Talented students from Hillingdon Manor School will be performing a flashmob dance outside the Pavillions in Uxbridge this Friday (April 29).
The 17 pupils will be performing with their street dance teacher Jonathon Baron, in order to promote Autism Dance Day. The day aims to raise money and awareness for autism spectrum disorder through dance.
The flashmob event - which is free to watch - will begin at midday, and will involve the Mayor of Hillingdon attending to learn a few moves.
Anna Kennedy OBE, founder of autism charity Anna Kennedy Online , said: "Dance is a fantastic tool for children affected by autism; it teaches them so many different skills and improves their self confidence, listening skills and interaction skills.
Also taking place on Autism Dance Day - held annually on the last Friday of April - Anna Kennedy Online is launching a Step in the Right Direction Dance Day video on its YouTube channel, where families can join in and learn street dance and zumba.
Kennedy said: "Strike a pose, whether it be in your office, warehouse, school, college, lounge, at home, wherever the mood takes you and post your photos on Facebook, tag me on Twitter @Annakennedy1 #autismdanceday.
"The last few years have been soooo much fun, raising awareness across the UK and overseas. Come on everyone, join in!"
To donate to Anna Kennedy Online, simply text "Giving AKOL01" followed by £2, £5, or £10, to 70070.