Burnley players got schoolchildren active as part of the Super Movers programme, created by the Premier League and BBC.
Super Movers is inspiring the nation's schoolchildren to become more active while they learn, with Burnley manager Sean Dyche and some fellow Turf Moor stars showing their support for the initiative.
The Premier League and BBC combined to create Super Movers, which includes free online resources that teachers, club community coaches and parents can use to encourage primary school-aged children to give their minds and bodies a boost while in class.
Clarets players James Tarkowski, Matt Lowton, Leah Embley and Lauren Bracewell surprised children at Castercliff Primary Academy in Nelson as they launched a new matchday warm-up video.
The 200 pupils joined in the set of exercises, which can be viewed on the BBC website, with all the moves designed to encourage pupils' concentration, motivation and enjoyment of learning.
"Super Movers aims to get kids active and give them some ideas for exercises and moves," said Lowton. "We came today and surprised the kids - it was nice to see the smiles on their faces and help them out!"