TALENTED youngsters hit a high note when they won a prestigious singing competition.
The children from Wallace Primary in Elderslie took part in the Paisley Festival Singing Competition in a bid to show they have what it takes when it comes to making music.
They were up against youngsters from a number of other primary schools across the area and excelled in a range of musical styles. Almost 40 pupils are members of the Wallace Primary choir, which has been going for a number of years.
Wallace Primary teacher Ann Haldane, who is choirmistress, said: “There has always been a choir at Wallace Primary and I have a lots of boys involved in the group this year, which is just great.
“I think it must have something to do with The X Factor.”
The Paisley Festival Singing Competition was staged at the town’s Sherwood Greenlaw Church.
It was part of the celebrations to mark the Paisley Festival, which featured performances by a number of top professional acts.