PUPILS Cooper Follett, left, and Isobel Smurdon, both 8, of St Peter’s Primary School, East Bridgford, practise a routine.
Children from four primary schools took part in a dance festival led by GCSE dance students at Toot Hill School, Bingham.
PUPILS from St Peter’s Primary School, East Bridgford, including (front) Charlotte Wright, 8, left, and Charley Farmer, 8, who took part in the Toot Hill School dance festival at the leisure centre.
Thirteen girls and eight boys from St Peter’s Primary School, East Bridgford, Orston Primary School, Flintham Primary School and Cropwell Bishop Primary School took part in the session at the leisure centre.
They were taught dance routines choreographed by Year Nine pupils.
The pupils performed a group dance routine to One Direction’s One Way Or Another and individual routines in front of teachers and parents.
Dance students Becky Elliott, 14, left, and Charlotte Turton, 14, in action.
Year 12 dance teacher Miss Sarah Allcock, who co-ordinated the session, said: “They put on a brilliant performance.
“For the Year Nine dancers it was a case of them learning their skills and being able to pass them on to someone else.”
All the children were given certificates for taking part in the session.
Year Nine pupils Katie Smith and Charlotte Turton led the group dance and helped to lead the individual routines.
TOOT HILL SCHOOL dance teacher Miss Sarah Allcock.
Katie, 14, said: “I want to go to a performing arts school and I am more experienced now thanks to leading these sessions.
“It went well — the children seemed to enjoy it.”
Miss Melanie Brownley, a trainee teacher at St Peter’s Primary School, said children from her school had enjoyed the session.
“The girls from Year Nine have been fabulous, to say how young they are,” she said.
Toot Hill dance student Kate Smith, 14, teaches some moves.
“My pupils did brilliantly. It is nice to come and do something different.”