Kids from Woodmill and St Columba's RC High proved they had the right steps at the Active School's 7th annual dance event 'Fife, 6, 7, 8'.

The event is an opportunity for local primary and secondary pupils to showcase the dance skills they have developed through their extra-curricular clubs held within their school.

Students boogied the night away at Lochgelly Centre on Friday, March 29 to a sell-out audience with over 400 tickets sold.

In total there were 20 Schools across Fife who performed.

One teacher said: "Loved the atmosphere and the opportunity Fife, 6, 7, 8 dance festival gives the children to develop their dance and performance skills over time a period of time.

"My pupils had a fantastic time sharing and doing their dance both backstage to other young people and on stage to parents and family members.

"Such a magical night and an amazing journey for all over the past term."

The aim of Active Schools is to provide more and higher quality opportunities to take part in sport and physical activity before school, during lunchtime and after school, and to develop effective pathways between schools and sports clubs in the local community.

Active Schools has supported local schools with the development of extra-curricular dance clubs, provided training opportunities for staff and senior pupils in a variety of dance styles as well as supported local dance schools and their instructors to link school and community provision.

A pupil said: "Dance is a great way to express my emotion. Dance makes me feel happy and proud and gives me the freedom for something I’m good at.

"It makes me feel like a different person."