02:03AM, Wednesday 29 February 2012
Outstanding dance moves to African music were displayed at a sponsored street dance-a-thon at St Piran's School in Maidenhead on Friday.
Pupils, teachers and parents were all invited to join in the fun at the Gringer Hill site to raise money to support African education charity the Kazi Mingi Foundation.
The Urban Dance Company helped to teach the children street, hip-hop and break dancing as well as running warm up and cool down sessions and a freestyle circle.
Youngsters were then given the chance to showcase their new moves in a performance during the afternoon.
Urban Dance Company runs classes from the Magnet Leisure Centre, as well as providing theatre shows, workshops and birthday parties.
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