A trio of young music stars have hit the right notes after reaching the final in a prestigious national music competition.
The three students at Kings Priory School in Tynemouth secured their places after being selected through a highly competitive process.
Amy Robson, 19, and 12-year-olds Vjollca Dobson and Isabella Thorneycroft will now travel to London to take part in the grand final of the Woodard Young Musician of the Year competition in May.
The competition is organised by the Woodard Corporation and is open to all pupils from Woodard Schools and Academies across the country.
King Priory School’s director of music, Philip Sanderson, said: “We are thrilled that the musical ability and potential of these three students has been recognised in this way and wish them all the very best for the final performance St John’s Smith Square, London, in May.“