Watch out Diversity – members of Showcase the Street have been perfecting their footwork.
The dance group has staged another impressive summer camp and showed off their fabulous new skills to parents and friends this week.
The four-day camp saw more than 20 five to 14-year-olds working on new dance skills and choreography.
They even took part in their very own dance battles in teams.
Kayleigh Wilson, dance officer at Showcase The Street, said: “The week was filled with learning new dance routines, choreography skills, fun games and making new friends.
“The kids had lots of fun and worked really hard during the time they were there. They created their own dance battle working in teams which was great.
“The group performed what they had learned during the camp at a performance on Thursday.”
Dancer Joely Russell, 7, said that the dance battle was the best part – especially as her team won.
“There were four teams and we all made up our own routines with moves we had learned – my team were the winners,” she said.
“The teachers Kayleigh, Megan, Kiah and Abbie were all really good at showing us new moves, especially some slow ones.
“I like the slow moves the best because they look better than the fast moves and they are easier.”
Gracie Robertson, also 7, said: “We did some singing too and we learned songs from The Greatest Showman and Moana.
“It is really fun that my mum and cousin also got to see me dancing at the performance. It was really exciting.
“The camp was definitely better than going to school and I would love to come to another camp soon.”
Amcrum Road pupil Logan Slane, 10, said more people interested in dance should get involved.
“I have been dancing since I was in P1 so I have been doing it a while,” he said.
“I compete with the Junior Jammers too but thought it was great I got to come and meet new friends and bond with new people.
“Anyone interested in dance should just do it and come along to a class.”
Also at Showcase the Street this week, teams practiced their fancy footwork in a different way with a kickabout at the Stevie Campbell Football Academy.
To find out more about future camps and in-service days, visit showcasethestreet.co.uk.