YOUNG musical talents of the future were paid a visit by a representative of a prestigious Scottish music school.

Departing S6 students at Clydeview Academy were visited by creative talent Marlisa Ross from the Royal Conservatoire to commend them on their volunteering efforts.

Molly Galbraith, Arianna Sinclair, Alex Jamieson, Isla McPherson and Jonathan Dobie took part in the prestigious music school's 'Musical Leaders' programme during their final year.

The young people organised a series of events, including a special Disney event which was enjoyed by all.

They also used their musical skills to teach new primary seven pupils the school song.

Business development manager Marlisa, who commended the young people for their efforts, told the Tele: "The musical leaders programme is a way for young people to develop their leadership skills in creative ways.

"I've been really impressed in the ways in which the Clydeview pupils have completed their qualification, they've shown real resilience and determination."

Jonathan, 18, who is starting at Glasgow Clyde College, said: "We learned so much and were able to work together as a group - it was also a great way to meet new friends."