HYNDBURN and Ribble Valley School Sports Partnership hosted a Talent Academy during May half-term.
More than 1,600 Year Six pupils from across Hyndburn and Ribble Valley schools competed in March at Hyndburn Sports Centre for a place in the Talent Academy.
All pupils took part in four tests which were agility, balance, co-ordination and cognition and just 30 were picked for Talent Week.
The aim of the week was to get all the highest scoring Year Six pupils in one venue, for a week of new sports such as trampolining, learning basketball skills along with visiting Hyndburn Athletics Club to have a go on the athletics track.
Year Six Talent Officer Roger Haythornthwaite was delighted that so many of the selected young people attended Norden High School and Sports College for the week.
And he hopes to keep track on the young superstars as they will soon be going to high schools across the partnership.
"The Talent week is a great way of reward and recognition for the pupils who scored so highly during the multi skills week earlier this year and they had a great deal of fun, exploring new skills and making friends," he said.
"During the week the young people got the opportunity to try new games run by highly qualified coaches and got information on local clubs."