Students and staff from Norden High School showed off their Bollywood dancing skills at a world culture event.
The Rishton pupils represented India at the ‘different flavours of the world’ evening and treated guests to a vegetable curry followed by a Bollywood dance.
Visitors to Trinity Church in Great Harwood were given the chance to sample different cuisines and cultures from around the world.
Youngsters from Norden have also taken part in an annual public speaking competition.
The Rishton Youth Speaks district finals event involved students choosing a topic to prepare and present to a large audience.
Youngsters Adam North, Christopher Kavanagh and Liam Henry chose the law on loss of control as their topic and how it has changed for the better.
As part of their argument they discussed how the old law of provocation was more of a male defence leaving female victims of domestic violence unable to claim.
Miss Asia Malik, of Norden High School, praised the pupils for their professionalism and conduct. She said: “The competition was fierce on the day but the students did fantastically well given that it was their first attempt at the competition.”
The competition was held at Dallam School in Cumbria and organised by Rotary International.