent their in-service day brushing up on their dance and football skills thanks to Showcase The Street.
The activities ran from 9am-3pm giving a whole day of boogying and scoring goals.
The community centre, based at Manhattan works on Dundonald Street, ran an in-service day of dance with about 30 young groovers aged between five and 14 learning brand new dance routines.
They also practised new choreography skills, played plenty of fun games and most importantly made lots of new friends.
Kayleigh Wilson, dance officer at Showcase The Street said: “The kids had lots of fun and worked really hard.
“They created their own dance battle working in teams.
“It was all great fun.
“We will be running another in- service day of dance on Monday May 28 and anyone interested in enrolling their child should sign up by contacting us at showcasethestreet.co.uk.”
There was also activities for those who felt more comfortable on the football pitch rather than the dance floor.
Stevie Campbell Football Academy joined in on the fun hosting a football camp.
About 40 children donned their boots to practise tackling, striking and goal keeping.
Vikki Jeffrey, one of the football academy organisers, said: “This was a fun-packed day consisting of children learning various football skills and playing games on our indoor pitches.
“The kids were a joy to work with, and the enthusiasm and energy they brought was amazing.
“We are also holding another camp on May 28. Email email@example.com to sign up.”