TALENTED youngsters demonstrated their skills at an end-of-year show in Southwick.
The Eastbrook Variety Show saw pupils from years three to six perform to the rest of the school at Eastbrook Primary Academy, in Manor Hall Road.
Year-three teacher Nick Owen organised the show, which saw the return of an old school tradition.
Val Blackner, from the school, explained: “We have done them in the past, when the school was Manor Hall, but we have not had one for a long time.
“Pupils in years three to six were invited to audition and various acts were chosen. They performed to the rest of the school.”
There was a variety of entertainment, including a unicycle, juggling with diabolos, music and dancing.
Mrs Blackner added: “It was very popular and a fun afternoon. Hopefully, we will do it again next year.”
Pupils also had a non-uniform day last Monday, to raise money for Shoreham RNLI.
The school wanted to support the lifeboat charity because one of the teachers is a member. Roland Farrar is on the Brighton RNLI lifeboat crew, based at Brighton Marina.
Mrs Blackner said: “It is a local cause and a good local charity.”
Together with a cake sale, the day raised just over £563 was raised.