Pupils were transported to Africa for a morning as part of Black History Month.
Students at Weald Middle School, in Robin Hood Drive,took part in dance workshops before performing in front of fellow students on Monday.
Head teacher Michael Curtin said: "We do something every year for Black History Month and we focus on black history in the curriculum.
"We had African dance workshops this year and the feedback from the children has been great, they were full of energy and everybody enjoyed it.
"There were a lot of parents here who were pleased."
The dancers, aged eight to 13, spent the morning learning the movements, before joining a dance teacher from Trap Media to perform in front of the school as part of an assembly about black history.The event involved presentations about African culture and the continent through the ages.